[SecurityWeek] Coinbase Users Face Ongoing Phishing Attacks

The rise in the value of cryptocurrencies has inevitably drawn the eye of criminals, and the concentration of crypto in the cryptocurrency exchanges has focused that attention. Coinbase is the largest exchange in the U.S., and researchers have detected numerous phishing campaigns against Coinbase users.

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[SecurityWeek] Oracle’s October 2021 CPU Includes 419 Security Patches

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Oracle on Tuesday announced the release of its latest quarterly Critical Patch Update (CPU), which includes a total of 419 security patches for vulnerabilities across the company’s portfolio. Just over half of the patches address vulnerabilities that could be exploited remotely without authentication, Oracle announced. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SecurityWeek] Secretive Israeli Exploit Company Behind Wave of Zero-Day Exploits

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A secretive Israeli commercial surveillance company named after a parasitic freshwater fish is being blamed for supplying Windows and Chrome zero-day exploits to nation-state APT actors. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[SANS ISC] Port-Forwarding with Windows for the Win, (Thu, Oct 14th)

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A feature that I use often is the port-forwarding capability implemented in the SSH protocol. It’s very convenient for pivoting inside a network or accessing a resource that is not directly reachable. Think about a management console that binds on the loopback interface of a server (which is good from a security point of view). How to access it […]

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