Microsoft is rolling out passwordless login support over the coming weeks, allowing customers to sign in to Microsoft accounts without using a password.
Threat actors used a Safari zero-day flaw to send malicious links to government officials in Western Europe via LinkedIn before researchers from Google discovered and reported the vulnerability.
The Windows Server 2022 will be available before the end of 2021, primarily bringing the concept of Secure Core from Windows client to the server world with Secure Core Servers combining the Windows Containers improvements.
A Compromise Assessment Test is a hunting test for suspicious activities on every layer of the suspected network to detect unknown security breaches, malware, and signs of unauthorized access. More specifically, the assessment seeks to find attackers currently in the environment or who have been active in the recent past.
Ransomware groups have always taken a more-is-more approach. If a victim pays a ransom and then goes back to business as usual-hit them again. Or don’t just encrypt a target’s systems; steal their data first, so you can threaten to leak it if they don’t pay up. The latest escalation? Ransomware hackers who encrypt a victim’s data twice at the same time.
US-Japanese cybersecurity firm Trend Micro disclosed on Wednesday that a threat actor began using a bug in its antivirus products to gain admin rights on Windows systems as part of its attacks.
Updated on 07/04: We updated our personal data leak checker database with more than 780,000 email addresses associated with this leak. Use it to find out if your LinkedIn profile has been scraped by the threat actors.
Younger employees and caregivers report more stress than other groups– and more shadow IT usage. Stressed-out employees in a remote-working world could be a major contributor to poor cybersecurity postures for companies, according to a survey.
Following the DearCry ransomware attacks reported on last week, another ransomware gang has also started to target vulnerable Exchange servers with another ransomware, called Black KingDom.
The malicious app spreads the BlackRock malware, which steals credentials from 458 services — including Twitter, WhatsApp, Facebook and Amazon.