Tag: hacking

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Screening Your Supply Chain: How Far Will You Go For Cybersecurity?

Cybersecurity is crucial in supply chains, where risks can affect all connected parties. U.S. companies must now ensure compliance with evolving standards like the DoD’s CMMC, affecting over 200,000 contractors and their suppliers. With significant consequences and substantial government contracts at stake, effective risk management and rigorous vetting processes are critical for protection against data breaches and maintaining security across networks.

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Malicious Python Packages Target Crypto Wallet Recovery Passwords

A newly discovered campaign pushing malicious open source software packages is designed to steal mnemonic phrases used to recover lost or destroyed crypto wallets, according to a report by ReversingLabs.

China Hacking Theme

China Calls Out U.S. For Hacking. The Proof? TBD!

The Chinese government is taking an aggressive approach to countering stories of Chinese cyber offensive campaigns: promoting tales of US hacks on Chinese organizations, but without the data to back them up.

Robot Vacuum Liberation

Episode 254: Dennis Giese’s Revolutionary Robot Vacuum Liberation Movement

Security researcher and IoT hacker Dennis Giese talks about his mission to liberate robot vacuums from the control of their manufacturers, letting owners tinker with their own devices and – importantly – control the data they collect about our most intimate surroundings.

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FBI: Iranian APT Targets Israeli-Made PLCs Used In Critical Industries

The hack of a Pennsylvania water treatment facility in November is part of a larger campaign by an Iranian APT group against users of Israel-made operational technology.