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Curated daily news for March 2, 2021
Today’s articles include: Drive towards edge computing raises security concerns, Defense companies targeted with new malware, New whitepapers released on the impact of quantum computing on information security, and Security’s post-pandemic responsibility.
- Edge Computing Growth Drives New Cybersecurity Concerns
- Fixing the “Human Error” Problem
- Lazarus Targets Defense Companies with ThreatNeedle Malware
- Reducing Signup & Login Friction
- The Gopher in the Room: Analysis of GoLang Malware in the Wild
- PQShield publishes white paper series to educate business leaders on the quantum threat to information security
- Cybersecurity Gaps and Opportunities in the Logistics Industry
- Cybersecurity Responsibility in a Post-Pandemic World
|Tool Of The Day|
|Chimera – A (Shiny And Very Hack-Ish) PowerShell Obfuscation Script Designed To Bypass AMSI And Commercial Antivirus Solutions: Chimera is a PowerShell obfuscation script designed to bypass AMSI and antivirus solutions. It digests malicious PS1’s known to trigger AV and uses string substitution and variable concatenation to evade common detection signatures. Chimera was created for this write-up and is further evidence of how trivial it is to bypass detection signatures.|
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