Archive for November, 2020

By l33tdawg Growl, once a staple of the Mac desktop experience, has been retired
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By l33tdawg Apple’s M1 MacBook Air has that Apple Silicon magic
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By Ionut Arghire

A threat group tracked as Stantinko was observed using a new version of a Linux proxy Trojan that poses as Apache servers to remain undetected.

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Source:: securityweek

By Ionut Arghire

Cybercriminals were able to change the DNS settings of some cryptocurrency websites after tricking GoDaddy employees into providing them with access to customer accounts.

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Source:: securityweek

By Lindsey O’Donnell

Matt Lewis, with NCC Group, talks to Threatpost about a slew of security and privacy issues found in smart doorbells that are being sold on Amazon and eBay. …read more

Source:: Threat Post

By Tara Seals

Cyberattackers could use the information to track users across devices, disable phone service, or intercept messages and phone calls. …read more

Source:: Threat Post

According to the Information Security Forum (ISF), with growing recognition that security awareness in isolation rarely leads to sustained behavior change, organizations need to proactively develop a robust human-centered security program to reduce the number of security incidents associated with poor security behavior. …read more

Source:: Security magazin

By Ionut Arghire

A Chinese threat actor tracked as Mustang Panda was observed using an updated arsenal of tools in recent attacks, Proofpoint’s security researchers revealed on Monday.

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Source:: securityweek

By Lindsey O’Donnell

Blackrota is targeting a security bug in Docker, but is nearly impossible to reverse-analyze. …read more

Source:: Threat Post

By Eduard Kovacs

Canonical, the publisher of the Ubuntu Linux distribution, announced on Tuesday that it has made available long-term support (LTS) container images on Docker Hub, promising up to 10 years of security maintenance.

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Source:: securityweek