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| |Sex In The Digital Era: How Secure Are Smart Sex Toys? ESET researchers investigate what could possibly go wrong when you connect your bedroom to the internet of things
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| |Exchange Servers Under Siege From At Least 10 APT Groups ESET Research has found LuckyMouse, Tick, Winnti Group, and Calypso, among others, are likely using the recent Microsoft Exchange vulnerabilities to compromise email servers all around the world
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| |Online Health Security – When ‘opt Out’ Isn’t An Option What happens when you try to opt out of e-health to avoid issues in the event of a breach?
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| |Microsoft Patch Tuesday, March 2021 Edition On the off chance you were looking for more security to-dos from Microsoft today...the company released software updates to plug more than 82 security flaws in Windows and other supported software. Ten of these earned Microsofts "critical"...
| |WhatsApp May Soon Roll Out Encrypted Chat Backups While chats are end-to-end encrypted, their backups are not – this may change soon
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| |Seven Windows Wonders – Critical Vulnerabilities In DNS Dynamic Updates
Overview For the March 2021 Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a set of seven DNS vulnerabilities. Five of the vulnerabilities are remote code execution (RCE) with critical CVSS (Common Vulnerability Scoring Standard) scores of 9.8, while...
| |Warning The World Of A Ticking Time Bomb Globally, hundreds of thousand of organizations running Exchange email servers from Microsoft just got mass-hacked, including at least 30,000 victims in the United States. Each hacked server has been retrofitted with a "web shell" backdoor...
| |Women In Cybersecurity: Gender Gap Narrows But Not Enough The number of women joining the ranks of cybersecurity practitioners is steadily increasing, but a lot still needs to be done to close the gap
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| |McAfee ATR Thinks In Graphs
0. Introduction John Lambert, a distinguished researcher specializing in threat intelligence at Microsoft, once said these words that changed perspectives: “Defenders think in lists. Attackers think in graphs.” This is true and, while...
| |A Basic Timeline Of The Exchange Mass-Hack Sometimes when a complex story takes us by surprise or knocks us back on our heels, it pays to revisit the events in a somewhat linear fashion. Heres a brief timeline of what we know leading up to last weeks mass-hack, when hundreds of...
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