If you “donate” bitcoin, don’t expect to get anything in return with this “Elon Musk Mutual Aid Fund” cryptocurrency phishing scam.
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According to cybersecurity companies, media reports and Microsoft itself, threat actors are actively exploiting security flaws in Azure’s Open Management Infrastructure framework that Microsoft disclosed as part of this months’ cumulative security updates. The vulnerabilities are in the Open Management Infrastructure (OMI) framework, which Microsoft calls an open-source Web-Based Enterprise Management implementation for managing Linux […]
Cybersecurity software provider Bitdefender has made available a free universal decryption key for victims of REvil/Sodinokibi ransomware that had their data encrypted by hackers using the ransomware variant before July 13. According to the company, the key was created in collaboration with a “trusted law enforcement partner” and can help victims restore their files and […]
Cybercriminal groups Grief Corp and RagnorLocker are jumping on the “we’ll burn your data if you get a negotiator” bandwagon.
When rEvil went dark over the summer, some thought that the U.S. government’s pressure on Russia for allowing ransomware gangs to operate in the country was paying off. However, the ransomware gang that leveraged the Kaseya platform to infect over 1,000 organizations has since resurfaced, and there are no clear signs that the Russian government […]
Nearly half of CIOs plan to make changes in their hybrid work processes by using more automation and relying less on institutional knowledge.
Microsoft, Google, Apple and Adobe issued dozens of security patches this week, including some that fixed critical zero-day vulnerabilities. Chief among them are fixes to the Microsoft MSHTML remote code execution vulnerability that is being actively exploited, a patch that fixes an iOS bug in CoreGraphics that could allow remote code execution that is under […]
College football team names and mascots appear more than 77 million times on breached password lists, according to SPECOPS.
Cyberattacks continue to be a thorn in the side of organizations around the world, and there is really no sign of a slowdown in ransomware and other cyberattacks. If you’re in the IT field, chances are you have a working knowledge of cybersecurity standards and can build, maintain, manager and monitor a secure network. However, […]
IT admins expecting to upgrade to the new version of Windows 11 may want to take this as an opportunity to audit their hardware.