Cyber Security

Lucky Bait, Microsoft still phishers favorite

According to Check Point, Microsoft is top dog when it comes to phishing lures, with its products and services featuring in nearly 20% of...

Windows Defender as bait, Qbot strikes again

As if it wasn't threatening enough, Qbot has now been spotted using a new template for the distribution of their malware that uses Windows...

SonicWall VPN, critical portal bug found

Hear hear, another VPN bug. This time SonicWall VPN is in the cross hairs. Researchers at Tripwire just revealed a critical security vulnerability in the...

Prime Day Scams: it’s time

Prime Day is Amazon’s largest event of the year. But as we prepare for two days of discounts and deals extravaganza, phishers and scammers...

Microsoft Azure open to New Vulnerabilities

Two brand new vulnerabilities related to Microsoft Azure have just been revealed by the researchers at Intezer. The flaws, which existed in a popular cloud...

Apple in trouble? Researchers find over 50 vulnerabilities

It's not as often that we hear about Apple's services and products being ripe with vulnerabilities. But over the last few months a team of...

Zerologon, first exploits spotted

Zerologon, probably one of the most dangerous vulnerability spotted in the last few years, is reportedly been exploited in the wild by Iranian state-sponsored...

Microsoft Exchange Servers: still vulnerable!

Around eight months ago Microsoft released a fix for its vulnerable Microsoft exchange servers. At the time the risk revolved around a bug that allowed...

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Advertising of ransomware was banned on the XSS hacker forum

The administration of the popular hacker forum XSS (formerly DaMaGeLab) has banned the advertising and sale of any ransomware...

One of the subgroups of Darkside has hacked the supplier of video surveillance systems

Mandiant experts report that a hack group, which previously worked with the ransomware group DarkSide, hacked the website of an unnamed...

Avaddon malware operators publish data decryption keys

Operators of the ransomware Avaddon stopped working and provided the Bleeping Computer with the keys to decrypt the victims' data. On the...

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28 dangerous extensions detected for Google Chrome and Microsoft Edge

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