As the war of words between the U.S. and Iran intensifies, Iranian-backed hacking group APT34 is ramping up LinkedIn phishing attacks.
Derek Kortepeter is a graduate of UCLA and tech journalist that is committed to creating an informed society with regards to Information Security. Kortepeter specializes in areas such as penetration testing, cryptography, cyber warfare, and governmental InfoSec policy.
A new malware dubbed Silex renders IoT devices useless — and it wasn’t created by experienced hackers. It was unleashed by teens whose motives are unclear.
According to multiple security advisories from Cisco, two critical patches were released for vulnerabilities in the Data Center Network Manager. Both vulnerabilities register as a 9.8 out of 10 on […]
Desjardins Group — the largest association of credit unions in North America — has been hit by a huge data leak, and an employee appears to be the culprit […]
Web domain fraud can ruin your company’s reputation or, even worse, ruin your company. With this cyberthreat growing at an alarming rate, what can you do?
NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, no stranger to cybersecurity problems, found some outgoing email blocked after employees fell for a phishing attack.
A “type confusion” zero-day can be dangerous. Firefox users should read on to see why, and more important, make sure they patch their browser immediately.
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