As tensions grow between London and Beijing, the UK government must remain alert to potential cyber attacks from China over the next few months. In light of this, please find below comments from the expert.
Hacker claims to have breached Night Lion security firms in act of revenge and stolen more than 8,200 databases. https://twitter.com/AcademiicArista/status/1282601548124549120
The coronavirus pandemic has seen an exponential rise in the amount of people switching to remote work. Since mid-February, 88% of global organisations have encouraged or required their employees to work from home. Before COVID-19, 1.7 million people in the UK worked from home, but due to lockdown restrictions, which has caused a seismic shift in working […]
Expert Reaction On Spotify Not Working As iPhone Users Complain The App Crashes Immediately Upon Opening
It has been reported that Spotify has stopped working properly, according to users. A strange bug appears to make the iPhone version of the app crash as soon as it is opened. Spotify does not appear to have pushed out a new update to the app. Instead, the issue appears to be a consequence of problems with Facebook’s developers tools. The same issue […]
The U.S. Secret Service has announced the creation of the Cyber Fraud Task Force (CFTF) “designed to improve the coordination, sharing of expertise and resources, and dissemination of best practices for all its core investigations of financially-motivated cybercrime. The CFTFs will leverage the combined resources and expertise of both the ECTFs and FCTFs to collaboratively investigative the […]
A previously unknown flaw in the videoconferencing software Zoom could allow a hacker to remotely commandeer computers running old versions of the Microsoft Windows operating system, security researchers said Thursday. A hacker who successfully exploits the vulnerability could access files on the vulnerable computer, said Mitja Kolsek, chief executive of ACROS Security, the Slovenian cybersecurity […]
A reflected cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerability impacting 100,000 websites has been patched in the KingComposer WordPress plugin. A patched version of the plugin, version 2.9.5, was released on June 29. While approximately 62% of users have updated to version 2.9.5, around 38% of websites with KingComposer enabled are still at risk of exploit.
Webmasters who use WordPress plugin Adning Advertising are urged to patch against a critical vulnerability that is reportedly being exploited in the wild. Exploitation of the flaw enables an unauthenticated attacker to upload arbitrary files, leading to remote code execution (RCE) and potentially a full site takeover. Such is the flaw’s seriousness, MITRE has assigned […]