Researchers Uncover New Attempts by Qakbot Malware to Evade Detection

2022-07-13 - The operators behind the Qakbot malware are transforming their delivery vectors in an attempt to sidestep detection. "Most recently, threat actors have transformed their techniques to evade detection by using ZIP file extensions, enticing file names with common formats, and Excel (XLM) 4.0 to trick victims into downloading malicious attachments that install Qakbot," Zscaler Threatlabz

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Microsoft Releases Fix for Zero-Day Flaw in July 2022 Security Patch Rollout

2022-07-13 - Microsoft released its monthly round of Patch Tuesday updates to address 84 new security flaws spanning multiple product categories, counting a zero-day vulnerability that's under active attack in the wild. Of the 84 shortcomings, four are rated Critical, and 80 are rated Important in severity. Also separately resolved by the tech giant are two other bugs in the Chromium-based Edge browser, one

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

TikTok Postpones Privacy Policy Update in Europe After Italy Warns of GDPR Breach

2022-07-13 - Popular video-sharing platform TikTok on Tuesday agreed to pause a controversial privacy policy update that could have allowed it to serve targeted ads based on users' activity on the social video platform without their permission to do so. The reversal, reported by TechCrunch, comes a day after the Italian data protection authority — the Garante per la Protezione dei Dati Personali — warned the

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

Avoiding Death by a Thousand Scripts: Using Automated Content Security Policies

2022-07-12 - Businesses know they need to secure their client-side scripts. Content security policies (CSPs) are a great way to do that. But CSPs are cumbersome. One mistake and you have a potentially significant client-side security gap. Finding those gaps means long and tedious hours (or days) in manual code reviews through thousands of lines of script on your web applications. Automated content security

Source:, The Hacker News

Microsoft Windows Autopatch is Now Generally Available for Enterprise Systems

2022-07-12 - Microsoft on Monday announced the general availability of a feature called Autopatch that automatically keeps Windows and Office software up-to-date on enrolled endpoints. The launch, which comes a day before Microsoft is expected to release its monthly round of security patches, is available for customers with Windows Enterprise E3 and E5 licenses. It, however, doesn't support Windows Education

Source:, Ravie Lakshmanan

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