[ThreatPost] Why the Next-Generation of Application Security Is Needed

New software and code stand at the core of everything we do, but how well is all of this new code tested? Luckily, autonomous application security is here.

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[ZDNet] This sneaky ransomware is now targeting Linux servers, too

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LockBit is a hugely popular form of ransomware for cyber criminals targeting Windows – and now cybersecurity researchers have identified a Linux-ESXi variant of it in the wild. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[BleepingComputer] Over 60,000 parked domains were left up for hijacking

Domain registrar MarkMonitor had left more than 60,000 parked domains vulnerable to domain hijacking. The parked domains were seen pointing to┬ánonexistent Amazon S3 bucket addresses, hinting that there existed a domain takeover weakness. […] Source: Read More (BleepingComputer)

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[HackerNews] Poorly Configured Apache Airflow Instances Leak Credentials for Popular Services

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Cybersecurity researchers on Monday discovered misconfigurations across older versions of Apache Airflow instances belonging to a number of high-profile companies across various sectors, resulting in the exposure of sensitive credentials for popular platforms and services such as Amazon Web Services (AWS), Binance, Google Cloud Platform (GCP), PayPal, Slack, and Stripe. “These unsecured Source: Read More […]

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