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Capcom Says Older VPN Device at Heart of Ransomware Attack

Japanese video game giant Capcom revealed on Tuesday that, as part of the November 2020 ransomware attack, adversaries targeted an older backup VPN device for initial access. read more

Cybersecurity VC Funding Hit Record in 2020 With $7.8 Billion Invested

Despite the coronavirus pandemic, 2020 was a record year in terms of venture capital funding for cybersecurity companies, with more than $7.8 billion invested, according to a new report from business information platform Crunchbase. read more

Another Critical Vulnerability Patched in SAP Commerce

On Tuesday, as part of its April 2021 Security Patch Day, SAP announced the release of 14 new security notes and 5 updates to previously released notes. The only new Hot News note released with this round of patches addresses a critical vulnerability in SAP Commerce. read more

Siemens Releases Several Advisories for 'NAME:WRECK' Vulnerabilities

Siemens released a total of 14 new advisories on Tuesday, including five describing the impact and remediations for the NAME:WRECK vulnerabilities disclosed on the same day. read more

FBI Agents Secretly Deleted Web Shells From Hacked Microsoft Exchange Servers

FBI agents executed a court-authorized cyber operation to delete malicious web shells from hundreds of previously hacked Microsoft Exchange servers in the United States, unbeknownst to their owners, the U.S. Department of Justice (DoJ) said Tuesday. read more

At Least 100 Million Devices Affected by "NAME:WRECK" DNS Flaws in TCP/IP Stacks

Popular TCP/IP stacks are affected by a series of Domain Name System (DNS) vulnerabilities that could be exploited to take control of impacted devices, researchers with IoT security firm Forescout reveal. read more

Google Patches More Under-Attack Chome Zero-days

Google’s problems with in-the-wild Chrome browser zero-days appear to be multiplying by the month. read more

Swedish Sports Body Hacked by Russians, Officials Say

The organization that oversees Sweden’s national sports federations was hacked by Russian military intelligence in 2017-18, officials said Tuesday, in a data-breaching campaign that also affected some of the world’s leading sporting bodies, including FIFA and the World Anti-Doping Agency. read more

Breaches Detected Faster, But Ransomware Surge a Major Factor: FireEye

Data from FireEye’s Mandiant incident response division shows that the time it takes organizations to detect a malicious hacker attack continues to drop, but it’s not only due to better threat detection capabilities.  read more

MS Patch Tuesday: NSA Reports New Critical Exchange Flaws

Just weeks after a wave of major in-the-wild zero-day attacks against Exchange Server installations globally, Microsoft is raising a fresh alarm for four new critical security flaws that expose businesses to remote code execution attacks. read more

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