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Intel Cascade Lake CPUs hit by new Zombieload v2 attack

Intel Cascade Lake CPUs hit by new Zombieload v2 attack

Once again, the security of Intel hardware was questioned after another serious security vulnerability was found which is known as Zombieload. Zombieload v2 Attack: The vulnerability, known as ZombieLoad 2, or TSX Asynchronous Abort, targets the...
PureLocker Ransomware is Attacking Business Servers

PureLocker Ransomware is Attacking Business Servers

The PureLocker ransomware is being reportedly being used for targeted attacks against Business servers. PureLocker Ransomware Attacking Servers! In research by cybersecurity researchers at Intezer and IBM X-Force, who called it PureLocker because it is written...
North Korean Hackers Used A Basic Hacking Trick To Hack ISRO's Server

North Korean Hackers Used A Basic Hacking Trick To Hack ISRO’s Server

Yesterday, we share a piece of detailed information about the hacks conducted on ISRO space station. A group of Korean hackers, Lazarus, hacked into the systems of Indian Space Station using a malware known...
North Korean Hackers Targeted ISRO During Mission Chandrayaan 2

North Korean Hackers Targeted ISRO During Mission Chandrayaan 2

According to the reports coming from various sources, it has been revealed that ISRO's famous mission Chandrayaan 2 (Mission Moon) was targeted by the North Korean hackers. The reports also suggest that the hacks...
Google Forms ‘App Defense Alliance’ to Curb Malicious Android Apps

Google Forms ‘App Defense Alliance’ to Curb Malicious Android Apps

Google has formed an 'App Defense Alliance" to curb the presence of malicious applications present in Android's Google PlayStore. App Defense Alliance by Google   Google has put together several prominent cybersecurity companies under an allied organisation...
Up to 100 Developers Have Improper Access to User Data Says Facebook

Up to 100 Developers Have Improper Access to User Data, Says Facebook

According to a recent reveal by the social media giant, Facebook this Tuesday, up to 100 software developers had access to Facebook's user data which includes the user's name and profile picture. Facebook Data Breach...
Spanish IT firm Networks Shut down due to Result of Ransomware

Spanish IT firm Networks Shut down due to Result of Ransomware

Two Major Spanish IT Firm Networks Shut down as a result of Ransomware infecting their network. Ransomware Strikes Again! The major Spanish companies which are including radio company Sociedad Española de Radiodifusión and NTT-owned IT services...
Bluekeep Attacks Install Cryptocurrency Miners!

Windows Bluekeep Attacks Install Cryptocurrency Miners

Back in May this year, Windows had acknowledged the presence of the Bluekeep Bug, Now Attackers are using Bluekeep to install Cryptocurrency Miners. Bluekeep Attacks Install Cryptocurrency Miners! The renewed Bluekeep attacks were spotted by a...
Update Google Chrome Browser To Safeguard Your PC From Zero-day Exploits

Update Google Chrome Browser To Safeguard Your PC From Zero-day Exploits

Recently Google rolled out chrome update which had major changes but unfortunately, a few bugs lead Chrome Browser to zero-day vulnerabilities on Windows, Mac, and Linux. Hence, Google has rolled out a fix(build 78.0.3904.87)...
1.3 million Indian payment cards put up for sale on the Darkweb

1.3 million Indian payment cards put up for sale on the Darkweb

As security researchers have dubbed it as one of the most prominent cards dumps in history, 1.3 million Indian Payment cards are put up for sale on the Dark Web. 1.3 million Indian Payment cards...

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