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Microsoft Exposes Iran-linked APT Targeting U.S., Israeli Defense Tech Sectors

Microsoft Threat Intelligence Centre (MSTIC) observed DEV-0343, a new activity cluster, conducting extensive password spraying against more than 250 Office 365 tenants, with a...

Microsoft September 2021 Patch Tuesday: Mitigations and Workarounds

Microsoft released fixes for 60 security vulnerabilities in its latest September 2021 Patch Tuesday update. Out of 60 vulnerabilities, 56 were determined as important,...

Zero-day Vulnerability in Windows MSHTML Exploited

An unpatched Windows 10 vulnerability has been exploited once again and the bounty shared on hacking forums. A security advisory from Redmond shares that...

Indian Organizations Among Most Targeted for Ransomware; Most Pay Ransom

Most news on ransomware attacks is about U.S. organizations. We hear little about ransomware attacks in India, as few organizations report it. That’s not...

Biden Administration and Tech Giants Come Together to Raise Bar on...

Mitigating the rising cyberthreat landscape has become a national priority for the Biden Administration. Several government agencies and private tech companies such as Google,...

Alert! Fraudulent Call Centers Tricking Users to Download BazaLoader Malware

Microsoft 365 Defender Threat Intelligence Team uncovered an ongoing malware campaign tricking victims into downloading malware on the targeted systems. The campaign, dubbed as...

Chinese Hacking Group ‘DEV 0322’ Exploits SolarWinds Serv-U Software: Microsoft

The infamous SolarWinds attacks have left a severe impact on the cybersecurity landscape. While organizations are still recovering from its consequences, Microsoft recently warned...

Microsoft Raises Red Flag About Windows Print Spooler Vulnerability ‘PrintNightmare’

Despite regular security audits, several enterprises continue to suffer zero-day attacks more often. Unpatched vulnerabilities can give nightmares to organizations and allow a remote...

Microsoft Inadvertently Signed Netfilter Loaded with Rootkit Malware

Cyberattacks continue to evolve as threat actors often find or create new hacking methods to break into targeted organizational networks. Recently, Microsoft stated that unknown...

How Attackers Are Using SEO Poisoning to Deliver ‘SolarMarker’ Remote Access...

From malicious email attachments to weaponized PDFs, cybercriminals leverage various traps to target unwitting victims. At times, threat actors rely on old hacking techniques...

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