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Security Snacks #23 – Facebook leak & Corporate networks at risk of “Domain Time II” vulnerability

Security Snacks #23 – Facebook leak & Corporate networks at risk of “Domain Time II” vulnerability

Security Snacks

April 9, 2021

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Security Snacks #22 – Everything you need to know about the Exchange attacks frenzy, Verkada breach, F5 CVEs & Azure threats

Security Snacks

March 12, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe The security industry is buzzing about unprecedented attacks and vulnerabilities involving MS E

Security Snacks #21 – Spectre’s comeback, Exchange zero-days & Risky JSON parsing and Go packages

Security Snacks

March 5, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe This week in #SecuritySnacks: Microsoft Exchange Server has four zero-days to urgently patch, t

Security Snacks #20 – How to get hacked with Nginx or VMWare vCenter & A look at 2020’s Top 10 Web hacking techniques

Security Snacks

February 26, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe This week’s security news are all about substantial hacking techniques you might want to know t

Security Snacks #19 – CVE trends, Faulty ShareIt & Centreon hack

Security Snacks

February 19, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Grab a coffee to go with these #SecuritySnacks! As an entrée, we have unpatched remote code exe

Security Snacks #18 – Google’s Open Source Vulnerabilities, A US town’s water supply hack & Windows/Chrome security concerns

Security Snacks

February 12, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Hackers (from both sides) have been busy this past week! A bug hunter published a clever new at

Security Snacks #17 – SolarWinds RCE, NAT Slipstream v2 & Accellion under attack

Security Snacks

February 5, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Supply chain attacks seem to be the new normal. Just this week… 1.6 million US unemployment cla

Security Snacks #16 – Baron Samedit bug, Zhang Guo deception, SAP attacks & DDoS via RDP

Security Snacks

January 29, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe After witnessing state-sponsored threat actors targeting a slew of security vendors, we’re now

Security Snacks #15 – A slew of Cisco bugs, Risks of DoH & DNSpooq (aka new proof that it’s always DNS!)

Security Snacks

January 22, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe This week in cybersecurity news: A bunch of critical vulnerabilities were found in Cisco produc

Security Snacks #14 – Google Titan 2FA keys cloned, Microsoft Exchange’s unpatched RCE & Mimecast supply chain attack

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January 15, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe This week, we heard of yet another supply chain attack involving Mimecast certificates and Micr

Security Snacks #13 – The cost of poor software quality, Zyxel backdoor & Yet another T-Mobile data breach

Security Snacks

January 8, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Time for your weekly cybersecurity news report! T-Mobile had its fourth data breach in three ye

Security Snacks #12 – SolarWinds authentication bypass, Corellium win for hackers & 2020 security retrospective

Security Snacks

January 1, 2021

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe This is it! The first day of a hopefully “normal” year. Security-wise, this has been a relative

Security Snacks #11 – The SolarWinds Saga continued & The evolution of cybersecurity in 2020

Security Snacks

December 25, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Happy holidays to all! This is the last edition of 2020, an already eventful year that ends wit

Security Snacks #10 – SolarWinds whirlwind, Malwareless ransomware & Cisco 9.9/10 bug

Security Snacks

December 18, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Remember last week’s FireEye breach? It is now slowly unfolding as a massive global campaign an

Security Snacks #9 – FireEye hacked, Amnesia:33 & A device-bricking UEFI malware

Security Snacks

December 11, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe FireEye, one of the world top cybersecurity firms, was hacked probably by a nation-state actor.

Security Snacks #8 – The ultimate iPhone hack, The new threat of cyber-biological attacks & 2021 threats forecast

Security Snacks

December 4, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe 2020, an already memorable year, still has a stock of surprises for us: A zero-click exploit th

Security Snacks #7 – SEO ransomware, Vulnerability lifecycle & Stress blamed for email data breaches

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November 27, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe This week, Facebook dodged a pretty serious cybersecurity bullet. A couple of reports showed in

Security Snacks #6 – 12 Cisco bugs, 200 most common passwords, Weird bounties & SAD DNS

Security Snacks

November 20, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe As if 2020 wasn’t scary enough, DNS cache poisoning is back from the dead! 123456 is still the

Security Snacks #5 – Avalanche of security updates, Zoom snooping & The 2020 business threat landscape

Security Snacks

November 13, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe Patches, patches and more patches! This sums up the past couple of weeks. Patching remains a ch

Security Snacks #4 – Psychotherapy patients blackmail, Trump vs Hackers & How not to use Microsoft 365

Security Snacks

October 30, 2020

Security Snacks is a weekly digest of the most notable InfoSec news. Its purpose is to provide a one-stop source for getting a high-level view of the state of security and hacking. Click here to subscribe What a weird week! Ransoms taking cyber crime to a new low, Trump making foes with both black h