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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...

South Korea’s PIPC Imposes Fines on Microsoft and Five Others Over...

South Korea has been known for making huge strides in technological advancements. With companies like Hyundai, LG, and Samsung being the flag bearers, it...

How SolarWinds Hackers ‘Nobelium’ Used Constant Contact in Mass Phishing Campaign

Nation state-backed cyberattacks have become widespread more than ever.  They often leave a bad impression on the cybersecurity readiness of a nation. For instance,...

Snip3: A New Crypter-as-a-Service that Deploys Multiple RATs

Microsoft discovered a spear-phishing campaign in the wild targeting airline, cargo, and travel industries with multiple Remote Access Trojans (RATs). The technology giant stated...

Designing a Secure Remote Future with Windows Remote Desktop Protocol

As COVID-19 drove many employees into remote work, IT departments rushed to get everyone online with access to the data and applications they needed...

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...

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...

Everything You Need to Know About Dictionary Attacks

Cybercriminals leverage several ways to illicitly obtain users’ login credentials and break into their systems. At the same time, poor password practices of users...

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