Security experts said they’ve discovered the first known malware strain that targets and then escapes Windows Server containers in order to infect a victim’s Kubernetes cluster infrastructure.
Live streams for radio and TV stations owned by the Cox Media Group, one of the largest media conglomerates in the US, have gone down earlier today in what multiple sources have described as a ransomware attack.
Google says it will scan the extensions users install in their Chrome browsers and warn users if they are adding an extension from a new or untrusted developer.
Exploit broker Zerodium announced plans today to pay up to $100,000 for zero-days in Pidgin, a multi-protocol instant messaging desktop client and a popular IM tool used in cybercriminal circles.
TeamTNT, a crypto-mining botnet specialized in infecting misconfigured Docker and Kubernetes platforms, has compromised more than 50,000 systems over the last three months, between March and May 2021, security firm Trend Micro said last week.
Efforts to patch a zero-day vulnerability in Accellion file-sharing servers that was actively exploited by hackers last year were hindered by a faulty emailing tool that delayed crucial customer notifications for days, allowing the attackers to wreak havoc among Accellion devices.
Denmark’s foreign secret service allowed the US National Security Agency to tap into a crucial internet and telecommunications hub in Denmark and spy on the communications of European politicians, a joint investigation by some of Europe’s biggest news agencies revealed on Sunday.
A security researcher has discovered a bug in PatchGuard––a crucial Windows security feature––that can allow threat actors to load unsigned (malicious) code into the Windows operating system kernel.