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Enterprise Technical Security That Matters - June 25, 2021

Posted by Omnistruct Marketing on Jun 26, 2021 7:14:53 AM

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Many companies struggle with all of the cybersecurity documentation, processes, and policies that can limit their business growth and REALLY stress them out. Omnistruct serves as an enterprise partner for the critical policies, processes, and documentation needed to make sure all of that data and revenue is well protected against cyber threats and that the company stays in compliance with all rules and regulations.

CSP bypass: How one Chrome XSS bug took 2.5 years and an HTML spec change to fix

The Chromium team has patched a 2.5-year-old bug that made it possible to stage cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks on web pages, even if they had been configured to prevent XSS attacks. By Ben Dickson I June 22, 2021 Read More


DarkRadiation Ransomware and an SSH Worm

Security researchers from Trend Micro have discovered an attack chain using an SSH worm and DarkRadiation ransomware. Most components of this attack chain target RedHat and CentOS Linux distributions. In some scripts, Debian-based Linux distributions are targeted. By Cyware Alerts I June 23, 2021 Read More


DirtyMoe botnet infected 100,000+ Windows systems in H1 2021

DirtyMoe is a Windows botnet that is rapidly growing, it passed from 10,000 infected systems in 2020 to more than 100,000 in the first half of 2021. By Pierluigi Paganini I June 22, 2021 Read More



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