Articles on cyber-security and latest trends
How Effective Is Security Training in Preventing Cyber Attacks?
Do your security controls work?
How Does a DMARC Generator Minimize Fraudulent Emails & Phishing?
By prohibiting fraudsters from using your domain, the DMARC is essentially an email verification system that is intended to safeguard you from being scammed, phished, falsified, or a variety of other cybercrimes.
Zero-Day Exploits Are No Longer An Issue For Apple Users
On Wednesday, Apple released 13 fixes for serious security bugs on macOS and 10 fixes for flaws on iOS/iPadOS. These include fixes for two zero-day bugs, one of which may have been used by attackers in the wild.
How Redline Malware Uses Omicron to Fool Users
Malware is using Covid-19 as a tool.
North Korean Hackers Took Advantage of a Chrome zero-day Vulnerability Before the Patch Was Released
Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) said that hacker groups have exploited the Remote Code Execution (RCE) vulnerability that is being monitored in Chrome.
Newest Tricks Used in TrickBot Trojan
The Titan TrickBot Trojan implemented a fantastic debugging protection feature. Before the researchers can even begin to investigate the malicious code, it detects security analysis and disables their browsers.
Latest AT&T Report on Cybersecurity Insights
Reports on cybersecurity were provided by AT&AT.
Details Behind the REvil Ransomware Group’s Arrest
The Russian Federal Security Service, or FSB, recently announced the arrest of REvil, a ransom group. In Russia and around the world, the hacker organization is known by this moniker.
The Importance of Password Protection Intelligence
Password protection has a number of well-known disadvantages. One of them, though, has gotten remarkably little notice. That’s how and when businesses can find out if their data has been hacked by outsiders.