CyberSecurity Blog

Be Careful Your Home Security Cameras Can Be Hacked

ICYMI: Various hackers around the world have found a new hobby. Recently, there has been a rise in “Swatting Attacks”, which have seen hackers take advantage of the notoriously weak or nonexistent security …http://dlvr.it/RqgsXQ

New PayPal Phishing Attempts Are After Your Account Info

Hackers and scammers have hit the ground running in 2021, launching an extensive new phishing campaign that targets the legions of PayPal users around the world. The campaign is being run on …http://dlvr.it/Rqfcj7

Brand New Ransomware Found On The Internet

Hackers around the world didn’t waste any time. New Year’s celebrations have barely ended, and already, we have our first reports of a new malware strain to help ring in 2021. Dubbed …http://dlvr.it/Rqb0zc

Kawasaki Is The Latest Company To Endure Data Breach

ICYMI: Japanese juggernaut Kawasaki Heavy Industries is the latest company to fall victim to a security breach. The company, which employs more than 35,000 people and has offices all over the globe recently …http://dlvr.it/RqZltt

Big Changes Coming To Microsoft Outlook In Coming Years

Microsoft has been moving toward a unified “single version” of Outlook that would offer a seamless user experience across all platforms and devices. Unfortunately, thus far, that objective has remained elusive. In …http://dlvr.it/RqWcLy

Appliance Maker Whirlpool Suffers Ransomware Attack

ICYMI: In 2020, hackers around the world have increasingly gravitated to ransomware as their preferred method of attack. This year, there have been dozens of high-profile, successful attacks on companies around the world. …http://dlvr.it/RqW1yN

Microsoft Patch Tuesday, January 2021 Edition

Microsoft today released updates to plug more than 80 security holes in its Windows operating systems and other software, including one that is actively being exploited and another which was disclosed prior to today. Ten of the flaws earned Microsoft’s most-dire “critical” rating, meaning they could be exploited by malware or miscreants to seize remote…
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SolarWinds: What Hit Us Could Hit Others

New research into the malware that set the stage for the megabreach at IT vendor SolarWinds shows the perpetrators spent months inside the company’s software development labs honing their attack before inserting malicious code into updates that SolarWinds then shipped to thousands of customers. More worrisome, the research suggests the insidious methods used by the…
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Hacker Attacks On Healthcare Industry Are On The Rise

In the early days of the pandemic, several major groups of hackers pledged that their activities would not be aimed at institutions that were engaged in vaccine research. There was at least …http://dlvr.it/RqR4Q0

Millions Of Windows 7 Users Remain Despite Support Ending

ICYMI: One year ago, Microsoft officially ended support for the venerable Windows 7 operating system. No new security patches have been issued, which means that anyone running a Windows 7 machine at this …http://dlvr.it/RqQsXZ