Microsoft open-sources tool that enables continuous developer-driven fuzzing

Microsoft has open-sourced OneFuzz, its internal continuous developer-driven fuzzing platform, allowing developers around the world to receive fuzz testing results directly from their build system.

Researchers develop secure multi-user quantum communication network

The invention, led by the University of Bristol, is understood to be the largest-ever quantum network of its kind and could be used to secure people’s online communication.

Adobe Open Sources Tool for Sanitizing Logs, Detecting Exposed Credentials

Dubbed Stringlifier, the tool was written in Python and leverages machine learning to differentiate random character sequences from normal text sequences.

Facebook’s new open-source Pysa security tool detects hackable code

Facebook Inc. today open-sourced Pysa, an internal tool that automatically catches vulnerable code snippets written by engineers before they make it into the social network’s systems.

Open source tool Infection Monkey allows security pros to test their network like never before

Infection Monkey is a free, open-source breach and attack simulation (BAS) tool that maps to the MITRE ATT&CK knowledge base and tests network adherence to the Forrester Zero Trust framework.

BlackBerry releases new security tool for reverse-engineering PE files

Named PE Tree, it's a new Python-based app for Linux, Mac, and Windows to reverse-engineer and analyze the structure of Portable Executable (PE) files -- a common file used to hide malicious payloads.

NIST selects algorithms to form a post-quantum cryptography standard

NIST has begun the third round of public review that will help the agency decide on a small subset of algorithms that will form the core of the first post-quantum cryptography standard.

Introducing the PhishingKitTracker

Experts that want to study phishing attack schema and kit-composition can use the recently launched PhishingKitTracker, which is updated automatically.

New Browser Tool Helps Detect Local Port Scanning by Websites

New Browser Tool Helps Detect Local Port Scanning by Websites - Cybersecurity news - New Cyber Technologies
Behave! - a new browser extension - warns you against websites using scripts to conduct scans or attacks on private and local IP addresses on your network.

Microsoft's new KDP tech blocks malware by making parts of the Windows kernel read-only

Named Kernel Data Protection (KDP), Microsoft says this feature will block malware or malicious threat actors from modifying (corrupting) the operating system's memory.

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