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ECB Shuts Site After Subscriber Data Breach

ECB Shuts Site After Subscriber Data Breach

Central bank hit by hackers but market data remains safe

Apache Struts Called Out For Incorrect Security Advisories

Apache Struts Called Out For Incorrect Security Advisories

Open source project may have put customers at risk with wrong info

Formjacking Now Accounts For Most Web Breaches

Formjacking Now Accounts For Most Web Breaches

Magecart and similar attacks siphon payment details direct from websites

ZeroFOX Seeks to Protect Election Campaigns

ZeroFOX Seeks to Protect Election Campaigns

ZeroFOX is targeting growing election interference with a dedicated product.

Network Deception Techniques Cut Dwell Times, Says Report

Network Deception Techniques Cut Dwell Times, Says Report

Those who lay false trails for hackers can often detect them more quickly, says a survey released this week.

Clickjacking Still Popular Among Online Scammers

Clickjacking Still Popular Among Online Scammers

A perennial technique among online fraudsters, clickjacking isn't going away anytime soon, researchers say.

Researchers Discover Stealthy Crypto-Miner “Norman”

Researchers Discover Stealthy Crypto-Miner “Norman”

Malware used in campaign that infected an entire organization

#Alevelresults: Cybersecurity Options Appear

#Alevelresults: Cybersecurity Options Appear

Opportunities exist when the A-level grades do not deliver

Choice Hotels Breach: Hackers Leave Ransom Note For 700K Records

Choice Hotels Breach: Hackers Leave Ransom Note For 700K Records

Third party exposed hotel chain's data in MongoDB instance

New Allegations: Capital One Suspect Stole From 30+ Organizations

New Allegations: Capital One Suspect Stole From 30+ Organizations

Seattle woman is alleged to have targeted wide sweep of data

Trend Micro Patches Password Manager Flaw

Trend Micro Patches Password Manager Flaw

Trend Micro has patched a flaw that could have allowed attackers to take over a system.

Researchers: Cloud Services Compromise Mobile Apps

Researchers: Cloud Services Compromise Mobile Apps

Developers should be careful which cloud-based services they connect to, researchers warned this week.

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