Warning on KIMSUKY Cyber Actor's Recent Cyber Campaigns against Google's Browser and App Store Services
I was recently rewarded a total of $107,500 by Google for responsibly disclosing security issues in the Google Home smart speaker that allowed an attacker within wireless proximity to install a “backdoor” account on the device, enabling them to send commands to it remotely over the Internet, access its microphone feed, and make arbitrary HTTP requests within the victim’s LAN (which could potentially expose the Wi-Fi password or provide the attacker direct access to the victim’s other devices). These issues have since been fixed.
Vous pouvez chiffrer les données de votre organisation à l'aide de vos propres clés de chiffrement, en plus du chiffrement par défaut fourni par Google Workspace. Avec le chiffrement côté client (CSE) Google Workspace, le chiffrement du contenu est géré dans le navigateur du client avant la transmission ou le stockage des données dans le cloud via Google Drive. De cette façon, les serveurs Google ne peuvent pas accéder à vos clés de chiffrement ni déchiffrer vos données. Après avoir configuré le CSE, vous pouvez choisir quels utilisateurs peuvent créer du contenu chiffré côté client et le partager en interne ou en externe.
As the amount of new memory-unsafe code entering Android has decreased, so too has the number of memory safety vulnerabilities. From 2019 to 2022 it has dropped from 76% down to 35% of Android’s total vulnerabilities. 2022 is the first year where memory safety vulnerabilities do not represent a majority of Android’s vulnerabilities.
Cobalt Strike, the popular tool used by red teams to test the resilience of their cyber defenses, has seen many iterations and improvements over the last decade. First released in 2012, it was originally the commercial spinoff of the open-source Armitage project that added a graphical user interface (GUI) to the Metasploit framework to help security practitioners detect software vulnerabilities more quickly.
Google has an automated tool to detect abusive images of children. But the system can get it wrong, and the consequences are serious.
A new wave of phishing is currently circulating (a related story from derstandard.at newspaper can be found here). Documents are said to have been sent to you from a scanner, which you can allegedly download, as can be seen in the following image