Top 5 Best Ways to Keep Your Data Center Safe and Secure

Everybody knows by now that Cloud technology has changed our lives. So much so that it isn’t even news anymore: The Cloud is just there. It puts our lives at ease, of course, to know that our data and information is stored safely in data centers all over the world. These centers are encrypted, secured […]

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Hackers Launching DNS Hijacking Attack to Gain Access to Telecommunication & ISP Networks

DNS Hijacking Attack

Researchers discovered a new malicious campaign called “Sea Turtle,” attack public and private entities in various countries using DNS hijacking as a mechanism. State sponsored threat actors compromise at least 40 different organizations across 13 different countries during this malicious campaign in the first quarter of 2019. Attackers carried out highly persistent tactics and advanced […]

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Microsoft Hacked – Hackers Compromised The Microsoft Employee’s Account to Gain Access the Customers Email

Microsoft announced a data breach by unknown hackers who have compromised the Microsoft technical support agent’s credentials and gain access to some of the Microsoft customer’s Email. Cybercriminals breached the Microsoft network between January 1 and March 28 and compromise the Microsoft support agent’s credentials. Microsoft notified to the customer via Email on Friday said, […]

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WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested at Ecuadorian Embassy in London

Julian Assange arrested

The Wikileaks founder Julian Assange arrested at the Ecuadorean Embassy in London after Ecuador withdrew asylum provided to him. Julian Paul Assange is an Australian computer Hacker and the Founder & editor-in-chief of WikiLeaks. He also faces US federal conspiracy charges related to one of the largest ever leaks of most sensitive government secrets. Assange […]

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Now Use Your Android Phone as a Physical Security Key – Google’s New Advanced Two-factor Authentication

Android Phone as a Security Key

Google announced a new Two-factor authentication method let Android Phone to be used as a physical security key when users log into a Google account with the Chrome browser. This is a new era for 2-factor authentication which is one of the very effective and the most secure ways to log in your Google accounts. […]

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3-year-old boy Locked his Dad’s iPad until 2067 by Entering the wrong Password

3-year-old

A 3-year-old boy locked out his dad’s iPad for more than 48 years by entering the wrong password repeatedly. iPad lockout feature is a security feature with Apple devices, the kicks out whenever someone entering the wrong password. If you enter wrong password for six times it get you 1 minute lockout, 7 gives you […]

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FIN6 Hackers Group Targeting Enterprise Network to Deploy LockerGoga and Ryuk Ransomware

FIN6

FIN6 cybercrime group tied with a LockerGoga and Ryuk ransomware that targets the enterprise network in an engineering industry by compromising the internet facing system. Researchers from FireEye recently learning this incident from their customer’s network and the further investigation reveals that the FIN6 group was in the Initial stage of attack. FIN6 using publicly […]

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Podcast: Chris Vickery on UpGuard’s Discovery of Millions of Facebook Records

Chris Vickery with UpGuard, who discovered two datasets exposing millions of Facebook records, discusses his findings and the implications of data collection with Threatpost.

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Cisco Fixed Routers Vulnerabilities that Allows Hackers to Run Remote Code with Root Access

Cisco released security updates with the fixes for a serious security flaw that affected Cisco Small Business RV320 and RV325 Dual Gigabit WAN VPN Routers and Cisco HyperFlex Software. It consists of 6 vulnerabilities fixes, 4 vulnerabilities are marked under “High” severity and 2 vulnerabilities marked as “Medium” severity. An information disclosure vulnerability CVE-2019-1653 in […]

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Cynet Offers a Free Threat Assessment for Mid-Sized and Large Organizations – Take a Free Ride Now

Free Threat Assessment

Visibility into an environment attack surface is the fundamental cornerstone to sound security decision making. However, the standard process of 3rd party threat assessment as practiced today is both time consuming and expensive. Cynet changes the rules of the game with a free threat assessment offering based on more than 72 hours of data collection […]

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