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Security Affairs newsletter Round 258

Security Affairs newsletter Round 258

Pierluigi Paganini Pierluigi Paganini is member of the ENISA (European Union Agency for Network and Information Security) Threat Landscape Stakeholder [...]
Best Practices for Video Conferencing Security

Best Practices for Video Conferencing Security

The surge in video conferencing use during these challenging times shows us the power of community and being connected digitally. Video conferencing l [...]
New Coronavirus-themed campaign spread Lokibot worldwide

New Coronavirus-themed campaign spread Lokibot worldwide

Researchers spotted a new Coronavirus-themed attack, the messages pretend to be sent from the World Health Organization to deliver Lokibot infostealer [...]
HikPwn – A Simple Scanner For Hikvision Devices

HikPwn – A Simple Scanner For Hikvision Devices

HikPwn, a simple scanner for Hikvision devices with basic vulnerability scanning capabilities written in Python 3.8. This project was born out of cur [...]
Firefox 74.0.1 addresses two zero-days exploited in the wild

Firefox 74.0.1 addresses two zero-days exploited in the wild

Mozilla releases Firefox version 74.0.1 to address two vulnerabilities exploited by threat actors in attacks in the wild, users should update their br [...]
Microsoft’s case study: Emotet took down an entire network in just 8 days

Microsoft’s case study: Emotet took down an entire network in just 8 days

Microsoft declared that an Emotet attack took down an organization’s network by overheating all the computers and bringing its Internet access down. M [...]
Sandcastle – A Python Script For AWS S3 Bucket Enumeration

Sandcastle – A Python Script For AWS S3 Bucket Enumeration

Inspired by a conversation with Instacart's @nickelser on HackerOne, I've optimised and published Sandcastle – a Python script for AWS S3 bucket enum [...]
Hacking iPhone or MacBook devices by tricking into visiting a site

Hacking iPhone or MacBook devices by tricking into visiting a site

Bad news for Apple iPhone or MacBook users, attackers could hack their device’s camera by tricking them into visiting a website. The ethical hacker&nb [...]
Selecting and migrating a Facebook API version for Amazon Cognito

Selecting and migrating a Facebook API version for Amazon Cognito

On May 1, 2020, Facebook will remove version 2.12 of the Facebook Graph API. This change impacts Amazon Cognito customers who are using version 2.12 o [...]
Tweetshell – Multi-thread Twitter BruteForcer In Shell Script

Tweetshell – Multi-thread Twitter BruteForcer In Shell Script

Tweetshell is an Shell Script to perform multi-threaded brute force attack against Twitter, this script can bypass login limiting and it can test inf [...]
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