MITRE’s Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors

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It has been reported that MITRE has released a list of the top 25 most dangerous software weaknesses and errors that can be exploited by attackers to compromise our systems. The non-profit’s 2019 Common Weakness Enumeration (CWE) Top 25 Most Dangerous Software Errors report is a compilation of errors, bugs, and potential attack vectors developers should make sure they are […]

Comments: NCSC Warns UK Universities Of The Risks Of State-sponsored Cyberattacks

Rapid Automation and Industrialization of Cyber Attacks

The UK’s National Cybersecurity Centre has issued an advisory which warns UK universities that “state espionage will continue to pose the most significant threat to the long-term health of both universities and the UK itself”, adding that there is a real possibility that “the threat will increase in-line with increased scrutiny of foreign direct investment and the […]

Commenst On Magecart Skimming Attack Targets Mobile Users Of Hotel Chain Booking Websites

Trend Micro has just published the following findings:  Magecart Skimming Attack Targets Mobile Users of Hotel Chain Booking Websites. Forbes is reporting on the findings, noting that Trend Micro discovered credit card skimming malware in the reservation systems of two international hotel chains. The significant attack affects hotel chains with over 180 locations in 14 different countries. The affected […]

Scotiabank’s ‘Muppet-grade Security’ And Tortoiseshell Infecting IT Providers To Hit Their Customers

Canadian financial giant, Scotiabank, has torn down GitHub repositories, which were inadvertently left open to the public and contained sensitive internal source code information, as well as some private login keys to backend systems. .@Scotiabank embracing open source – puts code on Github https://t.co/RUuLFWyjsj via @Finextra #fintech — Adam Nanjee (@adamnyyz) August 16, 2018 Experts […]