A Hacker (likely Hacktivist) claims to have breached the Department of Justice’s network, and has dumped FBI and DHS employee records to prove it. If you think he used some advanced attack to crack the government’s systems, you’d be wrong
As part of a child pornography investigation, the FBI hacked into over 1,300 computers. But after Playpen was seized, it wasn’t immediately closed down, unlike previous dark web sites that have been shuttered” by law enforcement. Instead, the FBI ran Playpen from its own servers in Newington, Virginia, from February 20 to March 4, reads a complaint filed against a defendant in Utah
Usually, we discuss spear phishing as an external attack. However, a recent Department of Justice case proves insiders leverage spear phishing too. Watch today’s video to learn how a former Nuclear Regulatory Committee employee tried to spear phish his ex-coworkers, and how you might avoid such attacks
Last July, a still-anonymous hacker broke into the network belonging to the cyberweapons arms manufacturer Hacking Team, and dumped an enormous amount of its proprietary documents online. Kaspersky Labs was able to reverse-engineer one of its zero-day exploits from that data
Many Apple fans think their Macs are immune to malware. Unfortunately, Apple’s computers — though less targeted — are as susceptible to threats as any other computer. In fact, attackers can even evade OS X’s built-in anti-malware mechanism
Last month, I warned you that Microsoft planned to End-of-Life all version of Internet Explorer (IE) after January 12, except version 11. This means they will only release security updates for IE11 and the new Edge browser, so if you use Microsoft browsers you need to upgrade to stay safe. However, in today’s video I tell you why you need to upgrade to IE11 (or Edge) even if you don’t plan on using Microsoft’s browsers.
Why not start your new year security plan right by staying current with patches? Tuesday was Microsoft and Adobe’s monthly patch day
Wi-Fi access is becoming increasingly popular for businesses to attract and retain customers. From retail stores to hotels to hospitals, wireless access has gone mainstream and many companies are jumping on the bandwagon. While offering Wi-Fi to customers and employees certainly has its benefits, wireless access can ultimately doom any business if it’s not properly secured
Today, a few media outlets picked up on a new malicious spam campaign that masquerades as a missed WhatsApp message to deliver malware. However, this isn’t the first time cyber criminals have tried this trick.
Mozilla got serious about security early this new year by banning potentially weak certificates created using the SHA-1 hashing function. Unfortunately, many security vendors still use SHA-1, so this browser update broke some things. If you’ve been affected by the Firefox changes, or are concerned with our products stance on SHA-1 certificates, watch today’s video.