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SC Magazine | March 23, 2020
Attackers are exploiting unpatched Windows zero day flaws, Microsoft said in a Monday security advisory. The company said “limited targeted attacks” could leverage two unpatched remote code executive (RCE) vulnerabilities in Windows “when the Windows Adobe Type Manager Library improperly handles a specially crafted multi-master font – Adobe Type 1 PostScript format.” Among the ways a hacker could exploit the flaws is convincing users to open “a specially craft...
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BlackCloak | November 16, 2021
BlackCloak, Inc., the first Concierge Cybersecurity & Privacy™ Protection Platform for Executives and High-Profile Individuals, today officially unveiled proprietary deception technology to catch adversaries' brazen attempts to exploit a member's privacy, personal devices, or home networks.
Commonly referred to as a honeypot, BlackCloak's deception technology lures attackers interacting with a service by simulating a real-world home network. Cybercriminals an...
Cyware | March 07, 2020
Ransomware has been one of the most prolific cyber threats in recent years and it is unlikely that the menace due to this malware will stop any time soon. The first ransomware attack
The first instance of ransomware was observed in December 1989. Tracked as AIDS trojan, the ransomware was introduced to the world after it infected 20,000 floppy disks of delegates who had attended the World Health Organization’s AIDS conference in Stockholm.The disk contained malicious code that hid f...
Infosecurity | January 29, 2020
A South Carolina water company is recovering from a cyber-attack that took its phone and online payment systems offline for nearly a week. The cyber-attack on Greenville Water triggered a payment system outage that began on Wednesday, January 22. Company spokesperson Emerald Clark said 500,000 customers were affected by the incident. An investigation has been launched into the cyber-attack, the exact nature of which is yet to be revealed by Greenville Water. It's not yet known who targeted t...
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