Dark Reading

Dark Reading: Connecting the Information and Security Community
  1. Highlighting continued attacks on game developers, attackers stole source code from and issued a ransom demand to the maker of League of Legends.
  2. Whether you dream of your child growing into a CISO or just want them to improve their security hygiene, consider this roundup of literary geekery.
  3. Hackers don't need a key to get past your defenses, if they can essentially teleport using RMMs, warns CISA and the NSA.
  4. The accused sold an enormous data set stolen from the Austrian radio and television licensing authority — to an undercover cop.
  5. A vulnerability within Microsoft's OAuth application registration allows an attacker to create hidden forwarding rules that act as a malicious SaaS rootkit.
  6. The US Department of Justice hacked into Hive's infrastructure, made off with hundreds of decryptors, and seized the gang's operations.
  7. After Berlin pledged tanks for Ukraine, some German websites were knocked offline temporarily by Killnet DDoS attacks.
  8. The rapid maturation and rebranding of ransomware groups calls for relentless preparation and flexibility in response, according to one view from the trenches.
  9. Only one in 10 enterprises will create a robust zero-trust foundation in the next three years, while more than half of attacks won't even be prevented by it, according to Gartner.

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