Wazuh in the Cloud Era: Navigating the Challenges of Cybersecurity

Feb 09, 2024The Hacker NewsCloud Security / Open Source XDR / SIEM Cloud computing has innovated how organizations operate and manage IT operations, such as data storage, application deployment, networking, and overall resource management. The cloud offers scalability, adaptability, and accessibility, enabling businesses to achieve sustainable growth.…
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New Coyote Trojan Targets 61 Brazilian Banks with Nim-Powered Attack

Feb 09, 2024NewsroomEndpoint Security / Cryptocurrency Sixty-one banking institutions, all of them originating from Brazil, are the target of a new banking trojan called Coyote. “This malware utilizes the Squirrel installer for distribution, leveraging Node.js and a relatively new multi-platform programming language called Nim as a loader to complete its infection,” Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky said in a Thursday report.…
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MoqHao Android Malware Evolves with Auto-Execution Capability

Feb 09, 2024NewsroomMobile Security / Cyber Threat Threat hunters have identified a new variant of Android malware called MoqHao that automatically executes on infected devices without requiring any user interaction. “Typical MoqHao requires users to install and launch the app to get their desired purpose, but this new variant requires no execution,” McAfee Labs said in a report published this week.…
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Critical Patches Released for New Flaws in Cisco, Fortinet, VMware Products

Feb 08, 2024NewsroomCyber Threat / Network Security Cisco, Fortinet, and VMware have released security fixes for multiple security vulnerabilities, including critical weaknesses that could be exploited to perform arbitrary actions on affected devices. The first set from Cisco consists of three flaws – CVE-2024-20252 and CVE-2024-20254 (CVSS score: 9.6) and CVE-2024-20255 (CVSS score: 8.2) – impacting Cisco Expressway Series that could allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to conduct cross-site request forgery (CSRF) attacks.…
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Kimsuky’s New Golang Stealer ‘Troll’ and ‘GoBear’ Backdoor Target South Korea

Feb 08, 2024NewsroomCyber Espionage / Malware The North Korea-linked nation-state actor known as Kimsuky is suspected of using a previously undocumented Golang-based information stealer called Troll Stealer. The malware steals “SSH, FileZilla, C drive files/directories, browsers, system information, [and] screen captures” from infected systems, South Korean cybersecurity company S2W said in a new technical report.…
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Google Starts Blocking Sideloading of Potentially Dangerous Android Apps in Singapore

Feb 08, 2024NewsroomData Protection / Mobile Securit Google has unveiled a new pilot program in Singapore that aims to prevent users from sideloading certain apps that abuse Android app permissions to read one-time passwords and gather sensitive data. “This enhanced fraud protection will analyze and automatically block the installation of apps that may use sensitive runtime permissions frequently abused for financial fraud when the user attempts to install the app from an Internet-sideloading source (web browsers, messaging apps or file managers),” the company said.…
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