Category: Recent

Microsoft Adds DNS-Over-HTTPS Support for Windows 10 Insiders

Microsoft is letting Windows Insiders test-drive DNS-over-HTTPS protocol in a pre-release build of Windows 10.

Healthcare Giant Magellan Struck with Ransomware, Data Breach

Logins, personal information and tax info were all exfiltrated ahead of the ransomware attack, thanks to a phishing email.

Microsoft Addresses 111 Bugs for May Patch Tuesday

Important-rated EoP flaws make up the bulk of the CVEs; SharePoint continues its critical run with four worrying bugs.

WordPress Page Builder Plugin Bugs Threaten 1 Million Sites with Full Takeover

Severe CSRF to XSS bugs open the door to code execution and complete website compromise.

Unpatched Bugs in Oracle iPlanet Open Door to Info-Disclosure, Injection

CVE-2020-9315 and CVE-2020-9314 in iPlanet version 7 will not receive patches.

Sphinx Malware Returns to Riddle U.S. Targets

The banking trojan has upgraded and is seeing a resurgence on the back of coronavirus stimulus payment themes.

Hackers Breach 3.5 Million MobiFriends Dating App Credentials

The emails, hashed passwords and usernames of 3.5 million users of the dating app MobiFriends were put up for sale

Report: Microsoft’s GitHub Account Gets Hacked

The Shiny Hunters hacking group said it stole 500 GB of data from the tech giant’s repositories on the developer

Blue Mockingbird Monero-Mining Campaign Exploits Web Apps

The cybercriminals are using a deserialization vulnerability, CVE-2019-18935, to achieve remote code execution before moving laterally through the enterprise.

Hackers Dumpster Dive for Taxpayer Data in COVID-19 Relief Money Scams

Threat actors are buying and selling taxpayer data on hacker forums as well as using phishing and other campaigns to