Compromised Cloud Accounts Lead to Cryptomining

Compromised Cloud Accounts Lead to Cryptomining - Cybersecurity news - Emerging Threats
Google’s Threat Horizons report claims that hackers were compromising cloud accounts used for storing files and data. Hackers also leverage cloud instances to perform other malicious activities.

New ETW Attacks May Blind Security Products

New ETW Attacks May Blind Security Products - Cybersecurity news - Emerging Threats
Researchers from Binarly have disclosed two Event Tracing for Windows (ETW) bypass techniques and demonstrated their effectiveness against Windows Defender and Process Monitor.
September 17, 2021

Triple Extortion Ransomware: A New Challenge For Defenders

Ransomware has historically focused on encryption, with the exfiltration and threatened exposure of sensitive data in a “double extortion” attack one of the most popular recent additions.

Saving Private Networks from DNS Rebinding

Saving Private Networks from DNS Rebinding - Cybersecurity news - Emerging Threats
Attackers use the DNS rebinding technique to exploit private networks. It can take over victims' browsers and exposes the attack surface of internal web applications to malicious websites, which can be dangerous. Web browser vendors, web application owners, and DNS resolvers need to apply appropria ... Read More

Attacks on critical infrastructure are dangerous. Soon they could turn deadly, warn analysts

Gartner reckons that hackers will have turned computer systems into weapons to the point that they could injure or kill humans by 2025, and it will cost businesses $50 billion to remediate across IT systems, litigation, and compensation.

Privateers: A New Type of Ransomware Syndicate

Privateers: A New Type of Ransomware Syndicate - Cybersecurity news - Emerging Threats
Researchers identified a new type of cybercrime groups, dubbed privateers, that have partial support from global governments as they remain financially motivated and act upon their own agendas. Though these groups fall below those tier1 APT groups sponsored by governments, they have the potential t ... Read More

US Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell Says Cyberattacks are the Number One Threat to the Global Financial System

Cyberattacks are now the foremost risk to the global financial system, even more so than the lending and liquidity risks that led to the 2008 financial crisis, according to Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell.

TDoS: A Phenomenon in DDoS Attacks Emerges From the Shadows

TDoS: A Phenomenon in DDoS Attacks Emerges From the Shadows - Cybersecurity news - Emerging Threats
An automated TDoS attack makes use of VoIP software and Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) to make tens or hundreds of calls, simultaneously or in rapid succession to jam targeted services.

Checkout Skimmers Powered by Chip Cards — Krebs on Security

Skimming devices used to hack terminals at retail self-checkout lanes are a new breed of PIN pad overlay combined with a flexible, paper-thin device that fits inside the terminal’s chip reader slot.

RF Enables Takeover of Hostile Drones

Various kinds of drones are increasingly breaching the security lines of restricted areas, and whenever a drone crosses into an unauthorized territory, security teams must determine if it's hostile.

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