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Cybercriminals can exploit Microsoft Remote Desktop Protocol (RDP) as a powerful tool to amplify distributed denial-of-service (DDoS attacks), new research has found. Attackers can abuse RDP to launch UDP reflection/amplification attacks with an amplification ratio of 85.9:1, principal engineer Roland Dobbins and senior network security analyst Steinthor Bjarnason from Netscout said in a report published […]

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Security experts are warning hackers are ramping up attempts to exploit a high-severity vulnerability that may still reside in over 100,000 Zyxel Communications products. Zyxel, a Taiwanese manufacturer of networking devices, on Dec. 23 warned of the flaw in its firmware (CVE-2020-29583) and released patches to address the issue. Zyxel devices are generally utilized by […]

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A government-authorized not-for-profit organization, FINRA regulates over 624,000 brokerage firms in the United States. Overseen by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), FINRA enforces compliance with its own-issued rules, registers and trains broker-dealer personnel, and offers regulatory services for equities and options markets, among others. In a recently issued notice, the organization warned brokerage firms […]

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