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CrowdSec, An Open-Source, Modernized & Collaborative Intrusion Prevention System (fail2ban)

CrowdSec is a security automation engine designed to protect servers, services, containers, or virtual machines exposed on the internet with a server-side agent. It was inspired by Fail2Ban and aims to be a modernized, collaborative version of that intrusion-prevention tool.  CrowdSec is using a behavior analysis system to qualify whether someone is trying to hack you, […]

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Facebook Messenger Bug

Tamagotchi hacker, Natalie Silvanovich, who works as a Security Engineer on Prjoect Zero at Google recently received a bounty of $60,000 for identifying a bug in Facebook Messenger which allows a call to connected much before the callee has answered the call. The bug seems to exist on the Android Facebook messenger app only. Facebook […]

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Kali Linux 2020.4

Offensive Security released Kali Linux 2020.4 with ZSH shell as default, updated tools icons, new tools, and more. This new release has several notable updates, all of which are available for fast download or updating. This distribution can be installed on multiple devices that include smartphones and Raspberry PI. ZSH Shell By Default and Other […]

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Cyber Security Jobs Demand

Recently, there is a high demand for cybersecurity jobs in India and other parts of the world. We all know that our global economy has commenced to more internet-based computing and connectivity services.  But, due to this situation, organizations are becoming more vulnerable to hacking and cyber-attacks.  That’s why nowadays the cybersecurity experts are being […]

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Automated Web Application Security

It is a popular belief that automated web application security scanners are not good enough. We even find some IT security professionals saying that they are not a crucial role in strengthening the overall security posture. True! Automated web application security scanners are not equipped to find all kinds of web vulnerabilities, especially logical ones. […]

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Chrome 87 Released with Improved Performance and Security Updates

Google has released Chrome 87 on November 17th, 2020, to the Stable desktop channel, and it includes numerous performance improvements, security fixes, and new features. With Chrome 87, 33 bug that affected previous version of the Chrome. Users are recommended to update with the latest stable version. With Chrome 87 now promoted to the Stable channel, Chrome […]

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Passwarden – The Easy and Secure Way to Store Your Passwords

While all aspects of our lives, from grocery shopping to working to socializing, continue to move online, we need to remember an increasingly large number of passwords. It’s becoming an issue for many people—and there are different approaches to tackling it. Some of us use different passwords for all their accounts, which makes it difficult […]

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Trula Hacker Group Uses Custom Malware & Legacy Tools to Attack Government Organizations

Trula, a sophisticated hacking group also known as Krypton, VenomousBear, Waterbug, Uroburos, or Snakegroup targets government entities, military, energy, and nuclear research organizations. The group knows for conducting various spear-phishing techniques and watering-hole attacks to infect targeted victims. The group knows to be active since at least 2014. Accenture threat researchers identified the group typical […]

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21 Malicious Apps

Researchers found 21 malicious adware apps on Google play that disguised as gaming apps. These apps have adware hidden by design and have anti-uninstall and evasion functions. The 21 gaming apps in question were found to be downloaded more than eight million. These apps come packed with adware which is a part of the HiddenAds […]

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Microsoft October 2020 Patch Tuesday Fixes 87 Security Bugs Including 21 RCE

Microsoft has released an emergency security updates for critical vulnerabilities that allow attackers to execute arbitrary code on the vulnerable machine. The updates patched 87 vulnerabilities that include 12 are classified as Critical, and 74 are classified as Important, and one as moderate. The October security release includes security updates for the following software: Microsoft […]

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