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Researchers are warning users about a wave of recent attacks targeting U.S. financial institutions that leverage a new banking Trojan dubbed IcedID. The IcedID Trojan was spotted in September by researchers at IBM’s X-Force Research team. They said the Trojan has several standout techniques and procedures, such as the ability to spread over a network […]

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A series of ransomware attacks against small-to-medium companies are leveraging Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) access to infect systems, Sophos reports. As part of these attacks, the malicious actors abuse a commonly found issue in many business networks: weak passwords. After managing to crack and RDP password, attackers can easily install their malware onto the company’s […]

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The festive holiday shopping season, which covers Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday in late November as well as Christmas in December, now accounts for a significant share of annual sales for retailers, particularly in the U.S., Europe and APAC. Those selling clothing, jewellery, consumer electronics, sports, hobbies and books can make around a quarter […]

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Researchers at Rhino Security Labs identified a flaw in Amazon’s Key delivery service and Cloud Cam security camera that allows a rogue carrier to tamper with the camera and knock it offline, making it appear no one is entering the home when that’s not the case. Read More

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Researchers have identified seven vulnerabilities in the LibXL C library, used to read Excel files. Each of the vulnerabilities are rated 8.8 in severity on the Common Vulnerability Scoring System scale. Read More

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