From BetaNews: Adwind remote access Trojan makes a comeback and it’s got smarter

The Adwind cross-platform, malware-as-a-service Trojan has been around since 2012. Spread by phishing emails claiming to be invoices, purchase orders, and requests for quotations, it’s aimed at high value targets like finance departments. While it neve…

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From DZone.com Feed: How to Integrate SSO Into Your Application

If you’re living in the 21st century, you’ve likely used a mobile app or cloud app which requires some form of authentication. Often times, you’ll get two choices, a Single Sign-On (SSO) option using a login you already use frequently, let’s say Goo…

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From TechCrunch: Capital One begins journey as a software vendor with the release of Critical Stack Beta

 If every company is truly a software company, Capital One is out to the prove it. It was one of the early users of Critical Stack, a tool designed to help build security into the container orchestration process. In fact, it liked it so much it bo…

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From Latest news and stories from BleepingComputer.com: NoScript Add-On Updated for Firefox 57 and the New WebExtensions API

Six days after Mozilla launched Firefox 57, a revamped version of the Firefox browser, Giorgio Maone, the developer of the NoScript add-on, has updated NoScript to work with Firefox’s new WebExtensions add-ons API. […]

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From Latest news and stories from BleepingComputer.com: Intel Fixes Critical Bugs in Management Engine, Its Secret CPU-On-Chip

Intel published a security advisory last night detailing eight vulnerabilities that impact core CPU technologies such as the Intel Management Engine (ME), Intel Server Platform Services (SPS), and Intel Trusted Execution Engine (TXE). […]

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From The Next Web: Korean Bible reading app turns your Android phone into a botnet

A mischievous band of hackers is using the spirit of Christ to infect unsuspecting users. Researchers have discovered new malware which poses as a legitimate Google Play app for reading the Bible in Korean, but ultimately turns infected Android phones …

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From BetaNews: $31 million in tokens stolen from dollar-pegged cryptocurrency Tether

All eyes may be on the meteoric rise of Bitcoin at the moment, but it’s far from being the only cryptocurrency on the block. Startup Tether issued a critical announcement after it was discovered that “malicious action by an external attacker” had led t…

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From The Next Web: Researcher informs drone maker DJI about bugs, gets called a ‘hacker’ and threatened

Bug bounty programs are a great way for tech companies to crowdsource help in securing their products – and for skilled tech experts to make some money on the side. Sadly, that’s not how things went for researcher Kevin Finisterre when he pointed o…

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