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New Android Zero-Day Actively Exploited for Targeted Cyber Attacks

A new zero-day is under active exploitation in the wild targeting Android users. Though the bug has already received the fix, it is still a severe security issue for most of the Chinese phones with modified OS or phones will no OS / Security updates. This vulnerability, CVE-2020-11261, is a high-severity bug and has received… Read More »New Android Zero-Day Actively Exploited for Targeted Cyber Attacks

How to Check if you’re Vulnerable to Microsoft Exchange Server zero-days

Microsoft Exchange Server is a mail server and calendaring server developed by Microsoft. It runs exclusively on Windows Server operating systems. The first version was called Exchange Server 4.0, to position it as the successor to the related Microsoft Mail 3.5. Exchange initially used the X.400 directory service but switched to Active Directory later. Until… Read More »How to Check if you’re Vulnerable to Microsoft Exchange Server zero-days

Researchers Identified that Amazon Alexa Can Learn Malicious Skills

While Amazon Alexa skills facilitate users in their day-to-day activities, this personal assistant can go malicious as well. Researchers have found that vicious skills can bypass the Amazon Alexa skill vetting process. Researchers from the Ruhr-Bochum University have found how malicious skills can flood Amazon Alexa. Alexa skills are like third-party apps that run on… Read More »Researchers Identified that Amazon Alexa Can Learn Malicious Skills

Manufacturers Industry Targeted: 156% Increase in Cyberattacks in Q1

A recent report shows that ransomware attacks were up 25 percent across all industries in Q1 of this year. No industry was safe but the manufacturing industry was shown to be the most at risk, with an increase in ransomware attacks of 156 percent. Not only are cyberattacks on manufacturers and fabricators skyrocketing but the… Read More »Manufacturers Industry Targeted: 156% Increase in Cyberattacks in Q1

Zoom – A Cautionary Tale in Remote Working

We’ve talked about how the rapid pivot to remote work has introduced a tremendous amount of new cybersecurity risks to companies. Teleconferencing has become an absolute necessity and some of the more popular teleconferencing applications have ran into widespread issues due to being overwhelmed by the volume of users. This has opened the door for… Read More »Zoom – A Cautionary Tale in Remote Working

Hackers Profiting Off Coronavirus with Phishing E-mails

Bad actors online love to prey on tragedy and fear to make a profit. Unfortunately, it seems as though coronavirus is no exception, and there are phishing emails circulating designed to capitalize on the worldwide pandemic. With the world in a panic, everyone should be even more vigilant when it comes to cybersecurity than ever.… Read More »Hackers Profiting Off Coronavirus with Phishing E-mails

U.S. Businesses Potentially Face Brunt of Iranian Retaliation for Soleimani Killing

Iran has vowed to retaliate against the United States following the killing of Iranian military commander Qassem Soleimani last week in Baghdad, Iraq, by a U.S. drone strike. The escalation of tensions between the two countries has caused concern on the web as “World War III” has been trending on Twitter and in Google searches.… Read More »U.S. Businesses Potentially Face Brunt of Iranian Retaliation for Soleimani Killing