Vulnerabilities (159)

'Trojan Source' Bug Exposes Computer Code: Researchers  

Essentially all computer code is susceptible to a potentially devastating bug being called the “Trojan Source” vulnerability, according to researchers. So reports Gizmodo.


Massive 'Pandora Papers' Leak Exposes Data of World Leaders

In what is being called the largest-ever leak of offshore data, a trove dubbed the Pandora papers has revealed the financial secrets of the rich and powerful. So reports The Guardian.


What Cybersecurity Experts Are Saying About the Facebook Outage  

A global outage of Facebook and the apps owned by the social media giant—including Instagram, Messenger, and WhatsApp—has prompted reminders from cybersecurity experts about how delicate the Internet’s plumbing is, with some speculating that hackers played a role.


How Election Reviews Threaten Voter Data Security  

Republican-led reviews of the 2020 election results have led security experts to warn of risks to voter data and related infrastructure, according to multiple recent reports.


Pressures on Cybersecurity Pros Aren’t Easing, Surveys Suggest  

Recently reissued results from a spate of surveys indicate that the challenges for cybersecurity professionals remain intense.


What to Know About the Kaseya Ransomware Attack  

Another massive ransomware attack hit organizations worldwide ahead of the July 4 holiday weekend, prompting cybersecurity experts and government officials to increase the urgency of their warnings.


What to Know About Russia’s Alleged Phishing Attack on USAID  

Alarm bells have been ringing again in cybersecurity circles, amid reports that the Russian hacking group suspected of orchestrating the massive Solarwinds data breach seems to have launched another supply chain hack.


Russia’s Security Strategy Prioritizes Cybersecurity  

An updated version of Russian’s national security strategy stresses information security as a top priority compared with the previous document published in December 2015, a top Kremlin official has said. So reports the Associated Press.


U.S. Soldiers Compromise Nuclear Security with Flashcard Apps  

U.S. soldiers' use of flashcard learning apps to help memorize security procedures has accidentally exposed sensitive information about the U.S. nuclear arsenal in Europe, a researcher at investigation site Bellingcat has found. So reports Wired.


JBS Meat Plants Resume Production After Cyberattack

The biggest meat packer globally, Brazil’s JBS SA, has been recovering from a crippling cyberattack. So reports Reuters.


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