A new variant of scheming for Office 365 credentials has been observed by cybersecurity experts as they stumbled on this method of the adversary. Unlike the usual exfiltration of credentials through the use of specialized spyware/malware, the method used was now based on the real-time response from the victim upon entering their credentials of the...Continue Reading
A newly submitted malware analysis report has been concluded that the QakBot is still quacking with more virulent features placing it again on the watchlist of many cybersecurity experts. According to the report, a new variant of QakBot has been released, terrorizing prominent government and producing sectors, mainly in the United States, Europe, and other...Continue Reading
Recent news spread within the Cybersecurity community is about the data breach suffered by the SANS Institute. Being known for providing certification and training about network security, this only proves that everyone is susceptible to such malicious activity. According to SANS Institute, they have shared this incident for the community to be able to mitigate...Continue Reading
With the sensationalized successful hacking with Twitter recently, the US Department of Justice, and other Law Enforcement Authority, did not waste time to uncover the identity of the hackers. Due to the enforcers’ intensified effort, they were able to track down these adversaries behind the attack and able press charges for their committed crime. According...Continue Reading
Prominently known since 2014, the government-backed Iranian hackers, accidentally exposed their stealth method hacking process due to a glitch on the security imposed on its cloud virtual private storage. Known as ITG18 (also called Charming Kitten, Phosphorous, or APT35), they specialize in gathering intelligence and espionage targeting the United States and Middle Eastern high ranking...Continue Reading
Amazon is an eCommerce company that currently has US$14.541 billion in operating income in 2019. This eCommerce giant has been one of the go-to shopping platforms of people now more than ever because of lockdown implementation caused by COVID-19. As many are ordering their stuff online as it’s safer than leaving the house excessively, Amazon...Continue Reading
Experts still consider phishing as the most commonly used attack on the organization, and it tops all online surveys. Out of the 2,109 organizations recently hit by a cyberattack, over half were victims of phishing. Phishing is still the most widespread cyberattack in all countries except for Colombia, where it was the second most common...Continue Reading
Cybercrime experts recently reported that the breach of the San Francisco Employees Retirement System that leaked out sensitive information of registered active and retired employees for their retirement program. An in-depth report concluded that the leakage came through after unauthorized access was gained on the test environment created by the contracted developer for their website....Continue Reading
The coronavirus has forced the people of this planet to adjust forcibly and make way to a new normal—closing businesses and facilitating the downfall of employment rates all over the globe. People have adapted to specific quarantine protocols and indoor routines to prevent any further spread of the virus, or in a more straightforward perspective,...Continue Reading
The electoral data, precisely voters’ information from one of the most populous nations, was just posted on the famous hackers’ forum – raid forums – only this Wednesday. The people of Indonesia and cybersecurity analysts, are alarmed, they said threat actors could use it for phishing, fraud, and worse – identity theft. Indonesia’s...Continue Reading
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