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    Root Causes - A PKI & Security Podcast

    EPISODE 368

    Broadcast Date:
    March 13, 2024

    9 minutes

    Podcast Mar 13, 2024

    Root Causes 368: CRYSTALS-Kyber Is Now ML-KEM

    CRYSTALS-Kyber now has the new official name of Module Lattice-based Key Encryption Module, or ML-KEM. We give an update on the NIST round 3 winners.

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    New Vcurms Malware Targets Popular Browsers for Data Theft

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 12, 2024

    Cybersecurity researchers at Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs have discovered a new threat called Vcurms malware targeting popular browsers and apps for login and data theft. They urge security updates and caution with emails.

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    Microsoft: Russian Hackers Gained Access to Source Code Repositories During January Attack

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 12, 2024

    An update from Microsoft on the January attack by Russian hackers indicates that it was more damaging than originally reported, with the Midnight Blizzard group accessing “some” of the company’s internal systems and source code.

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    The Gately Report: AI Provides Massive Opportunity for Check Point Partners

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 11, 2024

    In January, we reported that Nobelium aka Midnight Blizzard, the Russian nation-state hacking group behind the massive SolarWinds attack, targeted Microsoft, compromising a small number of email accounts, including those belonging to senior staff.

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    Russian Hackers Gained Access to Microsoft Source Code, Customer Secrets

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 11, 2024

    In a sobering update released March 8th, Microsoft has revealed that the Russian state-sponsored hacking group Midnight Blizzard, also tracked as Nobelium, has gained unauthorized access to some of the company's source code repositories and internal systems. This follows an initial breach of Microsoft's corporate email systems detected in January 2024.

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    Russian Hackers Access Source Code in Ongoing Attack on Microsoft

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 11, 2024

    The Russian state-sponsored bad actors who hacked into the corporate email accounts of executives at Microsoft are taking another run at the IT giant, this time using information stolen then to access the company’s source code repositories and other internal systems now.

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    What is a Private CA? How to manage internal certificates

    A Blog Post from Sectigo

    Blog Post Mar 11, 2024

    Secure internal communications with Sectigo private CA solution. Cost-effective, flexible and robust. Explore benefits, setup and solution selection.

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    Sectigo Sponsors CloudFest 2024

    A Press Release from Sectigo

    Press Release Mar 07, 2024

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., — March 7, 2024 — Sectigo®, the industry’s most innovative provider of comprehensive certificate lifecycle management (CLM), and website cybersecurity announced today its sponsorship of CloudFest 2024, March 18-21 in Europa-Park, Germany.

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    Root Causes - A PKI & Security Podcast

    EPISODE 367

    Broadcast Date:
    March 7, 2024

    8 minutes

    Podcast Mar 07, 2024

    Root Causes 367: Did an IoT Toothbrush Botnet Perform DDoS Attacks?

    A story circulated earlier this year about a botnet composed of millions of IoT toothbrushes, which later was debunked. We tell you the whole tale.

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    CryptoChameleon Phishing Scam Targets Crypto Users and FCC Employees

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 06, 2024

    So far, the CryptoChameleon phishing scam has successfully phished over 100 victims, with many still active.

    Lookout has discovered a multi-pronged phishing campaign, dubbed “CryptoChameleon,” that mimics legitimate login pages for cryptocurrency platforms and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) via mobile devices.

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    NIST Unveils Cybersecurity Framework 2.0 with Key Upgrades

    A News Article from Sectigo

    News Article Mar 06, 2024

    The U.S. National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has released version 2.0 of its landmark Cybersecurity Framework (CSF), a comprehensive update aimed at helping organizations better manage and reduce cybersecurity risks across all sectors and sizes.

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    SMB cybersecurity best practices for 2024

    A Blog Post from Sectigo

    Blog Post Mar 05, 2024

    Small businesses face constant cyber threats. To safeguard, adopt a layered, automated cybersecurity approach. Explore resources & best practices in 2024.