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        The flaws are disclosed as Oracle reportedly partners with TikTok as concerns in the U.S. over spying continue.

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        Close to 2,000 e-commerce sites were infected over the weekend with a payment-card skimmer, maybe the result of a zero-day exploit.

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        Attackers check the victims’ Office 365 credentials in real time as they are typed into the phishing landing page, by using authentication APIs.

        giggle vulnerability disclosure vdp

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        Vulnerability-disclosure policies (VDPs), if done right, can help provide clarity and clear guidelines to both bug-hunters and vendors when it comes to going public with security flaws.

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        Monday’s CISA advisory is a staunch reminder for federal government and private sector entities to apply patches for flaws in F5 BIG-IP devices, Citrix VPNs, Pulse Secure VPNs and Microsoft Exchange servers.

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        A misconfigured, Mailfire-owned Elasticsearch server impacted 70 dating and e-commerce sites, exposing PII and details such as romantic preferences.

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        The Russia-linked threat group is harvesting credentials for Microsoft’s cloud offering, and targeting mainly election-related organizations.

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        Just months before the U.S. presidential election, hackers from Russia, China and Iran are ramping up phishing and malware attacks against campaign staffers.

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        • razer gaming data leak

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        • COVID contact tracing apps

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        • Google Android security patches

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        • Emotet trojan

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        • mobile spyware

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        • ponemon vulnerability survey

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        • ddos attacks second quarter 2020

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        Cybersecurity researchers Brian Gorenc and Dustin Childs talk about the biggest vulnerability disclosure challenges in IoT and the industrial vertical.

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        Threat actors are becoming increasingly sophisticated in launching disinformation campaigns – and staying under the radar to avoid detection from Facebook, Twitter and other platforms.

        AWS computing

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        Threatpost editors discuss a cryptomining malware targeting AWS systems, a recent development in a lawsuit against the IBM-owned Weather Channel app, and more.

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        A recently uncovered, active campaign called “Duri” makes use of HTML smuggling to deliver malware.

        web based security

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        Fortinet’s recently released Global Threat Landscape Report shows how the perimeter is extending to the home in the first half of 2020 – and what that means for cybercrime.

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        Andrew Ginter,?VP Industrial Security?at?Waterfall Security Solutions, talks about the differing priorities between IT and OT security teams as industrial control systems become connected.

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        black hat 2020 key themes

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        Threatpost editors break down the top themes, speakers and sessions to look out for this year at Black Hat 2020 – from election security to remote work and the pandemic.

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        Derek Manky, Chief, Security Insights & Global Threat Alliances at?Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs, discusses the top threats and lessons learned from the first half of 2020.

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        Threatpost editors talk about the biggest security news stories for the week ended Jul. 24.

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        Emotet trojan

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        During Black Hat USA 2020, Threatpost talks to Sherrod DeGrippo, with Proofpoint, about Emotet’s recent return -and how a cyber vigilante is attempting to thwart the malware’s comeback.

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        With Black Hat USA 2020 kicking off this week, Erez Yalon with Checkmarx talks about newly disclosed, critical vulnerabilities in Meetup.com – and why they are the “holy grail” for attackers.

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        The U.S. government and tech companies continue to butt heads over the idea of encryption and what that means for law enforcement.

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        Chris Vickery talks about his craziest data breach discoveries and why “vishing” is the next top threat no one’s ready for.

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        Insider-threat security experts unravel the new normal during this time of remote working, and explain how to protect sensitive data from this escalating risk.

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        BEC gangs like “Exaggerated Lion” are using tricky tactics – like exploiting G Suite – to scam companies out of millions.

        surveillanceware

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        Threat groups are increasingly relying on trojanized apps pretending to be legitimate – such as Skype or Signal – but are really spreading surveillanceware.

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        Threatpost Senior Editor Tara Seals is joined by Russ Mohr, engineer and Apple evangelist at MobileIron along with Jerry Ray, COO at SecureAge, for a discussion about the now postponed Tokyo Games and its use of 5G and the myriad of security concerns Japan is preparing for.

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        Unit 42 researchers discuss public cloud misconfiguration issues that are leading to breaches of sensitive data.

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        Mobile becomes a prime phishing attack vector, hackers will increasingly employ machine learning in attacks and cloud will increasingly be seen as fertile ground for compromise.

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        Cybercrime increasingly went mobile in 2019, with everything from Apple iPhone jailbreaks and rogue Android apps to 5G and mobile-first phishing dominating the news coverage. Here are Threatpost’s Top 10 mobile security stories of 2019.

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        2019 was a tumultuous year for Facebook as it continued to grapple with privacy fallout after Cambridge Analytica, as well as dealing with a slew of security challenges.

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        2019 was another banner year for bots, trojans, RATS and ransomware. Let’s take a look back.

        IoT security disasters

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        From more widescale, powerful distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, to privacy issues in children’s connected toys, here are the top IoT disasters in 2019.

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        Here are 10 top malware trends to watch for in the New Year.

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        The top cybersecurity and privacy trends that biggest impact in 2018.

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        What are the top cyber trends to watch out for in 2019? Here’s what we’re hearing.

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        A look back at the blizzard of breaches that made up 2018.

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