16 Questions You MUST Ask Before Hiring Any IT Company
In any business, big or small, employees can be your biggest IT threat, and they might not even realize it. Businesses already face the countless cyber threat, like data breaches, cyber-attacks, online viruses and malicious e-mails.
The agency Directors warned that hackers around the world are specifically targeting companies in the healthcare industry with the Ryuk ransomware strain.
Recently, one or more Amazon employees disclosed customer email addresses to an unknown third party, prompting Amazon to send a notification email out to impacted customers which read as follows:
Google does an admirable job of keeping its sprawling Play Store free of apps containing malware. Their verification system is world-class.
Not all ransomware strains are created equally. Some are designed as slow burns that will infect a target system, expanding its reach for days, or even weeks before striking and locking your business critical files. Others are designed to hit fast
Deep Fakes are becoming an increasingly large problem. If you're not familiar with the term, a Deep Fake is an advanced photo or video technique in which an existing person in a video is digitally overwritten by some other person.
GravityRAT was designed primarily to check the CPU temperature of Windows-based machines, and to detect the presence of sandboxes or virtual machines so that its controllers would know what type of environment they were operating in.
The plugin in question is Loginizer, which was designed to help websites fight back against brute force attacks by blocking the login function for a given IP address once a certain threshold of login retries has been reached.