The Netwalker Ransomware operators claim to have successfully attacked the University of California San Francisco (UCSF), stolen unencrypted data, and encrypted their computers. […] Continue reading Netwalker ransomware continues assault on US colleges, hits UCSF
Mozilla just released Firefox 77.0.1 to prevent DDoSing the DNS over HTTPS (DoH) providers selected automatically as part of a wider deployment test run of the standard. […] Continue reading Firefox 77.0.1 released to prevent DDoSing DoH DNS providers
Microsoft announced the security baseline draft release for Windows 10 and Windows Server, version 2004, and the intention to add new account password length security policies with the Windows 10 May 2020 Update. […] Continue reading Windows 10 version 2004 adds new account password policies
Microsoft Office 365 customers are targeted by a phishing campaign using bait messages camouflaged as notifications sent by their organization to update the VPN configuration they use to access company assets while working from home. […] Continue reading Office 365 phishing baits remote workers with fake VPN configs
The San Francisco Employees’ Retirement System (SFERS) has suffered a data breach after an unauthorized person gained access to a database hosted in a test environment. […] Continue reading San Francisco retirement program SFERS suffers data breach
Researchers from Carnegie Mellon University published a paper about people’s behavior after their passwords were compromised in a data breach, and the results are as bad as you can imagine. One thing that becomes painfully obvious, especially for… Continue reading Most Victims Choose a Similar or Weaker Password after a Data Breach, Study Finds
Organizations using SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) should immediately update the product to the latest version as researchers today have detailed the nature of critical vulnerabilities. […] Continue reading Patch SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise now to avoid takeover risk
By Sudais Asif
Apparently, Anonymous hackers are behind the attack.
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The rapid move to home working is posing problems for CIOs who want to keep the network secure. Here’s what must happen to protect the network and its data.
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In what can be described as a truly mysterious phenomenon, an image of a picturesque lake, when set as wallpaper on select Samsung and Google Pixel devices, causes the phone screen and the device to go nuts. […] Continue reading This wallpaper will crash your Android phone: don’t try it.