Let’s look at what types of threats each layer of the TCP/IP protocol stack may be susceptible to. The task of a computer security system is to safeguard the information transmitted over the network and to adequately preserve the data stored in it.  Excluding in this discussion threats due to natural disasters, we can classify […]

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Before getting in the following Blog Post I would suggest you to read the “Part 1” of MuddyWater Binder Project which is available HERE, where you might contestualize the Code Highlights. Source Code Highlights Now it’s time to get into more core pieces of code. Let’s start with the file ConnectionHandler.cswhich is implementing the logic […]

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Experts spotted a new malware, dubbed Moriya rootkit, that targets Windows systems as part of cyberespionage campaign dubbed TunnelSnake. An unclassified threat actor employed a new stealthy malware, dubbed Moriya rootkit, to compromise Windows systems. Kaspersky experts who uncovered the threat speculate the attacks are likely part of an ongoing espionage campaign dubbed TunnelSnake that has been […]

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Experts spotted a new malware, dubbed Moriya rootkit, that targets Windows systems as part of cyberespionage campaign dubbed TunnelSnake. An unclassified threat actor employed a new stealthy malware, dubbed Moriya rootkit, to compromise Windows systems. Kaspersky experts who uncovered the threat speculate the attacks are likely part of an ongoing espionage campaign dubbed TunnelSnake that has been […]

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What’s better for getting your business’ name out there and boosting sales than having a killer business marketing plan with well-placed ads, zippy copy, and a slick design? The answer is: having a group of dedicated real-world customers who use their own platforms to advocate for your business and its offerings. Thanks to social media, […]

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Sam Selim is glad to have the PayIt saga in the rearview mirror, but the chief executive officer for Toronto tech firm SQL PowerGroup is casting serious doubt on PayIt’s ability to follow through on its proposal to modernize Toronto City Hall’s online payment systems.

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Canadian Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry François-Philippe Champagne announced the launch of the new Cyber Security Innovation Network program with an investment of $80 million over four years in a May 6 news release.

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A high severity flaw, tracked as CVE-2020-11292, affects Qualcomm Mobile Station Modem chips used by around 30% of all smartphones worldwide Researchers from Checkpoint have discovered a buffer overflow vulnerability, tracked as CVE-2020-11292, in the Qualcomm Mobile Station Modem that can be exploited by attackers to trigger memory corruption and execute arbitrary code on the […]

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Apple and Epic Games, the developer behind the popular video game Fortnite, are in court over Apple’s decision to remove Fortnite from the App Store. Epic Games attempted to bypass Apple’s in-app purchasing system within Fortnite, violating App Stor…

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We are proud to announce today that Microsoft is positioned as a leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Email Security, Q2 2021, receiving among the highest scores in the strategy category.

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Read our investigation of a BEC campaign that used attacker-created email infrastructure to facilitate gift card theft targeting the consumer goods, process manufacturing and agriculture, real estate, discrete manufacturing, and professional services sectors.

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Chinese military unit PLA Unit 61419 is suspected to be involved in cyber-espionage campaigns against multiple antivirus companies. Researchers from cybersecurity firm Recorded Future’s Insikt Group have discovered six procurement documents from official People’s Liberation Army (PLA) military websites and other sources that demonstrate that PLA Unit 61419 has sought to purchase antivirus solutions from […]

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