Cybersecurity Trends for 2020

According to a TrendMicro’s report, ‘The New Norm’, the major cybersecurity risks for organizations in 2020 comes from DevOps, third-party libraries, container components and even remote workers.

A pleasant reading for the Christmas holidays!

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Google and Facebook surveillance threatens human rights, Amnesty International says

Google and Facebook help connect the world and provide crucial services to billions users, but this services come at a systemic cost.

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Android flaw allows attackers to permanently freeze your device

Android’s December 2019 updates patches a small list of system and Qualcomm flaws across the operating system’s two patch levels [1].
According with Google, a specific flaws (CVE-2019-2232) may allows an attacker to cause a permanent denial of service by simply sending a specifically crafted message [2].

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Some thoughts about WS-Discovery DDoS attacks

Security researchers from Akamai published interesting details about the Web Services Dynamic Discovery (WS-Discovery) protocol, which they say can be abused to launch massive DDoS attacks.

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