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Since mid-October, W4SP malware is attacking software supply chains; in this case, it's using Python packages to launch an information stealer.
Throughout 2022, the theft of user credentials continued to blanket the threat landscape. A recent example that illustrates both the simplicity and depth of this tactic is the Uber breach by threat actor Teapot, which bought the illegally harvested user credentials on the Darknet Marketplace (DNM).
In the third quarter of 2022, the four universal cyberattack drivers were accounted for: war, religion, politics and money.
A Uber breach verdict was handed down that could prove highly impactful to CISOs and CSOs in the near and distant future.
With the disruption, loss of life and heartbreaking images that the Russia-Ukraine conflict has produced, it is easy to overlook what it has meant to the cyber threat landscape. Even threat actors have taken sides.
The 3 days between “Black Friday” and “Cyber Monday” are when online retailers often enjoy their highest sales numbers for the year. Yes, it’s a very big deal. While consumers and retailers eagerly anticipate this 3-day shopping...
After a week of speculation about OpenSSL vulnerabilities, the OpenSSL project disclosed two new CVEs to address buffer overrun vulnerabilities in its cryptographic library that could trigger crashes or lead to remote code execution (RCE).
To beat the prediction rush, Radware reached out to several of our customers to find out what they think 2023 will bring to light in the world of cybersecurity.
Now that we’re more than a week into October, it’s time to celebrate the birthday—well, birth month—of Cybersecurity Awareness Month. The goal of Cybersecurity Awareness Month is to help individuals protect themselves from threats designed to digitally...
The age of the multi-cloud is upon us, but that comes at a cost to security. In a nutshell, this is the key finding of Radware’s new research: Application Security in a Multi-Cloud World. The report, sponsored by Radware and...