Hackers Beware

I know you are all tired of seeing the word “hacker” everywhere. But to be honest, i’m certain it will only become more relevant as we move forward. Due to hackers playing such a prominent role in the modern world, our constant efforts to fight hackers and the ransomware and malware they bring forth will

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Hackers, and their modern day affect

The government has always had a side of it that is less than reputable, usually when it involves the interference of other countries and governments under the guise of “for our own good”. However as of late, it seems the government isn’t what we need to worry about when it comes to interference in others’

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Hackers backed by Lebanese government affect thousands

Once again, hackers have made the headline! Supposedly, some hackers backed by the Lebanese government have had a phishing scam in progress for several years. Recently, a group of security researchers have discovered a simple but obviously effective hacking method, that has been linked to affecting thousands of people. The location of the hacks have

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Hackers take aim at the Winter Olympics

2017 was a big year for technology and it’s hacking abusers. With the new year already in progress we were all hoping for a nice downtime from the bad news and potential dangers. Sadly that isn’t the case right now. Recently reported were attempts of maleware infection affecting those involved in the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.

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Forever 21…for the hackers with new credit card information

Hello all! We hope everyone had a nice relaxing holiday before the new year was rang in! Unfortunately during the holiday rest, someone got a little too relaxed. The known clothing company “Forever 21” was a victim of another security breach for the 2017 year. The popular clothing store had apparently been hit with malware

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Companies who have been breached are still confident in their defenses

There has been a lot of articles and news covering companies and businesses who have security breaches and had people’s vulnerable information out in the hands of some hackers. Despite this news, APAC organisations are still confident in their online security measures, and feel like they don’t need to change or enhance those measures. Fortinet

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Update on the wild Bad Rabbit

Ukraine speaks out on the Bad Rabbit running rampant in Russia, stating that the hackers behind the NotPetya virus were the probable group responsible for the release of Bad Rabbit. A Ukrainian official stated that the attacks from Bad Rabbit could have been mitigated greatly had organisations followed the recommended methods of malware handling, as

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WPA2 protocol leaves all access points vulnerable! Including yours!

Recently, some online researchers have discovered a fatal flaw in the WPA2 protocol. This flaw can affect anyone and everyone that is involved with Wi-Fi access. This flaw allows potential attackers to manipulate vulnerable information such as passwords, e-mails, and other encrypted data, whilst intercepting that information they may also leave ransomware or other malicious

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TransUnion, rival of Equifax having the same breach issues!

Apparently Equifax isn’t the only one having issues with the security of their website.  TransUnion’s website has been leading unsuspecting costumers to a false Flash update as well. A researcher from AV provider Malwarebytes has stated that transunioncentroamerica.com is sending visitors to fraudulent update pages and other forms of malicious sites. Just like Equifax, TransUnion

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