Hackers hijack Twitter account of Russia’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, offer to sell stolen data
A hacked Russian government Twitter account offers to sell a tourist database for 66 bitcoins (approximately US $499,000).
With millions of people working from home as a result of the coronavirus outbreak, hacking is on the rise. Nefarious black hats are taking advantage of the fact that workers have been forced to abandon their secure office networks in favor of home wireless connections. And white hats are spending even more time at home trying to be the next great ethical hacker.
Whether a regular user, worker bee, or white-hat hacker, it's vital to take steps to stay safer, more protected, and anonymous online. One of the most important lines of defense against cybercriminals is a virtual private network. No... more
(Null Byte « WonderHowTo)
Cybersecurity researchers today issued a security advisory warning enterprises and governments across the globe to immediately patch a highly-critical remote code execution vulnerability affecting F5's BIG-IP networking devices running application security servers.
The vulnerability, assigned CVE-2020-5902 and rated as critical with a CVSS score of 10 out of 10, could let remote attackers
(The Hacker News)
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