[SecurityWeek] BlackMatter Ransomware Operators Develop Custom Data Exfiltration Tool

The cybercriminals operating the BlackMatter ransomware have started using a custom data exfiltration tool in their attacks, Symantec reports.

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Daily NCSC-FI news followup 2019-12-06

If there’s somethin’ stored in a secure enclave, who ya gonna call? Membuster! www.theregister.co.uk/2019/12/05/membuster_secure_enclave/ Computer scientists from UC Berkeley, Texas A&M, and semiconductor biz SK Hynix have found a way to defeat secure enclave protections by observing memory requests from a CPU to off-chip DRAM through the memory bus. Read also: arxiv.org/pdf/1912.01701.pdf VCs find exciting […]

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[SecurityWeek] T-Mobile Acknowledges Breach of Customer Data, Launches Probe

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T-Mobile on Monday acknowledged a breach of customer information after a hacker group claimed to have obtained records of 100 million of the operator’s US customers and offered some of the data on the dark web. read more Source: Read More (SecurityWeek RSS Feed)

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[TheRecord] Google open-sources Allstar, a tool to protect GitHub repos

Google has open-sourced today a project namedĀ AllstarĀ that can be used to secure GitHub projects by constantly watching and enforcing a set of security policies with the hope of preventing basic security misconfigurations. Available as a GitHub app, Allstar can be installed on organizations and user accounts and allow it access to desired repositories. Under the […]

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