Facing multiple hacking attempts on its business email servers worldwide, Microsoft has reiterated the warning that patching a system does not necessarily remove the access of the attacker.
"If they push ransomware to this, we're going to have the worst day ever." Unfortunately that is exactly what happened.
Admins in many businesses report indicators of compromise from an Exchange zero-day vulnerability. Don't assume you're not a target. Investigate for signs of the attack and patch now.
Chrome says the extension contains malware
The agency said the malware has already compromised more than 150 organizations and provided insight into its ransomware-as-a-service behavior.
At the end of the day, one of the best things you can do for your e-commerce business is to make sure your network and website are as protected as possible.
Keeping data backups offsite greatly reduces your ransomware risk
Anyone who receives such texts or emails should ignore them or delete them. Never click on links because you might download malware onto your computer. In some cases, fake phishing scams might ask for a person’s bank account information and insist $1,000 or more will be deposited directly into his...
In the first instalment of this two-article series we will be looking at cybersecurity habits to avoid when using your computing devices
A week ago, a concerned Naked Security reader shared with us a “send us money or else” email that was a bit different from others he’d received in the past. The claims and the demands followed a predictable theme – one that we call sextortion because of the connection between sexuality and extortion. Simply...