Recent Security News

  • Atlassian Patches High-Severity Vulnerabilities in Bamboo, Confluence, Jira

    July 17, 2024 at 12:54PM Atlassian released security updates to fix high-severity vulnerabilities in Bamboo, Confluence, and Jira products. Urgent attention was drawn to the Bamboo Data Center and Server updates, resolving two high-severity bugs. Patches for high-severity vulnerabilities in Confluence and Jira products were also released. Users are advised to apply patches promptly. From…

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  • North Korean Hackers Update BeaverTail Malware to Target MacOS Users

    July 17, 2024 at 12:43PM Researchers have found a new variant of a stealer malware linked to North Korea, this time targeting job seekers with a malicious Apple macOS disk image file named “MiroTalk.dmg.” This malware, known as BeaverTail, can steal sensitive data from web browsers, crypto wallets, and iCloud Keychain. Additionally, a new malicious…

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  • Over 400,000 Life360 user phone numbers leaked via unsecured API

    July 17, 2024 at 12:34PM A threat actor leaked personal data of over 440,000 Life360 customers by exploiting a flaw in the login API. The breach also impacted Trello accounts, and Life360 disclosed an extortion attempt linked to a separate Tile customer support platform breach. The exposed information includes names, addresses, email addresses, and phone…

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  • Orgs Are Finally Making Moves to Mitigate GenAI Risks

    July 17, 2024 at 12:08PM Enterprise security teams are increasingly addressing the risks associated with the use of AI-enabled applications. An analysis by Netskope found that organizations are implementing controls such as blocking policies and data loss prevention tools to protect against the sending of sensitive data to AI apps. The focus is now shifting…

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  • ‘BadPack’ APK Files Make Android Malware Hard to Detect

    July 17, 2024 at 11:36AM “BadPack,” a set of maliciously packaged APK files, creates challenges for analysts trying to detect and analyze malware in Android applications. The altered header information in BadPack files hampers reverse-engineering tools and has contributed to the rise of Android banking Trojans. Unit 42 researchers have developed methods to detect and…

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