Cybersecurity Must be Attended to Or? Can the Unthinkable Happen to You?

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Should Cybersecurity have some attention if you have not been hacked before? Does your business really need  more Cybersecurity awareness? I.e. So What… Cybersecurity!!! Is this what you are thinking? That does not matter to me ? I guess if this is your default thinking after every new headline of Breaches and attacks… For example […]

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Current Attacks Massive 1.6Mil unique addresses found hacked by “GoldBrute”

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Internet Storm Center discusses an attack by the ‘GoldBrute’ botnet They found 1.5mil servers being used by the botnet. This means that a weakness in Microsoft (CVE-2019-0708)  May 14 Customer Guidance page: Specifically:  CVE-2019-0708 A remote code execution vulnerability exists in Remote Desktop Services – formerly known as Terminal Services – when an unauthenticated attacker […]

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Phishing #1 Attack – Includes Email Scams

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Have you received an email saying your password has been stolen in broken English? Subject: “Security Notice. Someone have access to you system” As you may have noticed, I sent you an email from your account. This means that I have full access to your acc: On moment of crack (youremail@youremaildomain.com)  password: jfwqu6qoizxahofj0qkw You say: […]

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New Wi-Fi attack found on WPA2 using PMKID

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This could make many “thought safe” Wi-Fi routers not so Here is where paying attention to new attacks is important. hashcat.net has the information: This attack does not even need a full EAPOL 4-way handshake,  EAPOL stands for Extensible Authentication Protocol(EAP) over LAN. A simple 4-way handshake is shown pictorially below  (from hitchhikersguidetolearning.com) This means that […]

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