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City Pays $2K in Ransomware, Stirs ‘Never Pay’ Debate
Many municipalities hit with ransomware don't have much of a choice when it comes to paying up, experts say.
StrongPity APT Changes Tactics to Stay Stealthy
After being exposed, the APT made minor adjustments in their tactics to stay off the security radar.
ThreatList: 3 Out of 4 Employees Pose a Security Risk to Businesses
Finance-sector employees fared the worst in an awareness survey, with 85 percent showing some lack of cybersecurity and data privacy knowledge.
Adult Website Hack Exposes 1.2M ‘Wife Lover’ Fans
A 40-year-old, easily cracked encryption method was used to protect the 98MB database of user information.
Thousands of Applications Vulnerable to RCE via jQuery File Upload
The flaw has existed for eight years thanks to a security change in Apache.
The Danger and Opportunity in 5G Connectivity and IoT
The advent of 5G presents an opportunity for us to think the exploding number of IoT devices and how we securely connect to the digital world.
Obamacare Sign-Up Channel Breach Affects 75K Consumers
A hack targeted the Direct Enrollment pathway, which allows insurance agents and brokers to help consumers sign up for Affordable Care Act coverage.
Critical Bug Impacts Live555 Media Streaming Libraries
A critical streaming bug impacts Live Networks LIVE555 RTSPServer, but not the popular VLC and MPLayer client-side software.
Two Critical RCE Bugs Patched in Drupal 7 and 8
Drupal's advisory also included three patches for "moderately critical" bugs.
AWS FreeRTOS Bugs Allow Compromise of IoT Devices
The bugs let hackers crash IoT devices, leak their information, and completely take them over.
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