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# Krebs On Security

  • Does Your Organization Have a Security.txt File? Mon, 20 Sep 2021 21:57:27 +0000
    It happens all the time: Organizations get hacked because there isn't an obvious way for security researchers to let them know about security vulnerabilities or data leaks. Or maybe it isn't entirely clear who should get the report when remote access to an organization's internal network is being sold in the cybercrime underground.In a bid to minimize these scenarios, a growing number of major companies are adopting "Security.txt," a proposed new Internet standard that helps organizations describe their vulnerability disclosure practices and preferences.
  • Trial Ends in Guilty Verdict for DDoS-for-Hire Boss Fri, 17 Sep 2021 01:22:31 +0000
    A jury in California today reached a guilty verdict in the trial of Matthew Gatrel, a St. Charles, Ill. man charged in 2018 with operating two online services that allowed paying customers to launch powerful distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks against Internet users and websites. Gatrel's conviction comes roughly two weeks after his co-conspirator pleaded guilty to criminal charges related to running the services.
  • Customer Care Giant TTEC Hit By Ransomware Wed, 15 Sep 2021 21:31:08 +0000
    TTEC, [NASDAQ: TTEC], a company used by some of the world's largest brands to help manage customer support and sales online and over the phone, is dealing with disruptions from a network security incident that appears to be the result of a ransomware attack, KrebsOnSecurity has learned.

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