What happened last week? 50 years since the moon landing, 4 trailers from San Diego Comic-Con, 7.5 Terabytes of secret data and a proper recognition to the father of computer science!
Last weekend, on July 13, a group of hackers going by the name of 0v1ru$ hacked into Active Directory server of SyTech, a contractor for FSB, Russia’s national intelligence service.From this server they gained access to the company’s entire network, including a JIRA instance and fileservers.
Do you want to know the reason why? To “protect them from cyber threats”!
UPDATE: Apple has sent out a silent security update to Macs to remove software that was automatically installed by RingCentral and Zhumu.(https://www.theverge.com/2019/7/16/20696529/apple-mac-silent-update-zoom-ringcentral-zhumu-vulnerabilty-patched) I’ve already written something about Zoom vulnerabilities (CVE-2019-13576, CVE-2019-13586) in my WeeklyRoundup, but today the security researcher Karan Lyons, has published a new video confirming that the same RCE flaw is exploitable also […]
Last week several things caught my eye: cybersecurity news, interesting articles and new incoming TV shows.But first of all I want to talk about and interesting project: a videogame developed by a team of students as degree final project.