Hacker Lexicon: What Is a Supply Chain Attack?

Cybersecurity truisms have long been described in simple terms of trust: Beware email attachments from unfamiliar sources, and don’t hand over credentials to a fraudulent website. But increasingly, sophisticated hackers are undermining that basic sense of trust and raising a paranoia-inducing question: What if the legitimate hardware and software that makes up your network has been compromised at the source?…
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Can Your Business Email Be Spoofed? Check Your Domain Security Now!

Are you aware of how secure your domain is? In most organizations, there is an assumption that their domains are secure and within a few months, but the truth soon dawns on them that it isn’t. Spotting someone spoofing your domain name is one way to determine if your security is unsatisfactory – this means that someone is impersonating you (or confusing some of your recipients) and releasing false information.…
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Your Amazon Devices to Automatically Share Your Wi-Fi With Neighbors

Starting June 8, Amazon will automatically enable a feature on your Alexa, Echo, or other Amazon device that will share some of your Internet bandwidth with your neighbors—unless you choose to opt out. Amazon intends to register its family of hardware devices that are operational in the U.S.—including Echo speakers, Ring Video Doorbells, Ring Floodlight Cams, and Ring Spotlight Cams—into Sidewalk as it readies to roll out the shared mesh network in the country next week.…
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A New Bug in Siemens PLCs Could Let Hackers Run Malicious Code Remotely

Siemens on Friday shipped firmed updates to address a severe vulnerability in SIMATIC S7-1200 and S7-1500 programmable logic controllers (PLCs) that could be exploited by a malicious actor to remotely gain access to protected areas of the memory and achieve unrestricted and undetected code execution, in what the researchers describe as an attacker’s “holy grail.” The memory protection bypass vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-15782 (CVSS score: 8.1), was discovered by operational technology security company Claroty by reverse-engineering the MC7 / MC7+ bytecode language used to execute PLC programs in the microprocessor.…
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Ray Dalio: Bitcoin Is “Alternative Currency”

Alex Dovbnya Ray Dalio has explained how China’s digital yuan may compete with Bitcoin During his interview on CNBC” Bridgewater Associates CEO Ray Dalio told Managing Asia’s Christine Tan that Bitcoin is “an alternative currency.”    Dalio said that it was important to distinguish between the digitalization versions of existing currencies and alternative currencies:     Using blockchain technology and so on…That’s a different thing than having an alternative currency, and Bitcoin is an alternative currency versus the digitalizing.        …
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