A new botnet targets weak SSH server credentials, but its limited DDoS capabilities and "curious changes" leave researchers questioning its motivations.
Slack has automatically reset the passwords of a small number of users after discovering a bug in invitation links that sent hashed passwords to other users.
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Meta said it took down the accounts linked to the APT attacks, blocked their domain infrastructure from being shared on its services and notified victims.
F5 has patched more than 20 vulnerabilities in BIG-IP, including one that an attacker could use to take complete control of a target appliance.
The flaws could lead to denial-of-service attacks, information disclosure, privilege escalation, and in some cases, code execution.
VMware said it has not observed exploitation of the vulnerability in the wild.
Firefox 103 fixes a number of security vulnerabilities, including several memory safety flaws.
The attack framework's C2 is freely available and its implants contain various credential theft capabilities.
The Qakbot emails show the long tail of exploitation efforts against the Microsoft ProxyLogon flaw.
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Samba has fixed several bugs, including two serious password-reset flaws, one of which could allow a user to take complete control of the domain.
Researchers urged impacted organizations to “take steps immediately to mitigate the vulnerability" in Atlassian's Confluence Server and Data Center.
Sean Zadig, CISO of Yahoo and head of the Paranoids, talks with Dennis Fisher about his start in the security field, protecting a massive user base, and thinking about security critically.
The Kimsuky threat group based in North Korea is using a malicious browser extension to steal email from active user sessions in Chrome and Edge.