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Chinese State-Actors Exploit Big Data for Financial Benefit

No doubt Big Data is helping organizations globally in growing their businesses at an unprecedented rate. It offers rich insights for decision-making and strategic...

CISOs are Struggling with Continuous Security Debts: Surveys

With the increase in the volume of cyberattacks, security leaders are changing their cybersecurity measures accordingly. However, cybercriminals too become consistent in advancing their...

Patch Now! Researchers Find Zero-Day Flaws in Google and Microsoft

The risks from cybercriminals exploiting zero-day vulnerabilities have become a continuous threat for organizations, globally. Recently, security experts from Kaspersky found a zero-day vulnerability...

Internet Swamped with Over 100K Pages Serving Malicious PDFs

Cybersecurity researchers found threat actors using search engines to lure business professionals into installing a Remote Access Trojan (RAT) inadvertently. According to an analysis from...

Saint Bot – A New Malware Downloader Spotted

Security experts from Malwarebytes discovered a new malware strain used in phishing attacks to install credential stealers and additional malware payloads. Tracked as Saint...

Malvertising Mayhem: Here’s Everything You Need to Know

Cybercriminals often create innovative malware variants and malicious campaigns to steal users’ identities or private information. In most malware-related attacks, threat actors deploy malware...

FBI Removes Malicious Web Shells from Microsoft Exchange Servers

The FBI executed a court-authorized operation to copy and delete malicious web shells from hundreds of vulnerable systems in the U.S. that were running...

97% of Organizations Suffered a Mobile Malware Attack in 2020

The number of threats that our mobile devices encounter increases every year and the risks from mobile malware has a large share in it....

NSA Alerts About Four Critical Vulnerabilities in Microsoft Exchange Servers

The National Security Agency (NSA) informed Microsoft about four critical vulnerabilities that could be exploited by attackers to compromise Microsoft Exchange Servers remotely. The...

U.K. NCSC Urges Brits to Avoid Pet’s Names as Passwords

One cannot ignore the importance of a strong password while improving security online. Using hard-to-guess passwords or passphrases provide optimum security to your devices...

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