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Wyze Cameras Allow Accidental User Spying

Wyze has confirmed in an email to its users that it has experienced a cybersecurity "incident" that allowed many of its connected camera users...

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Name That Toon: Keys to the Kingdom

Feeling a bit vulnerable lately? Come up with a clever cybersecurity-related caption to describe the scene above, and our favorite will win a $25...

NSO Group Adds ‘MMS Fingerprinting’ Zero-Click Attack to Spyware Arsenal

A researcher at Swedish telecom and cybersecurity firm Enea has unearthed a previously unknown tactic that Israel's NSO Group has made available for use...

Russian APT ‘Winter Vivern’ Targets European Governments, Military

The Russia-aligned threat group known as Winter Vivern was discovered exploiting cross-site scripting (XSS) vulnerabilities in Roundcube webmail servers across Europe in October —...

CISO Corner: CIO Convergence, 10 Critical Security Metrics, & Ivanti Fallout

Welcome to CISO Corner, Dark Reading's weekly digest of articles tailored specifically to security operations readers and security leaders. Every week, we'll offer articles...

What Using Security to Regulate AI Chips Could Look Like

Researchers from OpenAI, Cambridge University, Harvard University, and University of Toronto offered "exploratory" ideas on how to regulate AI chips and hardware, and how...

Cyber-insurance and vulnerability scanning – Week in security with Tony Anscombe

Video Here's how the results of vulnerability scans factor into decisions on cyber-insurance...

Russian APT Turla Wields Novel Backdoor Malware Against Polish NGOs

Russia-sponsored advanced persistent threat group (APT) Turla is now targeting Polish NGOs in a cyberespionage campaign that uses a freshly developed backdoor with modular...

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