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Government-backed threat actors are using zero-day exploits to infect security researchers and exfiltrate critical vulnerability information.
A detection engine aims to stop malicious QR code email quishing campaigns at their source, preventing them from reaching the user’s inbox.
In cybersecurity’s never-ending cat-and-mouse game with hackers and grifters, the threats are always evolving. Here are some of the main attacks experts see as the biggest and baddest on the horizon.
The solutions target the most critical stages of a cyberattack to tackle business email compromise, ransomware, and data exfiltration.
Report claims the LockBit ransomware group has published vast amounts of stolen information on the dark web.
Threads is already a target for fraud and abuse, with several potential security and compliance risks associated with its use for organizations.
The DB#JAMMER group also deploys a Cobalt Strike command-and-control agent.
The fast response to mitigation attempts shows a high level of sophistication to extend what is likely a cyberespionage campaign.
More than $8.6 million in cryptocurrency seized from the Qakbot cybercriminal organization and will aid victims.
Unauthorised access at a supplier might have compromised names, ranks, photos, vetting levels, and pay numbers for officers and staff.