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A First Look At Hacking Campaign Vs Exim Servers

The Internet, including both the surface web and the Dark Web is currently being scanned by cybercriminals looking for vulnerable Exim servers, which currently has 57% market share of all existing email servers in the world. The Exim email server flaw documented under CVE-2019-10149 enables hackers to send malformed emails to a target Exim server

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Restaurants & Food Businesses, New Hacking Targets?

Restaurants, food, and beverage companies are not usual targets of cyber attacks, malware infection, ransomware infestation, and data breach attempts. However, a paradigm shift is currently happening, when threat actors are looking for new victims, new industries to focus on when it comes to their campaigns. The key ingredient of becoming an attractive potential victim

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Twitter Vulnerability that Allows to Tweet on Other People’s Behalf

After various social network hack, particularly with regards to Facebook, many have started giving careful consideration to the security of the social media account. Along these lines, a British security analyst as of late, figured out a genuine flaw on Twitter. Richard De Vere is an ethical hacker and security researcher, who reported about, the Twitter

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Is Zero-Trust Security Actually A Game Changer?

The big buzzword in the industry today is “zero-trust security.” It’s getting a lot of ink—but is it real? Is it practical? And for starters, what the heck is it, exactly? How Enterprises Protect Their Digital Stuff in an Evolving World Long ago, back in far simpler days, enterprises protected their networks by surrounding them

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Truth Or Lies? This Disinformation Plague Is Upending The World

As a new round of U.S. elections approach, accusations of electronic interference are flying around like crazy bats on a Halloween night! In early September, Facebook revealed it had identified more than $100,000 worth of divisive ads on controversial issues purchased by a shady Russian company with ties to the Kremlin. And that’s after other

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Beware Parents: Internet Creeps Are The New Halloween Monsters

If you are a parent, you likely know all about the tricks and treats of a festive Halloween. Costumes, candy, and energetic sugar rushes can be a lot of fun for everyone, but most adults with kids also have some real concerns about safety during this special night of trick or treating. Darkness, strangers, traffic,

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Hacking Your DNA: What You Need To Know About The Testing Dilemma

The fact that we can now unlock centuries of family health history and heritage through DNA testing is nothing short of a miracle. Who would have thought 100 years ago, much less 50 years ago, that we would be able to map diseases, solve crimes, or identify Fido’s unique combination of breeds through one simple

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The Audacity Of WannaCry Ransomware Is A Warning Not To Ignore

If history is any indication, all you need to unleash a memorable and highly debilitating cyberattack is some government hacking tools, an unpatched system, and some devious North Korean operatives. And in the case of WannaCry Ransomware, which did precisely that, it is possible to effectively paralyze one of the most vital industries in the

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