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How hackers could spy on satellite internet traffic with just $300 of home TV equipment

A researcher at Oxford University has demonstrated how he could gain access to sensitive information on corporate networks by targeting traffic being transmitted by satellites.

How hackers gain root access to SAP enterprise servers through SolMan

An estimated 87% of the Global 2000 uses SAP in some way, and so vulnerabilities left unpatched could have severe consequences.

Smart locks can be opened with nothing more than a MAC address

Tripwire researchers disclosed a misconfiguration error and other security issues that leaked data and allowed attackers to steal unlock tokens for U-Tec UltraLoq with nothing more than a MAC address.

New EtherOops attack takes advantage of faulty Ethernet cables

The technique, named EtherOops, works only if the targeted network contains faulty Ethernet (networking) cables on the attacker's path to their victim.

US offers $10 million reward for hackers meddling in US elections

This includes attacks against US election officials, US election infrastructure, voting machines, but also candidates and their staff.

FBI issues warning over Windows 7 end-of-life

The FBI says companies running Windows 7 systems are now in greater risk of getting hacked due to a lack of security updates.

Hacker leaks passwords for 900+ enterprise VPN servers

A hacker has published today a list of plaintext usernames and passwords, along with IP addresses for more than 900 Pulse Secure VPN enterprise servers.

Cluster of 295 Chrome extensions caught hijacking Google and Bing search results

More than 80 million Chrome users have installed one of 295 Chrome extensions that hijack and insert ads inside Google and Bing search results.
August 5, 2020

Iranian hacker group becomes first known APT to weaponize DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH)

Oilrig is most likely using DoH as an exfiltration channel to avoid having its activities detected or monitored while moving stolen data.

Microsoft security bug bounty payouts rise to $13.7 million in 2019

Microsoft's total annual bug-bounty payouts are now much larger than Google's awards for security flaws in its software, which totaled $6.5 million in the calendar year 2019.

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