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ICS threats loom over U.S. electrical utilities

Dragos says Xenotime, the threat group behind a devastating ICS attack in 2017, has been probing the networks of U.S. electric utilities and also attempted network intrusions.

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The SANS Security Awareness Professional credential gives enterprises a new method to recognize and promote cybersecurity awareness in the organization.

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Rowhammer altered to steal data from memory

Security researchers developed a Rowhammer attack variant, called RAMBleed, that can steal data from memory and works even if systems are patched against Rowhammer.

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How subdomain takeover attacks work

Subdomain takeover exposure can happen when cloud-hosted web services are incompletely decommissioned, but configuration best practices can reduce the risks.

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    Dragos says Xenotime, the threat group behind a devastating ICS attack in 2017, has been probing the networks of U.S. electric utilities and also attempted network intrusions.

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    Rowhammer altered to steal data from memory

    Security researchers developed a Rowhammer attack variant, called RAMBleed, that can steal data from memory and works even if systems are patched against Rowhammer.

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