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Tesla Car Hacked Remotely Without Any User Interaction

Two researchers have shown how a Tesla — and probably other cars — can be remotely hacked without the involvement of the operator. They used a drone to carry out the assault. Ralf-Philipp Weinmann of...

GitHub Wants to Update its Policies Regarding Security Research

The cybersecurity community is unhappy with the planned changes to GitHub's policies about security testing, vulnerabilities, and malware. On proposed clarifications about exploits and malware hosted on GitHub, the group has until June 1 to...

QNAP Systems to Remove Malware from Infected NAS Devices

Following a series of ransomware attacks, QNAP Systems, a manufacturer of network-attached storage (NAS) appliances, has confirmed that it is working urgently to find a solution to remove malware from compromised NAS computers. The Taiwanese...
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Google Shipped Another Urgent Security Patch for its Dominant Chrome Browser

Late Tuesday, Google released another critical security patch for its famous Chrome browser, warning that attackers are actively exploiting one of the zero-day vulnerabilities. This is the fourth in-the-wild Chrome zero-day discovered in 2021, and...
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Cybersecurity Law Degree Online – Guide to a Cybersecurity Law Degree

All forms of cybersecurity practitioners are in high demand. The demand for skilled and eligible workers in this sector, from security analysts to pentesters, far outnumbers the current supply. This skills gap covers all...

Multiple Vulnerabilities in the OpENer Stack Could Be Exploited in Attacks

Attacks on supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) and other industrial systems that use OpENer may take advantage of several vulnerabilities in the OpENer stack. The OpENer EtherNet/IP (ENIP) stack, maintained by EIPStackGroup and built...

SAP Commerce Patched Another Critical Vulnerability

SAP posted 14 new security notes and 5 updates to previously released notes on Tuesday as part of its April 2021 Security Patch Day. With this round of patches, the only new Hot News...

Google’s Problems With in-the-Wild Chrome Browser Zero-Days

Google's issues with zero-day exploits in the wild seem to be getting worse by the month. The latest proof of this comes in the form of a recent Chrome point-update that addresses a pair of...

FBI Agents Secretly to Delete Malicious Web Shells From Hacked Microsoft Exchange Servers

The US Department of Justice (DoJ) announced Tuesday that FBI agents carried out a court-ordered cyber operation to remove malicious web shells from hundreds of previously compromised Microsoft Exchange servers in the United States,...

CISA Published Additional Malware Identified on Microsoft Exchange Servers

China Chopper webshells and the DearCry ransomware were discovered on infected Microsoft Exchange servers this week, according to the US Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Protection Agency (CISA). The malware authors use a collection of vulnerabilities that...