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Will the cloud be a safe haven for data in 2017?
Experts offer differing opinions on where cloud security is headed.
enSilo 2017 Predictions: The Threat Landscape, Security Market and Cybersecurity Policy in the Year Ahead
The rise of ransomware and other threat vectors in 2016 was record-breaking and left enterprises compromised and unsure of how to protect themselves in the new era of cyber threats. Meanwhile, the push towards cybersecurity legislation pending a new administration in the U.S. has left CISOs wondering how they'll be helped or hurt in the year ahead. What's certain is that we're sure to see some drastic changes throughout the complete lifecycle of security in 2017- from evolving threats, to the business market and U.S. legislation.
Windows Chief Slams Google for Premature Vulnerability Alert
Microsoft officials appeared to be fuming this week over Google's disclosure
of a 0-day vulnerability just days after alerting the company. The company said yesterday a patch will be available next week and said Google should have waited. Google defended its decision to disclose the vulnerability, saying it's a serious flaw that has been actively exploited.
Google and Microsoft in dust-up over vulnerability disclosure
Ten days after privately disclosing an actively exploited, critical Windows vulnerability to Microsoft Corporation, Google's Threat Analysis Group went public with the flaw, despite the lack of a patch.
Microsoft Fires Back At Google For Windows 0-Day Disclosure
Software giant to issue patch on Nov. 8. Meanwhile, Russian hacker group exploits flaw in targeted attacks.
All Windows versions potentially exposed to cyberattacks thanks to new code injection Atom Bombing
Hackers can potentially target and attack all Windows versions thanks to a new attack mechanism uncovered by security researchers in the Windows OS (operating system). Threat actors could leverage the new technique to inject malicious code onto users' PCs.
New code injection attack works on all Windows versions
Researchers from security outfit enSilo have uncovered a new code injection technique that can be leveraged against all Windows versions without triggering current security solutions.
Windows Atom Tables popped by security researchers
Wonderful: a security researcher has found a way to abuse the system-level Atom Tables in Windows – all versions of Windows, through to Win 10.
New Windows code injection method could let malware bypass detection
Malware could abuse a legitimate Windows feature to inject malicious code into other processes, researchers warn