Day: August 25, 2021

Preventing your Cloud ‘Secrets’ from Public Exposure: An IDE plugin solution

25 August 2021

I’m sure you would agree that, in today’s digital world, the majority of applications we work on require some type of credentials – to connect to a database with a username/password, to access computer programs via authorized tokens, or API keys to invoke services for authentication. Credentials, or sometimes just referred to as ‘Secrets,’ are […]

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Researchers Uncover FIN8’s New Backdoor Targeting Financial Institutions

25 August 2021

A financially motivated threat actor notorious for setting its sights on retail, hospitality, and entertainment industries has been observed deploying a completely new backdoor on infected systems, indicating the operators are continuously retooling their malware arsenal to avoid detection and stay under the radar. The previously undocumented malware has been dubbed “Sardonic” by Romanian cybersecurity […]

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B.Braun Infusomat Pumps Could Let Attackers Remotely Alter Medication Dosages

25 August 2021

Cybersecurity researchers have disclosed five previously unreported security vulnerabilities affecting B. Braun’s Infusomat Space Large Volume Pump and SpaceStation that could be abused by malicious parties to tamper with medication doses without any prior authentication. McAfee, which discovered and reported the flaws to the German medical and pharmaceutical device company on January 11, 2021, said […]

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New SideWalk Backdoor Targets U.S.-based Computer Retail Business

25 August 2021

A computer retail company based in the U.S. was the target of a previously undiscovered implant called SideWalk as part of a recent campaign undertaken by a Chinese advanced persistent threat group primarily known for singling out entities in East and Southeast Asia. Slovak cybersecurity firm ESET attributed the malware to an advanced persistent threat […]

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