Are you Hiring? Resume Malware Trying to Get to You!

SCMagazine has the story “Hiring? New scam campaign means ‘resume’ downloads may contain malware” “Requiring the victim to copy and paste the malicious domain name increases the likelihood the emails will make it past secure email gateways. Plus, with unassuming domain names like “wlynch[.]com” for a candidate named William Lynch and “annetterawlings[.]com” for a candidate … Read more

Cybersecurity Practitioners Must Get More Boring? website Unsupervised Learning has a post SEC vs Solar Winds Cybersecurity’s Enron moment.     The problem is that Cybersecurity is still ‘magic’ to many people and it should not be. It has to be made into a boring endeavor which will make the defense of a company more likely. Making a company secure … Read more

Another Phishing Attack Angle

  Hackers have found ways to add notification code behind the website code.  Thus if you say Allow in the notification window: then eventually a ‘bad’ notification comes up: Here is an example of ‘bad’ or hacker initiated notifications:   Here is where had the story and the investigation by cybernews showed the details … Read more

Hackers Using New Attack (Not Just Ransomware)

Here is the story from scmagazine: MOVEit hackers may have found simpler business model beyond ransomware “The Russian-speaking hacker group Cl0p confirmed it exploited a zero-day vulnerability in the popular MOVEit file transfer program and stole data from a growing number of victims, exposing the personal information of many millions of people worldwide.”   What … Read more

Latest Microsoft Patch -How Important is it?

The Microsoft Security Response Center just released the following Microsoft Mitigates Outlook Elevation of Privilege Vulnerability Microsoft has developed a script to see if you are already infected by hackers: The script can run on Exchange server or on Azure based mailboxes(AzureEnvironmentName, AzureADEndpoint, EWSOnlineURL, and EWSOnlineScope can be left as default). This is a … Read more