Phishing Summary Phishing attack has never been so innovative when it comes to deception. Latest report determines big consumer software companies like Microsoft, Netflix, and Paypal were impersonated by malicious actor to carry out the most phishing attacks. They have utilized the immense popularity of Microsoft Office’s 365 accounts to send phishing emails to users....Continue Reading
Summary HTTPS green padlock symbol may no longer indicate secured connection. Analysis on phishing sites There has been a steady increase in threat actors’ use of SSL certificates to add an air of legitimacy to malicious websites. Since 2017 almost a third of phishing sites had SSL certificates, meaning their URLs began with HTTPS://...Continue Reading
What will you do this Black Friday? Me? I’m super energized, I’ll be… It’ll be extraordinary in light of the fact that… … Goodness I can’t lie. Like many individuals who work in IT I’ll be stowing away under my work area, trusting that everything will pass and endeavoring to fight off every one of...Continue Reading
In a research paper distributed toward the beginning of September, four specialists from the University of Hamburg, Germany, have uncovered that web based publicizing firms can mishandle the TLS Session Resumption instrument to track clients as they explore the web. The idea is straightforward. On the off chance that a web based publicizing firm loads...Continue Reading
DNS hijacking and spoofing DNS is the underlying directory framework of the Internet. It turns a web address into an IP address that ultimately directs the user to legitimate website. If this DNS gets hijacked or taken over by a hacker group, the web address can be redirected to a completely different website. This malicious...Continue Reading
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