[SecurityWeek] Microsoft Exposes Iran-linked APT Targeting U.S., Israeli Defense Tech Sectors

Threat hunters at Microsoft are raising the alarm about a new Iran-linked threat actor caught using password-spraying techniques to break into defense technology companies in the United States, Israel and parts of the Middle East.

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[HackerNews] Critical ThroughTek Flaw Opens Millions of Connected Cameras to Eavesdropping

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The U.S. Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) on Tuesday issued an advisory regarding a critical software supply-chain flaw impacting ThroughTek’s software development kit (SDK) that could be abused by an adversary to gain improper access to audio and video streams. “Successful exploitation of this vulnerability could permit unauthorized access to sensitive information, such Source: […]

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[SecurityWeek] Director of Cybersecurity at NSA Gets Dedicated Twitter Account

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Rob Joyce, the director of cybersecurity at the National Security Agency (NSA), on Thursday announced that his role now has an official Twitter account. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[TheRecord] Student finds zero-days in Exterity devices while rick-rolling school district

An Illinois teenager has found a zero-day vulnerability in Exterity IPTV systems during a rick-roll prank he pulled off on his school district before graduation. On April 30, this year, Minh Duong and a group of close friends took over all networked TVs and other displays inside the six high-schools part of the Indian Township High School […]

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