Emerging Ransomware Targets Dozens of Businesses Worldwide – Tempemail

An emerging ransomware strain in the threat landscape claims to have breached 30 organizations in just four months since it went operational, riding on the coattails of a notorious ransomware syndicate. First observed in February 2021, “Prometheus” is an offshoot of another well-known ransomware variant called Thanos, which was previously Continue Reading

Latest Microsoft Windows Updates Patch Dozens of Security Flaws – Tempemail

Microsoft on Tuesday rolled out its scheduled monthly security update with patches for 55 security flaws affecting Windows, Exchange Server, Internet Explorer, Office, Hyper-V, Visual Studio, and Skype for Business. Of these 55 bugs, four are rated as Critical, 50 are rated as Important, and one is listed as Moderate Continue Reading

Dozens sue Amazon’s Ring after camera hack leads to threats and racial slurs | Amazon

Dozens of people who say they were subjected to death threats, racial slurs, and blackmail after their in-home Ring smart cameras were hacked are suing the company over “horrific” invasions of privacy. A new class action lawsuit, which combines a number of cases filed in recent years, alleges that lax Continue Reading

Adobe Releases Patches for Dozens of Critical Flaws in 5 Software – Tempemail

Here comes the second ‘Patch Tuesday’ of this year. Adobe today released the latest security updates for five of its widely used software that patch a total of 42 newly discovered vulnerabilities, 35 of which are critical in severity. The first four of the total five affected software, all listed Continue Reading

Dozens of malware-infested ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker’ download ‘campaigns’ are hitting the web

In context: Whenever a highly-anticipated show or movie releases or even nears a release, the pirates come out in force. Thousands of people begin looking for ways to watch the latest content online for free, and shady individuals are always quick to capitalize on the trend. We saw that last Continue Reading

Dozens of Severe Flaws Found in 4 Popular Open Source VNC Software

Four popular open-source VNC remote desktop applications have been found vulnerable to a total of 37 security vulnerabilities, many of which went unnoticed for the last 20 years and most severe could allow remote attackers to compromise a targeted system. VNC (virtual network computing) is an open source graphical desktop Continue Reading