Posted on 21st July 2019
Are you in the 26% of people who use one of these PIN codes to unlock their phones?
The post You’d better change your birthday – hackers may know your PIN appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
Posted on 16th July 2019
Threat actors increasingly using malicious URLs, HTTPS domains, file-sharing sites in email attacks, FireEye says.
Posted on 9th July 2019
Recent research from Malwarebytes, ISSA, and ESG find that security professionals have little confidence in their ability to prevent their organization from being breached. What’s behind this mindset? And how can we turn the tide to stay a step ahead of the criminals?
Tags: adminsCISOscybercriminalsdata breachesITsecurity professionalsskills shortage
The post Cybersecurity pros think the enemy is winning appeared first on Malwarebytes Labs.
Posted on 2nd July 2019
Criminals used my account to launder credit card transactions into cash, at least where the company transacted with was willing to refund
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Posted on 30th June 2019
Article by Kelly Sheridan, DarkReading Nearly three-quarters of organizations hit with impersonation attacks experienced direct losses of money, customers, and data. Email-based cyberattacks are going up, causing confidence in security defenses to fall as businesses grapple…
Posted on 26th June 2019
Microsoft has introduced a new password-protected folder within its OneDrive online file storage service that will allow you to keep your sensitive and important files protected and secured with an extra layer of authentication.
Dubbed Personal Vault, the new OneDrive folder can only be accessed with an additional step of identity verification, such as your fingerprint, face, PIN, or a
Posted on 25th June 2019
The Web site for Fortune 500 real estate title insurance giant First American Financial Corp. [NYSE:FAF] leaked hundreds of millions of documents related to mortgage deals going back to 2003, until notified this week by KrebsOnSecurity. The digitized records — including bank account numbers and statements, mortgage and tax records, Social Security numbers, wire transaction receipts, and drivers license images — were available without authentication to anyone with a Web browser.
Posted on 23rd June 2019
Some of the most convincing email phishing and malware attacks come disguised as nastygrams from a law firm. Such scams typically notify the recipient that he/she is being sued, and instruct them to review the attached file and respond within a few days — or else. Here’s a look at a recent spam campaign that peppered more than 100,000 business email addresses with fake legal threats harboring malware.