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Threatpost RSA Conference 2018 Preview Threatpost's Tom Spring and Lindsey O'Donnell talk about the top security trends that they are watching out for at the 2018 RSA Conference this week in San Francisco.
Calls For Regulation Build After Facebook Privacy Fallout Political actors and privacy activists are calling for more regulations on data privacy after Facebook's data security scandal.
New ‘Early Bird’ Code Injection Technique Helps APT33 Evade Detection Researchers have identified what they are calling an Early Bird code injection technique used by the Iranian group APT33 to burrow the TurnedUp malware inside infected systems while evading anti-malware tools.
AMD Rolls Out Spectre Fixes AMD notified users about new available Spectre CPU firmware and Windows 10 patches.

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Cybercriminals Target Kodi Media Player for Malware Distribution

A recent cryptomining campaign shows criminal ingenuity.

Adwind RAT Scurries By AV Software With New DDE Variant

The spam campaign mostly targets victims in Turkey and Germany.

Assessing the Human Element in Cyber Risk Analysis

The human factor doesn't have to be an intangible when assessing cyber risks within a company.

Tricky DoS Attack Crashes Mozilla Firefox

There are currently no mitigations for the Firefox attack, a researcher told Threatpost.

Podcast: Two Billion IoT Devices Still Vulnerable to BlueBorne Bug

Up to two billion devices are still vulnerable to the BlueBorne IoT attack - and may not ever get a patch.

Critical Vulnerability Found in Cisco Video Surveillance Manager

Cisco has patched vulnerability in its video surveillance manager software that could give an unauthenticated, remote attacker the ability to execute arbitrary commands on targeted systems.

Twitter Flaw Exposed Direct Messages To External Developers

The company said it has issued a patch for the issue, which has been ongoing since May 2017.

Delphi Packer Looks for Human Behavior Before Deploying Payload

Many different threat actors are using this crypting service/tool for their operations, possibly buying it from the developer itself.

Unpatched Microsoft Zero-Day in JET Allows Remote Code-Execution

Microsoft said that it's working on a fix for a zero-day flaw in its JET Database Engine.