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InfoSec Reading Weekly Roundup

The weekly InfoSec reading roundup is a collection of the most interesting news and articles that I read in the past week. Note that if you are...

How Google Took on Mirai, KrebsOnSecurity

The third week of September 2016 was a dark and stormy one for KrebsOnSecurity. Wave after wave of huge denial-of-service attacks flooded this...

Microsoft will likely fix Windows SMB denial-of-service flaw on Patch Tuesday

Microsoft will likely wait until February 14 to fix a publicly disclosed vulnerability in the SMB network file sharing protocol that can be...

Threat Intelligence: The Foundation of Your Security Operations Center Strategy

Add threat intelligence to your security operations center (SOC) strategy to improve the speed and reliability of threat detection and prevention.

Malware distributors are switching to less suspicious file types | CSO Online

After aggressively using JavaScript email attachments to distribute malware for the past year, attackers are now switching to less suspicious file...

After a decade of silence, this computer worm is back and researchers don't know why | ZDNet

SQL Slammer worm returns after a decade, but why?

Criminals release fewer new types of malware last year, double down on ransomware | CSO Online

Cybercriminals have been producing fewer new kinds of malware last year -- but that's because they're so busy raking in the money from their...

AKBuilder is the latest exploit kit to target Word documents, spread malware – Naked Security

Make sure you keep Office patched to protect against malicious Word documents generated by the AKBuilder exploit kit

iOS Users Aren’t So Immune to Threats After All | McAfee Blogs

10 years ago, Fergie and Gwen Stefani were at the top of the charts, and Juno had just been released. While we relaxed in velour tracksuits and shre

Russian cyber espionage group Turla leverages on a new JavaScript MalwareSecurity Affairs

The Russia-linked cyber espionage group Turla continues its activity using a new strain of JavaScript malware dubbed KopiLuwak.|By Security Affairs

SQL Slammer Comeback | Check Point Blog

SQL Slammer is a computer worm that first appeared in the wild in January 2003, and caused a denial of service condition on tens of thousands of...

InfoSec Handlers Diary Blog - Cisco - Issue with Clock Signal Component

SANS Internet Storm Center - A global cooperative cyber threat / internet security monitor and alert system. Featuring daily handler diaries with...
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The end-to-end message encryption Facebook promised to Messenger users back in July has finally finished rolling out to everyone. Here’s how to...

Link to full PDF in the article.

A new report released by Europol warns of the eight main cybercrime trends that investigators have seen impact a growing number of citizens and...