Vulnerabilities (123)

Microsoft Touts Cybersecurity Tools for Other Companies' Clouds  

Microsoft’s new security chief, Charlie Bell, has touted as crucial the company’s effort to bring its cybersecurity services to the clouds of other companies. So reports The Wall Street Journal.


Cisco Patches Email Security App After Malware Vulnerability  

Cisco has issued a patch for a flaw that could permit hackers to freeze its Cisco Email Security Appliance with only one malicious email. So reports IT Pro.


How Scammers Might Shift Their Cyber-attack Strategies in 2022

With data breaches at an all-time high, some recent reports detail how the nature of the threat could evolve in the rest of the year ahead.


Log4j Flaw Threatens Entire Internet, Researchers Warn  

A vulnerability in the Java-based software known as Log4j could put essentially the whole internet at risk, according to security researchers. So reports CNN.


What Cybersecurity Pros Are Saying About GoDaddy’s Data Breach  

Cybersecurity experts have been voicing their concerns about a recently uncovered data breach at GoDaddy, which potentially affected 1.2 million of the Web hosting giant’s customers.


What to Know About Global Hack on Defense and Other Sectors  

Hackers with potential links to China have compromised at least nine global organizations, including the U.S. Department of Defense, according to findings by cybersecurity firm Palo Alto Networks.


'Trojan Source' Bug Exposes Computer Code: Researchers  

Essentially all computer code is susceptible to a potentially devastating bug being called the “Trojan Source” vulnerability, according to researchers. So reports Gizmodo.


Massive 'Pandora Papers' Leak Exposes Data of World Leaders

In what is being called the largest-ever leak of offshore data, a trove dubbed the Pandora papers has revealed the financial secrets of the rich and powerful. So reports The Guardian.


What Cybersecurity Experts Are Saying About the Facebook Outage  

A global outage of Facebook and the apps owned by the social media giant—including Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp—has prompted reminders from cybersecurity experts about how delicate the Internet’s plumbing is, with some speculating that hackers played a role.


How Election Reviews Threaten Voter Data Security  

Republican-led reviews of the 2020 election results have led security experts to warn of risks to voter data and related infrastructure, according to multiple recent reports.


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