Exchange Server Attacks Just Beginning

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This is a snowball rolling down the hill – the latest Dark Reading story discusses the latest thinking: “Attacks exploiting the flaws were first spotted in January. They initially were limited and targeted, seemingly for espionage: the adversaries primarily targeted specific email accounts. Microsoft attributed the activity to a group it calls Hafnium, believed to […]

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Microsoft Exchange Server Problems

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30,000 organizations including small businesses, towns and local governments with an exchange server, i.e. anyone who runs their own exchange server was susceptible to getting hacked. Krebs on Security blogpost. Also we have the following story: White House cites ‘active threat,’ urges action despite Microsoft patch  The problem may be that if one was attacked […]

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Click on Scam Email –> Destroy your Data

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FireEye Blogpost last week about phishing emails using the iCEDID phishing infection has an interesting image explaining this concept: This is a sophisticated phishing setup and thus it behooves us to review this carefully. If you notice the initial phishing email when opened has several embedded items as well as a password structure so that […]

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China and your Cybersecurity is What?

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Don’t you wish that Chuck Norris came out of retirement and took on the Chinese cyber hackers? First let us set the stage: We have discussed  in the past blogpost the ‘awakening moment’ of Chinese hacking into American companies: Here is the post https://oversitesentry.com/china-attacks-and-we-do-nothing-for-most-part/  (I like to show you the full link so you are […]

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