What is the Abraham Accords Cybersecurity Cooperation Act of 2023?
The Abraham Accords were a series of agreements signed in 2020 between Israel, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain, and later Sudan and Morocco. These accords aimed to normalize diplomatic relations between Israel... Read more
Researchers Report Huge Surge of Stolen and Resold Logs on Russian Market
The Counter Threat Unit (CTU) of Secureworks has recently uncovered a substantial increase of stolen logs being sold on the Russian Market online platform, experiencing a surge of 670%. In their report titled "The... Read more
Malvertising on the Rise Via Major Online Ad Networks
Malvertising is an increasingly common and dangerous form of cybercrime that can have a significant impact on your digital security. By using malicious code hidden within online advertisements, cybercriminals can gain... Read more
Hackers Access Data Centers Used by Major Companies, Including Microsoft, Apple
Roughly two thousand companies and a Chinese foreign exchange platform that use two data centers in Asia have had their access logins potentially hacked. GDS Holdings in Shanghai and ST Telemedia Global Data in... Read more
Security Experts Warn of Scams Ahead of Black Friday
As the holiday season draws near, scammers are gearing up for increased activity once again. Security experts are warning of an uptick in malicious websites that have shopping-themed pages and scams are once again on... Read more
AggregatorHost.exe - Is It Safe?
AggregatorHost.exe is a process that can be observed running in the background on Windows systems. Some users have expressed doubts and concerns about this file, worrying it might be malicious. This article will... Read more
Millions of Gigabyte Motherboards Shipped With Firmware Backdoor
Researchers with cybersecurity company Eclypsium discovered a covert mechanism embedded in the firmware of Gigabyte motherboards, which are commonly used in gaming PCs and high-performance computers. When a computer... Read more
Hidden Malware Preying on Millions of Android Phones Out of the Box
A concerning incident of a supply chain attack targeting Android devices has been uncovered by cybersecurity researchers at Trend Micro. They have discovered that millions of Android devices, including budget... Read more
Msftncsi - is it Malware?
First things first, Msftncsi is not a malicious website or a piece of malware. NCSI, also known as the Network Connectivity Status Indicator, is an internet connection checking protocol used in various versions of... Read more
UK Newspaper The Guardian Still Recovering from Purported Ransomware Attack
The Guardian, one of the UK's largest online publications, was hit by a ransomware attack just ahead of Christmas 2022. The original attack took place on December 20 and was disclosed by The Guardian shortly after.... Read more
Apple Warns of Major Flaw in iOS Devices and Macs
On August 17 Apple announced that the company had discovered a significant vulnerability affecting most of its flagship products, including iPads, iPhones and Mac computers. The vulnerability was found within the... Read more
Black Basta Ransomware Gains Ground
Researchers with security firm Cybereason published a report on a new strain of ransomware that was put in circulation in recent months but already managed to score almost 50 victims in English-speaking countries,... Read more
Fake ChatGPT Apps Scam Android Users
Security experts from Sophos have raised a warning about a new form of scam infiltrating Google Play and Apple's App Store. These fraudulent apps claim to provide access to OpenAI's chatbot service, ChatGPT, through... Read more
US DOJ Takes Down Malware Network Run by Russian Actors
The US Department of Justice (DOJ) declared on Tuesday that they have taken down a worldwide network of computers that were infected with malware, which Russian state security services allegedly used for almost two... Read more
ChatGPT - Ethical and Legal Concerns in Europe Surrounding the AI Platform
Recently, Italy officially blocked the popular AI language model ChatGPT, citing concerns over potential violations of EU data protection regulations. This decision has now sparked a growing concern in other European... Read more
State-Sponsored Hacking Attacks: What Are Advanced Persistent Threats And Who Did They Target in 2022?
In 2022, there was a marked increase in government-sponsored cyber-attacks. Many of these attacks were carried out by what are referred to as Advanced Persistent Threats or APTs. These groups work with governments and... Read more
Smartanswersonline.com - What is it?
Smartanswersonline dot com is a domain associated with a search engine and search service that generate results filled with sponsored links and ads that you probably do not want to see. Smartanswersonline dot com is... Read more
British Army Twitter Hacked, Used to Promote NFTs
In early July 2022, the official Twitter account of the British army was seemingly hijacked. The hacked account was briefly abused to post advertisements related to NFTs. During the stretch of time when the threat... Read more