For the past few days, the telecom sector seems to combat CyberSecurity issues. Reportedly, EE, a UK-based cellular firm, patched two different flaws in its system within one week. Fortunately, the vulnerabilities were discovered by some white-hat hacker before anyone could exploit them. Yet, the bugs were not trivial to be ignored. EE Patched The
Foreshadow: While the chaos for the horrifying Spectre and Meltdown is still going, researchers discover another vulnerability in Intel CPUs that is even more robust. Two different groups of researchers discovered the vulnerability named “Foreshadow” and reported it to Intel. Upon further investigations, Intel found two more related flaws, which the researchers termed as “Foreshadow-NG”.
SegmentSmack – A TCP Vulnerability Targeting Linux 4.9 Induced DoS Attacks. Recently, a critical TCP vulnerability was found in the Linux Kernel. A detailed vulnerability assessment revealed that the flaw could induce denial-of-service (DoS) attacks in Linux 4.9 and above. Gladly, Linux has already released patches for the vulnerability in the 4.9.116 and 4.17.11. SegmentSmack –
The ‘Unhackable’ BitFi Cryptocurrency Wallet: Recently, there has been a lot of hype about the John McAfee’s claim for his ‘unhackable’ BitFi cryptocurrency wallet. Amidst so many incidents of crypto hacking, making such a claim is indeed a bold step. The ‘Unhackable’ BitFi Cryptocurrency Wallet – Is It Truly Unhackable? He has clearly
samsam ransomware: Criminal Hackers exploit ransomware attacks as a robust money making strategy as they easily coerce the victims to pay money. Continuing with this strategy, they are now making money with the notorious SamSam malware. A latest study reveals that SamSam ransomware has raised around $6 million for Criminal hackers in ransom demands. SamSam
Web Security is a hot topic for everyone in these days. A Positive Technologies report of 2017 showed how all of the websites and web applications have at least one well-known vulnerability. The same report shows how the 70% of websites and web applications have at least one high severity vulnerability as well. As a matter of
GDPR Assessment The GDPR Assessment is a compliance assessment in terms of GDPR, the new Data Privacy European law. As a matter of fact, companies have a growing need: they need to be compliant. To this end, a GDPR Assessment is necessary. This assessment, however, not only provides for indicators showing your compliance level but it
Wi-Fi Security? It’s time. Wi-Fi Alliance launched WPA3. It will certainly ensure a higher CyberSecurity level and, as a consequence, it will benefit users both in terms of privacy and GDPR Compliance. However, WPA3 does not make wireless networks hacker proof. First of alla, let’s have a look together at the features and benefits of WPA3.
GDPR Compliance Nowadays, GDPR Compliance is a really hot topic. As a matter of fact, there is a lot of data supporting this idea. The market related to GDPR services is estimated around 750 million dollars in 2017. Looking ahead, this amount is going to grow and grow and in 5 years it should get to 2.6 billion dollars. The
DDOS: introduction DDoS: Distributed Denial of Service. Whenver connections overload a server, there’s no more the chance to start new connections. This situation takes place when a lot of compromised systems send at the same time data traffic to the target system, causing its crash. Such an overload could make a server, a website or an online
DOS: introduction DoS stands for “Denial of Service” and this term, in the CyberSecurity field, specifies a failure due to an illegal attack. The resources of an IT system run out because of the just mentioned attack, this leads to the impossibility from the system side to erogate the service to the clients who require it. The
Digital4Her Swascan attended the “Startup worth growing” pitching session as part of the #Digital4Her event last 19th of June. As you already know, it has been a great pleasure an honour for us. This opportunity allowed us to pitch Swascan in front of a super-qualified jury, other 9 great start-ups and the European Commission! Digital4Her: