LINK CISA put together a bunch of information about Cobalt Strike for you. Suggest taking a look.
LINK This is a good document. Not all may apply to you but most will. Alot of the data here provides a good list of items that can help pressure business owners and other service owners to make appropriate changes to avoid catastrophic infections by ransomware.
LINK This is honestly terrifying. Now, the fact it was a Tesla honesly means nothing to me. The usage of a Drone to hover near a car or cars and starting to actively hack them is something needing to be payed attention to. Car security has been a joke for so long, I hope it […]
LINK Adobe with its years of dealing with vulnerabilities and exploits has put together a toolset to help identify abnormalities in data sets. The tool is located on Github.
LINK Well, its not exactly a security issue I highlight usually. But I wanted to make sure it was shourted out that Firefox is disabling and then removing the FTP functionality from Mozilla Firefox soon
LINK Interesting that Google has changed the timeline of notifying organizations of vulnerabilities in projects to 30 days instead of 90 days.
LINK In recent news we now found out the FBI actually were connecting (with a court order) to networks affected by the Exchange hacks and fixing issues (removing webshell’s put on by the attackers). I am speechless as to this activity, similar to Bruce.
LINK As far as it looks, the old Legacy Edge browser on Windows will formally be removed and replaced with the newer Chromium Edge. So make sure you are aware…
LINK This is an article that lists 15 issues Small to Medium Businesses typically fail at in some way. I am highlighting this because many of us DO work for these businesses, not just the Large Corps. The lessons learned from this article are crucial in our keeping networks secure for all business sizes, not […]
LINK And the lesson honestly is to probably never pay in the first place…but there are other lessons in the article.