Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Russia accused of massive GPS spoofing campaign

Russia has been hijacking signals sent by Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) systems such as GPS, researchers claim.


Spycam sex videos of 1,600 motel guests sold to paying subscribers

1,600 guests were filmed with hidden webcams that live-streamed the action. The site also sold videos.


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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Social Warfare WordPress Plugin Zero-Day: Details and Attack Data

In our earlier post, we issued a warning to users of the Social Warfare plugin regarding a zero-day vulnerability affecting their sites. At this time, the plugin’s developers have issued a patch for the flaw. All users are urged to update to version 3.5.3 immediately.


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Cybersecurity Basics for Small Businesses

If you are a small business owner or manager, you have a target on your back.   You face a special set of risks from cyber-crime exploits.  Most often, you do not have the financial resources to afford a full time IT support employee.  You do not have the budget for expensive Intrusion Prevention Systems (IPS), or Security Information and Event Management (SIEM) systems.  You might not even have a firewall, or ...

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WyzGuys the the Press

I am showing up online in places other than this blog, and I wanted to share two of the most recent mentions.

I was interviewed for an articles in Financier World magazine, and the article appears in the April 2019 issue.  The article is titled Cyber posture: the value proposition of security.

I recently reported on New WordPress Security Options, and my article was picked up and republished by ...

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New WordPress Security Options

I have developed some expertise around the area of WordPress security.  One of my clients has a WordPress site under development, and recently the web designer changed the name of the login URL from https://clientsite.com/wp-admin to https://clientsite.com/A9u3ycGH37.  Basically, the wp-admin page name had been replaced with random characters.  I found out when I tried to log in using the usual URL.  I wondered ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Botnet of Infected WordPress Sites Attacking WordPress Sites

This entry was posted in Research, Wordfence, WordPress Security on December 5, 2018

The Defiant Threat Intelligence team recently began tracking the behavior of an organized brute force attack campaign against WordPress sites. This campaign has created a botnet of infected WordPress websites to perform its attacks, which ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Passcodes are protected by Fifth Amendment, says court

You do not have to give your passcode to the police.  The courts say it amounts to self-incrimination.  The government isn’t really after the password, after all; it’s after any potential evidence it protects. In other words: fishing expedition.


ST15-003: Before You Connect a New Computer to the Internet

12/15/2015 ...

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