NuSecure Insights

Category: Network Security

Key Features Needed in a SIEM Solution

Implementing a security information event management (SIEM) tool is widely used as a trusted method of providing additional protection, an extra layer of security on top of your hardware and... Read more about 'Key Features Needed in a SIEM Solution '...

FaceTime Bug Lets Callers See and Hear You | SAT News

An unpatched privacy bug has been discovered in Apple’s FaceTime that allows someone to hear or see you before you even pick up their call without you even knowing it. Read more about 'FaceTime Bug Lets Callers See and Hear You | SAT News'...

A Brief History of Malicious Threats | Infographic

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Unprotected VOIP Server Exposes Millions of Call Logs and SMS Messages | SAT News

A California-based Voice-Over IP (VOIP) services provider has accidentally left tens of gigabytes of its customer data, containing millions of call logs, SMS/MMS messages, and plaintext internal system credentials, publicly... Read more about 'Unprotected VOIP Server Exposes Millions of Call Logs and SMS Messages | SAT News'...

Bridging the IT Talent Gap With A Managed Security Service Provider

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Spam Bomb Threat Demanding Bitcoin Ransom Payments | SATNews

A new spam email extortion scam is making its way around the web, threatening businesses and schools nationwide saying that someone has planted bombs within the building and will be detonated unless a bitcoin ransom has been paid by the end of the day.

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Starwood Hotels Massive Database Breach Affecting 500 Million Guests | SAT News

Starwood Hotels and Resorts, a subsidiary of Marriott, has announced that their reservation database has been breached and personal information of approximately 500 million guests was obtained. Read more about 'Starwood Hotels Massive Database Breach Affecting 500 Million Guests | SAT News'...

New Windows Zero-Day exploit released | SAT News

Twitter alias “SandboxEscaper” a security researcher, released a proof-of-concept for a Windows exploit residing in Microsoft Data Sharing (dssvc.dll). Read more about 'New Windows Zero-Day exploit released | SAT News'...

Facebook receives order from the Government of Japan to Improve Data Protection | SAT News

After the recent Facebook data breaches affected over tens of millions of people, the government of Japan has ordered Facebook to improve its protection of user’s personal information. Read more about 'Facebook receives order from the Government of Japan to Improve Data Protection | SAT News'...

One in Ten Emails Verified as Malicious | SAT News

A report released by Cofense (formerly known as PhishMe) has revealed that in 2018, one in ten emails reported were found to be malicious in nature. Read more about 'One in Ten Emails Verified as Malicious | SAT News'...

WhatsApp Video Call Attack | SAT News

WhatsApp can be compromised with a video phone call from attackers.

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Cloudflare Launches Encrypted SNI Support | SAT News

Cloudflare has announced it has rolled out encrypted Server Name Indication (SNI) support that started on September 24th. This feature offers an option to encrypt one of the last plain-text parts of standard web browsing, the SNI field. 

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Widespread MikroTik Router Exploit Campaign | SAT News

Netlab 360 has disclosed the discovery of a widespread exploitation campaign against MikroTik routers around the world. Read more about 'Widespread MikroTik Router Exploit Campaign | SAT News'...

Apache Struts Remote Code Execution Vulnerability | SAT News

A new vulnerability has been discovered by security researches and some people are saying it could be worse than the one that was used in last year’s Equifax hack.

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ATM cash-out | SAT News

The FBI is warning banks that cyber criminals are preparing to carry out a highly choreographed, global fraud scheme known as an “ATM cash-out”, where criminals hack a bank or... Read more about 'ATM cash-out | SAT News'...

Extortion Scam Circulating via Email | SAT News

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New Malware Decides either Cryptominer or Ransomware | SAT News

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Premature Exploitation: Unarmed zero-day uploaded to VirusTotal | SAT News

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Remote Code Execution Flaw Found in IBM QRadar | SAT News

Three vulnerabilities were discovered in IBM's QRadar product that can be combined to allow a remote unauthenticated attacker to bypass authentication and execute arbitrary commands with root privileges. Read more about 'Remote Code Execution Flaw Found in IBM QRadar | SAT News'...

Solutions to Your Franchise IT Challenges | WEBINAR

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