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Twitter Hack Meltdown: phishing is the culprit

The Twitter hack meltdown that happened a few week ago which has made the news everywhere and involved the profiles of celebrities and politicians...

Dell PowerEdge Server, trouble on the horizion?

Crisis averted for Dell PowerEdge servers, after a group of researchers disclosed details of a recently patched, high-severity flaw, which if exploited could allow...

VPN users beware, this flaw could compromise your entire infrastructure

VPN have been one of the "stars" of this pandemic era. Office workers and companies alike relied upon it so much that it has...

Emotet is back, but how do we know if we are being targeted?

After a break of five months Emotet is back with a vengeance with a new and massive malspam campaign - detected on the 17th...

Fake Sharepoint messages, Office 365 credentials at risk

There's no stopping Phishers as it seems right now. Threat actors are now beginning to leverage fake automated messages from Sharepoint, Microsoft's own collaborative...

Cisco Network Security may be compromised by this flaw

Cisco has just warned that a high-severity flaw in its network security software is being currently leveraged and exploited by threat actors. The flaw, according...

Oops! Lazarus back at it with a new Multi-Platform Malware Framework

Windows, Linux, and even macOS operating systems, seems like nobody is safe from Lazarus Group new multi-platform malware framework. Designed to infiltrate corporate entities around...