|We explain the difference between regular phishing, whaling, and spear phishing, along with ways to avoid all three.
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A previously undocumented, financially motivated threat group has been connected to a string of data theft and extortion attacks on over 40 entities between September and November 2021.
The hacker collective, which goes by the self-proclaimed name Kar…
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FiddleZAP is a simplified version of EKFiddle for OWASP ZAP.With ZAP as your web proxy, you are able to flag malicious traffic based on predefined regular expressions.Example: Alert, highlighting and tagging when a regex matches on a string within the …
Infection chains associated with the multi-purpose Qakbot malware have been broken down into “distinct building blocks,” an effort that Microsoft said will help to proactively detect and block the threat in an effective manner.
The Microsoft 365 Defen…
Threat actors are actively weaponizing unpatched servers affected by the newly identified “Log4Shell” vulnerability in Log4j to install cryptocurrency miners, Cobalt Strike, and recruit the devices into a botnet, even as telemetry signs point to explo…
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