PoC Exploit Targeting Apache Struts Surfaces on GitHub

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Research Casts Doubt on Value of Threat Intel Feeds

Source: Dark Reading
Research Casts Doubt on Value of Threat Intel Feeds
Two commercial threat intelligence services and four open source feeds rarely provide the same information, raising questions about how security teams should gauge their utility.

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IcedID Shows Obfuscation Sophistication in New Campaign

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Mac Users Targeted by Spyware Spreading via Xcode Projects

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Critical Flaws in WordPress Quiz Plugin Allow Site Takeover

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7 Ways to Keep Your Remote Workforce Safe

Source: Dark Reading
7 Ways to Keep Your Remote Workforce Safe
These tips will help you chart a course for a security strategy that just may become part of the normal way organizations will function over the next several years.

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WFH Summer 2020 Caption Contest Winners

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Instagram Retained Deleted User Data Despite GDPR Rules

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The future of hacking: COVID-19 shifting the way hackers work and who they target

Source: Security Magazine
The future of hacking: COVID-19 shifting the way hackers work and who they target
Over the past few months, millions of workers have turned their homes into their new, remote office, including state government employees, which brought a host of risks through use of unsecured Wi-Fi and poor access controls. This shift toward home as well as the underlying panic brought on by COVID-19 altered hackers’ focus and targets aimed at the remote worker. Chief Information Security Officers (CISO) preparing their companies for this change require time, training for employees and the right technology, as well as increased cooperation between the security teams and IT/network operations groups.

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Mekotio banking trojan fakes security update, steals bitcoins, exfiltrates Google credentials

Source: Security Magazine
Mekotio banking trojan fakes security update, steals bitcoins, exfiltrates Google credentials

ESET researchers explored Mekotio, a banking trojan targeting Spanish- and Portuguese-speaking countries: mainly Brazil, Chile, Mexico, Spain, Peru and Portugal. Mekotio boasts several typical backdoor activities, including taking screenshots, restarting affected machines, restricting access to legitimate banking websites, and, in some variants, even stealing bitcoins and exfiltrating credentials stored by the Google Chrome browser.

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