Domain Registrars Take Action Against Fraudulent COVID-19 Websites

Online scams proliferating from the coronavirus outbreak have included fraudulent charity websites, sites selling fake vaccines and cures, and infection-tracking sites that deliver malware.

COVID-19: CERT-In says spurt in cyberattacks on personal comps since 'work from home' protocol began

There has been an increase in the number of cyberattacks on personal computer networks and routers since professionals were asked to work from home in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak.

All 4G Networks Susceptible to DoS Attacks

A study of the security of diameter networks completed by Positive Technologies found that weaknesses in the diameter-signaling protocol meant that 100% of 4G networks are susceptible to DoS attacks.

Google says no APP users have been phished to date

Google touted today the impressive features of its Advanced Protection Program (APP), revealing that no user who signed up for the program has been phished to date, even if repeatedly targeted.

Your Social Security Number Costs $4 On The Dark Web, New Report Finds

Social Security Numbers, despite being widely regarded as outdated and insecure, particularly in the wake of the 2018 Equifax hack, are still used as the primary means of identity verification.

ISA Provides Guidance to Newsweek Vantage Report on Cyber Risks to Critical Infrastructure

Nearly every executive surveyed said their organization had experienced a security breach within the last year.

Three-Quarters of Large Firms Suffered Security Breach Last Year

Cybersecurity is also becoming more of a board-level issue: 80% of respondents said it’s a high priority for their senior management and 37% said they have board members with a security brief.

Beware: COVID-19 Cybersecurity Scams Are on the Rise

According to reports, hackers have impersonated the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, NATO, and even UNICEF and other charitable organizations.

Evasive malware increasing, evading signature-based antivirus solutions

Evasive malware has grown to record high levels, with over two-thirds of malware detected by WatchGuard in Q4 2019 evading signature-based antivirus solutions.

Apple Update Fixes WebKit Flaws in iOS, Safari

Apple’s security update included a slew of vulnerabilities in various components of iOS, macOS and Safari – the most severe of which could enable remote code execution.
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