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FBI : Cyber-Criminals Target Misconfigured SonarQube Instances to Access Proprietary Source Code of US Government Agencies and Businesses 

Since April 2020, unidentified cyber actors have actively targeted vulnerable SonarQube instances to access source code repositories of US government agencies and private businesses, the FBI said in an alert sent out last month and made public this week on its website. The actors exploit known configuration…


How To Stop Online Sexual Harassment And Protect Yourself 

Online sexual harassment is just as much a crime as in-person sexual harassment. It can still inflict very real suffering and emotional distress on the target. Online sexual harassment simply does not involve any face-to-face interactions between the perpetrator and the target. Harassing behaviors can appear online on social media sites, forums, emails, and messenger systems. Both forms of sexual harassment can be significantly harmful to the victim.


Vulnerability Exposes Over 4 Million Sites Using WPBakery | Update IMMEDIATELY! 

Wordfence’s Threat Intelligence team discovered a vulnerability in WPBakery, a WordPress plugin installed on over 4.3 million sites. This flaw made it possible for authenticated attackers with contributor-level or above permissions to inject malicious JavaScript in posts. Wordfence’s Threat Intelligence has reached out to the plugin’s…


How To Hide Your Browsing History From ISPs 

our ISP tracks your clicks for a number of reasons. For them, your browsing history is a revenue stream. Many ISPs compile anonymous browsing logs and sell them to marketing companies. Some Internet providers are even moving to make privacy a premium add-on, using your Internet history to market to you in much the same way websites do, unless you pay an additional monthly fee.