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September 30, 2023 By Bill Toulas Cloudflare's Firewall and DDoS prevention can be bypassed through a specific attack process that leverages logic flaws in cross-tenant security controls.This bypass could put Cloudflare's customers under a heavy burden, rendering the protection systems of the internet firm less effective.To make matters worse, the only requirement for the attack is for the hackers to create a free Cloudflare account, which is used as part of the attack.However, it should be noted that the attackers must know a targeted web server's IP address to abuse these flaws. >>Full Article<<
Hi FolksAfter several days of searching the internet and failing can anyone identify this tool please.The secateurs are just there for scale, and I can give no more info than what can be seen there, other than the bottom of the green part will move away from the metal spike by about 2cm, sorry.
Last week, officials for Air Canada released a statement regarding a security incident that briefly impacted one of their internal networks and compromised some sensitive employee records. During the investigation, Air Canada staff were able to confirm that neither their flight operations systems nor any customer information were affected by this breach, though the threat actors behind the incident are still unclear.Xenomorph malware campaign targets global financial institutionsOver a year after Xenomorph malware became known, a new campaign has been identified that has focused on US banks and has also expanded its reach to include several European countries as well. It is also believed that the threat actors responsible for Xenomorph have either begun collaborating with other info stealers or that they have started operating as a malware-as-a-service and are bundling with other malware families to increase their impact.3.4 million individuals affected by MOVEit hack on Ontario’s chil
Deceptive videos and images created using generative AI could sway elections, crash stock markets and ruin reputations. Researchers are developing methods to limit their harm. Illustration by Señor Salme This June, in the political battle leading up to the 2024 US presidential primaries, a series of images were released showing Donald Trump embracing one of his former medical advisers, Anthony Fauci. In a few of the shots, Trump is captured awkwardly kissing the face of Fauci, a health official reviled by some US conservatives for promoting masking and vaccines during the COVID-19 pandemic.“It was obvious” that they were fakes, says Hany Farid, a computer scientist at the University of California, Berkeley, and one of many specialists who examined the pictures. On close inspection of three of the photos, Trump’s hair is strangely blurred, the text in the background is nonsensical, the arms and hands are unnaturally placed and the details of Trump’s visible ear are not right. All are h
We are excited to announce the rollout of Carbonite Endpoint Backup 10.12. In this latest release of Carbonite Endpoint Backup we are introducing:SCIM (System for Cross-domain Identity Management) User Provisioning Updated Full Disk Access instructions on macOS Ventura New message to users if they log into the Dashboard using Internet Explorer 11 or below Please note that on-premises vault upgrade behavior change: upgrading from v10.11 to v10.12 will need a reboot; this will not impact the devices since they are not connected with the vault during upgrade. SCIM provisioning adds new differentiation for Endpoint Backup. This powerful new functionality simplifies user management and enhances security by automatically provisioning users, updating users, granting admin permissions, and disabling/deleting users in Carbonite Endpoint Backup. For more details about the new features/enhancements, please refer to the release notes at support.carbonite.com. We are very pleased to ann
The NSA is starting an artificial intelligence security center — a crucial mission as AI capabilities are increasingly acquired, developed and integrated into U.S. defense and intelligence systems. September 29, 2023 The National Security Agency is starting an artificial intelligence security center — a crucial mission as AI capabilities are increasingly acquired, developed and integrated into U.S. defense and intelligence systems, the agency’s outgoing director announced Thursday.Army Gen. Paul Nakasone said the center would be incorporated into the NSA’s Cybersecurity Collaboration Center, where it works with private industry and international partners to harden the U.S. defense-industrial base against threats from adversaries led by China and Russia.“We maintain an advantage in AI in the United States today. That AI advantage should not be taken for granted,” Nakasone said at the National Press Club, emphasizing the threat from Beijing in particular.Asked if the U.S. has detected e