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What is Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM)?
September 1, 2022

What is Customer Identity and Access Management (CIAM)?

CIAM (Customer identity and access management) is part of the identity and access management (IAM) system integrated into applications for external users such as customers/consumers. The primary goal of CIAM is to manage and control… Continue Reading

Spyware Firm Sold Android and iOS Remote Code Execution Exploit for €8 Million
September 1, 2022

Spyware Firm Sold Android and iOS RCE Exploit for €8 Million

Intellexa, a spyware firm that originated in Greece, has entered the market recently. Its work is similar to Pegasus Spyware and offers RCE exploits for iOS and Android OS. In November 2019, Cyprus authorities detained… Continue Reading

Top Open Source Solutions for Building Security Operations Center II
August 31, 2022

Top Open Source Solutions for Building Security Operations Center II

A Security Operations Center (SOC) is a centralized function inside an organization that employs people, procedures, and technology to continually monitor and enhance an organization's security posture. It also prevents, identifies, analyzes, and reacts to cybersecurity… Continue Reading

Malicious Chrome Extensions Could Affect More Than 1.4 Million Users
August 31, 2022

Malicious Chrome Extensions Could Affect More Than 1.4 Million Users

McAfee researchers discovered several malicious Google Chrome extensions. The total download count for the extensions is over 1.4 million. The extensions are capable of tracking and stealing browser activity.  The malicious extensions are listed as: Netflix… Continue Reading

10 Free Security Testing Tools to Test Your Website
August 30, 2022

10 Free Security Testing Tools to Test Your Website  

Security testing for an application is a crucial element in the lifecycle of software testing. It restricts unwanted intrusions at multiple application layers, including servers, the front-end application layer, middleware modules, and network security.  This… Continue Reading

August 29, 2022

The Week in Dark Web – 29 August 2022 – Access Sales and Data Leaks

Powered by DarkMirror™ This week’s edition covers the latest dark web news from the past week. This week's headlines are leaks, dark web access sales, and vast databases of user information. Find out if your… Continue Reading

All You Need to Know About Endpoint Security
August 29, 2022

All You Need to Know About Endpoint Security

Endpoint Security products are responsible for a market size of approximately 14 million in 2021. Regarding this market's compound annual growth rate (CAGR), it is estimated that the market will double in 9 years. According… Continue Reading

Critical RCE Vulnerability in the Atlassian Bitbucket Server and Data Center
August 29, 2022

Critical RCE Vulnerability in the Atlassian Bitbucket Server and Data Center

Atlassian recently issued a security advisory to notify Bitbucket Server and Data Center users about a critical vulnerability. Labeled CVE-2022-36804 is a command injection flaw with a CVSS score of 9.9. On vulnerable systems, the vulnerability could allow attackers… Continue Reading

Dark Web Profile: BlackCat (ALPHV)
August 26, 2022

Dark Web Profile: BlackCat (ALPHV)

A new Russian ransomware group known as ALPHV, also known as BlackCat or Noberus, appeared with its first posts in late November 2021. Since then, they have been very active in running ransomware attacks. There… Continue Reading

Twilio and MailChimp Attackers Hit 130 Organizations With Okta Phishing Campaign
August 26, 2022

Twilio and MailChimp Attackers Hit 130 Organizations with Okta Phishing Campaign 

A larger phishing campaign that targeted 136 organizations and resulted in the theft of 9,931 account login credentials has been linked to the hackers behind a series of recent hacks, including those on Twilio, MailChimp, and Cloudflare. These… Continue Reading

Threat Actors Stole LastPass Source Code Through a Compromised Developer Account
August 26, 2022

Threat Actors Stole LastPass Source Code Through a Compromised Developer Account

On 25th August, LastPass announced a breach and stated that its source code was stolen, along with some technical information. The incident happened two weeks ago, and the password management company only recently confirmed it.… Continue Reading

Dark Web Stories: Escrow
August 25, 2022

Dark Web Stories: Escrow

Have you ever heard of the term dark web? Besides sheltering various individuals from spies to threat actors in its highly private environment, the dark web also hosts black markets of different sizes. According to… Continue Reading

IBM Fixes Security Bypass Vulnerabilities Discovered in MQ Software
August 25, 2022

IBM Fixes Security Bypass Vulnerabilities Discovered in MQ Software

IBM released security updates for two critical vulnerabilities in its message-oriented middleware IBM MQ. The vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2022-27780 and CVE-2022-30115, allow for security bypass and exposure of sensitive data.  The flaws were both discovered… Continue Reading

Patch Available for Important LPE Vulnerability in VMware Tools
August 25, 2022

Patch Available for Important LPE Vulnerability in VMware Tools

A security flaw identified in VMware Tools could lead to local privilege escalation attacks. A remote attacker with initial access can steal sensitive data and take complete control over virtual machines. The flaw has a… Continue Reading

Top 10 TLDs Threat Actors Use for Phishing
August 24, 2022

Top 10 TLDs Threat Actors Use for Phishing

A TLD is the last character of a domain name, such as .com, .net, .org, etc. Domains play a crucial role in phishing attacks. A threat actor can use free domains to create a distribution of… Continue Reading

Critical RCE Flaw Fixed in New Versions of GitLab
August 24, 2022

Critical RCE Flaw Fixed in New Versions of GitLab

GitLab released patches where they fixed a critical remote code execution vulnerability. It is labeled CVE-2022-2884 with a CVSS score of 9.9. This critical vulnerability in the GitHub Import API can be exploited by an attacker who… Continue Reading

August 23, 2022

Hackers Utilize AWS to Launch Phishing Attacks

Phishing attacks are being launched by hackers using a tactic called Static Expressway. The newly-spread tactic lets hackers get their emails past Amazon Web Services (AWS) automated security scanners.  Email security provider Avanan claims that scammers can… Continue Reading

August 23, 2022

The Week in Dark Web – 23 August 2022 – Access Sales and Data Leaks

Powered by DarkMirror™ This week’s edition covers the latest dark web news from the past week. This week's headlines are government leaks, dark web access sales, and vast databases of user information. Find out if… Continue Reading

Spain Threat Landscape Report Released
August 22, 2022

Spain Threat Landscape Report: E-Commerce & Finance Industries Under Attack

SOCRadar's Threat Landscape Report this month aims to provide organizations located in Spain with a region-based understanding of evolving and emerging cyber threats. We hope our intelligence will help companies and nonprofits in their future… Continue Reading

Major Cyberattacks in Review: July 2022
August 22, 2022

Major Cyberattacks in Review: July 2022 

Today's world has many cyberattack targets, including large organizations, small businesses, and individuals. Any action, no matter how small, can put you in danger. Most of the cyber incidents from last month involved situations in… Continue Reading

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