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March 19, 2020
We’re prepared to help with your COVID-19 response. Learn more. Offices in prior decades were built primarily with an on-premises state of mind. In order to do work, you had to drive to the office, work on a desktop or stationary computer, and authenticate locally to your on-prem Active Directory® or LDAP server. Beyond the...
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While the world is feeling frightened by the coronavirus pandemic, cybercriminals are taking full advantage of the situation by finding new ways to trick people into installing malware.  According to the latest research by security firm Checkpoint, hackers are using “COVID-19” code to sell malware and exploitation tools on the dark web. For example, below is...
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When it comes to antivirus software, some vendors are hailing machine learning as the silver bullet to malware — but how much truth is there to these claims? In today’s post, we’re going to take a look at how machine learning is used in antivirus software and whether it really is the perfect security solution....
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A growing trend of Coronavirus-related fraud has seen reports of scams increase by 400% within the space of a month, City of London Police has warned. The force said there had been 105 reports to Action Fraud, the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime, with total losses reaching nearly £970,000. The first Covid-19...
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Thanks to Michelle Farenci and the Sophos Security Team for their help with this article. Cybercriminals really do know no limits. Remember sextortion, where they say they’ll spam your friends and family with x-rated photos of you that they got via malware? At least, they will unless you pay them $2000. Well, the Sophos Security...
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A third-party service provider to Rogers Communications left open a database used for marketing purposes, exposing customer PII. The Canadian telecom provider did not name the firm involved, nor the number of people affected, but reported that the incident was uncovered on Feb. 26, 2020 and involved the service provider leaving a database open to...
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Frequency matters. We know from our 10th annual State of Software Security report (SOSS) that when development teams scan their code for security more than 300 times per year, they can reduce their security debt by five times. That???s five times less risk carried around by developers, freeing them up to focus on improving processes...
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CheckPoint told SC Media that among new Coronavirus domains registered in past three weeks, .8 percent are malicious and another 19 percent are considered suspicious. Overall, 16,000 new Coronavirus-related domains have been registered since early January 2020. Topics: Web Security Original Source link
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The research report on Dark Analytics Market provides a comprehensive analysis of the market status and development trend, including types, applications, growth, opportunities, rising technology, competitive landscape and product offerings of key players. Dark Analytics Market report covers the present and past market scenarios, market development patterns, and is likely to proceed with a continuing...
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Hackers rarely let a good crisis go unexploited, and the coronavirus has proven to be no exception. Multiple law enforcement alerts have detailed the dramatic spike in the use of COVID-19 themes by cyber criminals as a way to lure unsuspecting users into downloading malware. Such scams are garnering a lot of attention, and executives across America...
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The collections contained information collected by a UK research firm on data breaches from the years 2012 to 2019. An open Elasticsearch instance has exposed more than 5 billion records in an incident discovered on March 16. The irony is that the data in two Elasticsearch collections appears to be information on data breaches collected...
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WordPress powers a lot of websites on the Internet. So it’s no surprise that seasoned attackers and “script-kiddies” like to target WordPress websites. Whether you’re a webmaster, or a security professional, when tasked with assessing the security posture of a WordPress website, it tends to help to be aware of common security pitfalls attackers typically...
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Certain members of the cybercriminal community, including a few malware developers and operators, have reportedly expressed a willingness to avoid attacking health care companies and other organizations that are key to battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, two cyber firms have pledged to offer free services to health care organizations hit by ransomware. BleepingComputer this week...
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It turns out federal agencies need a lot more resources to scale up and support large-scale telework for their employees to respond to the rapidly evolving coronavirus pandemic. Extra telework support is at the top of the list for many, and it’s part of a $45.8 billion request the White House made Tuesday to Congress...
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Malicious COVID-19 domains and special virus-themed sales on the dark web are two ways criminals are using the outbreak to ramp up business, said security provider Check Point. Coronavirus: Hackers are exploiting the COVID-19 outbreak to steal your information Karen Roby interviewed a cybersecurity expert about a different threat than COVID-19 brings. The coronavirus is...
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Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via the DEF CON Conference YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27 Monero Village – Daniel Kim’s ‘Keynote Speech: Monero Introduction And Investor Perspective’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. Source link
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The novel coronavirus has impacted the global economy, daily life, and human health around the world, changing how people work and interact everyday. But in addition to the pressing threat the virus poses to human health, these rapid changes have also created an environment in which hackers, scammers, and spammers all thrive. Coronavirus phishing scams...
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A new organization has been established in the United States to share information regarding cyber-threats with political campaigns. The US CyberDome PC-ISAO is the first-ever political campaign information sharing and analysis organization to be created in America. It was formed by neutral American non-profit organization US CyberDome and officially launched on March 11. “US CyberDome is a...
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So-called ‘malware-free attacks’—cyberattacks that do not rely on downloadable files or software—now account for 51% of all cyberattacks according to CrowdStrike’s latest threat report. The data, collected in 2019, is up 11% in comparison to the previous year, when only 40% of cyberattacks were carried out in this way. The trend marks a shift in...
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Twitter has released new content guidelines regarding tweets that may help spread Coronavirus that will hunt down those that misinform the public, in much the same way the company is trying to protect elections. The company will now remove content that hinders people in some manner from seeking out the proper care for the virus...
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