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Mailcow Mail Server Flaws Expose Servers to Remote Code Execution

Two security vulnerabilities have been disclosed in the Mailcow open-source mail server suite that could be exploited by malicious actors to achieve arbitrary code execution on susceptible instances. Both shortcomings impact all versions of the software prior to version 2024-04, … Read More

Signal Foundation Warns Against EU’s Plan to Scan Private Messages for CSAM

A controversial proposal put forth by the European Union to scan users’ private messages for detection child sexual abuse material (CSAM) poses severe risks to end-to-end encryption (E2EE), warned Meredith Whittaker, president of the Signal Foundation, which maintains the privacy-focused … Read More

Cybercriminals Exploit Free Software Lures to Deploy Hijack Loader and Vidar Stealer

Threat actors are luring unsuspecting users with free or pirated versions of commercial software to deliver a malware loader called Hijack Loader, which then deploys an information stealer known as Vidar Stealer. “Adversaries had managed to trick users into downloading … Read More

The Annual SaaS Security Report: 2025 CISO Plans and Priorities

Seventy percent of enterprises are prioritizing investment in SaaS security by establishing dedicated teams to secure SaaS applications, as part of a growing trend of maturity in this field of cybersecurity, according to a new survey released this month by … Read More

New Malware Targets Exposed Docker APIs for Cryptocurrency Mining

Cybersecurity researchers have uncovered a new malware campaign that targets publicly exposed Docket API endpoints with the aim of delivering cryptocurrency miners and other payloads. Included among the tools deployed is a remote access tool that’s capable of downloading and … Read More

VMware Issues Patches for Cloud Foundation, vCenter Server, and vSphere ESXi

VMware has released updates to address critical flaws impacting Cloud Foundation, vCenter Server, and vSphere ESXi that could be exploited to achieve privilege escalation and remote code execution. The list of vulnerabilities is as follows – CVE-2024-37079 & CVE-2024-37080 (CVSS … Read More

Singapore Police Extradites Malaysians Linked to Android Malware Fraud

The Singapore Police Force (SPF) has announced the extradition of two men from Malaysia for their alleged involvement in a mobile malware campaign targeting citizens in the country since June 2023. The unnamed individuals, aged 26 and 47, engaged in … Read More

ASUS Patches Critical Authentication Bypass Flaw in Multiple Router Models

ASUS has shipped software updates to address a critical security flaw impacting its routers that could be exploited by malicious actors to bypass authentication. Tracked as CVE-2024-3080, the vulnerability carries a CVSS score of 9.8 out of a maximum of … Read More

China-Linked Hackers Infiltrate East Asian Firm for 3 Years Using F5 Devices

A suspected China-nexus cyber espionage actor has been attributed as behind a prolonged attack against an unnamed organization located in East Asia for a period of about three years, with the adversary establishing persistence using legacy F5 BIG-IP appliances and … Read More

What is DevSecOps and Why is it Essential for Secure Software Delivery?

Traditional application security practices are not effective in the modern DevOps world. When security scans are run only at the end of the software delivery lifecycle (either right before or after a service is deployed), the ensuing process of compiling … Read More

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