[SecurityWeek] Becoming Elon Musk – the Danger of Artificial Intelligence

A Tel Aviv, Israel-based artificial intelligence (AI) firm, with a mission to build trust in AI and protect AI from cyber threats, privacy issues, and safety incidents, has developed the opposite: an attack against facial recognition systems that can fool the algorithm into misinterpreting the image.

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[SecurityWeek] Microsoft to Acquire Threat Intelligence Vendor RiskIQ

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Microsoft has flexed its muscles in the cybersecurity space, and will drop a reported $500 million in cash to acquire RiskIQ, a late stage startup in the threat intelligence and attack surface management business. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2021-10-06

Actively exploited Apache 0-day also allows remote code execution www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/security/actively-exploited-apache-0-day-also-allows-remote-code-execution/ Proof-of-Concept (PoC) exploits for the Apache web server zero-day surfaced on the internet revealing that the vulnerability is far more critical than originally disclosed. These exploits show that the scope of the vulnerability transcends path traversal, allowing attackers remote code execution (RCE) abilities. Attackers can […]

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[SecurityWeek] ‘Critical Severity’ Warning: Malware Found in Widely Deployed npm Packages

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Software supply chain security jitters escalated again Friday with new “critical severity” warnings about malware embedded in two npm package managers widely used by some of the biggest names in tech. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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