Did you know that most companies are affected by high-risk network perimeter vulnerabilities? In this article, I will go over the basics of vulnerabilities in the context of computer security, then single in on network perimeter vulnerabilities. So, if you want to find out what they are and what makes them particularly perilous, keep reading. […]
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Account takeover fraud (ATO) is definitely not the new kid on the block. Establishments whose business model is centered around financial transactions, such as online retailers or banks, have been dealing with it for over a decade. Unfortunately, this doesn’t mean that its appeal has died down over the years. In fact, account takeover fraud […]
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Uber is not only synonymous with comfort but has also revamped the definition of ridesharing. Serving over 60 countries and close to 1,000 metropolitan areas, Uber established itself as the standard for safer ridesharing. Throughout its decade-long existence, the San Francisco-based corporation has had its share of misfortunes: data leakages, sexual harassment charges, marketing guerilla […]
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Heimdal™ Security has detected what appears to be the onset of a phishing campaign targeting C-level executives and, most likely, decision-makers. The recently uncovered phishing attempt employs Zoom’s videoconferencing feature. We would like to remind the reader that Zoom has been the recipient of several cyberattacks, the most recent and significant being the data leak […]
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