RSM US Deploys Stellar Cyber Open XDR Platform to Secure Clients

Stellar Cyber, the innovator of Open XDR, today announced that RSM US – the leading provider of professional services to the middle market – is leveraging the Stellar Cyber Open XDR platform to unify, expand and control the cybersecurity defenses across its Global MSSP Client Network. RSM US runs a global managed security operations service called RSM Defense. … Read more

Biden Crack Down Sale of Americans’ Personal Data to China & Russia

To safeguard the privacy and security of American citizens, President Joe Biden has issued an Executive Order to prevent the sale and transfer of sensitive personal data to countries deemed as threats, notably China and Russia. This decisive action represents the most significant effort by any U.S. administration to protect Americans’ data security from foreign … Read more

Kali Linux 2024.1 Released – What’s New

Kali Linux 2024.1 Released – What’s New

Kali Linux recently released version 2024.1, the first release of the year 2024, with new Micro Mirror free software CDN, a theme refresh, additional Desktop environment changes, NetHunter updates, and four new tools. Kali Linux is one of the most powerful Debian-based Linux distributions, developed and maintained by Offensive Security. This operating system is based … Read more

Chinese Mini PC Maker Acemagic Ships machines with Malware Pre-installed

Chinese Mini PC Maker Acemagic Ships machines with Malware Pre-installed

Acemagic, a Chinese manufacturer of mini PCs, has been found to ship devices laden with malware, raising significant concerns about cybersecurity and consumer safety. Further investigations revealed that other models, including the AD15 and S1, also harbored similar malicious software. You can analyze a malware file, network, module, and registry activity with the ANY.RUN malware … Read more

LOCKBIT 3.0 Ransomware – Complete Malware Analysis Report

LOCKBIT 3.0 Ransomware – Complete Malware Analysis Report

LockBit 3.0 is a sophisticated ransomware identified as a significant threat to organizations worldwide. This ransomware variant is designed to encrypt files on infected systems, rendering them inaccessible until a ransom is paid. LockBit” is a ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) group active since September 2018. LockBit has developed several variants: LockBit 1.0, LockBit 2.0, LockBit 3.0, and LockBit Green. … Read more

Millions of GitHub Repos Found Infected with Malicious Code

Millions of GitHub Repos Found Infected with Malicious Code

Security researchers have uncovered a massive campaign of repository confusion attacks on GitHub, affecting over 100,000 repositories and potentially millions more. This sophisticated cyberattack targets developers by tricking them into downloading and using malicious repositories disguised as legitimate ones.  Malicious reports are in use You can analyze a malware file, network, module, and registry activity … Read more

Lazarus Hackers Exploited Windows 0-Day to Gain Kernel read/write Access

Lazarus Hackers Exploited Windows 0-Day to Gain Kernel read/write Access

The Lazarus Group, a well-known cybercriminal organization, has recently exploited a zero-day vulnerability in Windows to gain kernel privileges, a critical level of system access. This vulnerability, identified as CVE-2024-21338, was found in the appid.Sys AppLocker driver was patched by Microsoft in their February Patch Tuesday update following a report from Avast Threat Labs. The … Read more

White House Aims to Curb Data Broker Sales to Foreign Countries

White House Aims to Curb Data Broker Sales to Foreign Countries

A new executive order issued by the Biden administration aims to stop “countries of concern” – like China, Russia, Iran, North Korea, Cuba and Venezuela – from accessing sensitive American data. Personal, financial, geolocation and biometric data is frequently accessed via breaches, but the executive order instead focuses on the collection of this type of … Read more

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CISA, FBI Warn of Continued BlackCat Ransomware Activity

CISA, FBI Warn of Continued BlackCat Ransomware Activity

It has been two months since the FBI and international law enforcement agencies disrupted some of the operations of the BlackCat ransomware group, but elements of the group have continued their intrusions and are mainly targeting health care organizations. In a new advisory on the group’s activities, the FBI, the Department of Health and Human … Read more

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Calendar Meeting Links Used to Spread Mac Malware

Calendar Meeting Links Used to Spread Mac Malware

Malicious hackers are targeting people in the cryptocurrency space in attacks that start with a link added to the target’s calendar at Calendly, a popular application for scheduling appointments and meetings. The attackers impersonate established cryptocurrency investors and ask to schedule a video conference call. But clicking the meeting link provided by the scammers prompts … Read more

Hackers Using Weaponized PDF Files To Kickstart Infection Chain

Hackers Using Weaponized PDF Files To Kickstart Infection Chain

Threat actors use weaponized PDF files for initial infection. This is because they can be embedded with malicious code, PDF readers’ vulnerabilities are exploited, and users are tricked into activating the payload. Since they are common trusted file types, PDFs have also become an effective vehicle for delivering malware that initiates the infection chain. Cybersecurity … Read more

Cato Networks Announces 59% Revenue Growth In 2023 Business Results

Cato Networks Announces 59% Revenue Growth In 2023 Business Results

Cato Networks, the leader in SASE, today announced strong 2023 business results including 59% revenue growth, the addition of more than 700 new enterprise customers, ongoing channel expansion, and continued innovation across Cato’s pioneering SASE platform. “Nine years ago, we embarked on a mission to revolutionise the cybersecurity industry. Four years later, analysts coined what … Read more

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