Figures of the year The share of spam in mail traffic was 56.51%, which is 4.03 p.p. more than in 2018. The biggest source of spam this year was China (21.26%). 44% of spam e-mails were less than 2 KB in size. Malicious spam was detected most commonly with the Exploit.MSOffice.CVE-2017-11882 verdict. The Anti-Phishing system…
The online videoconferencing service added Alex Stamos to the team and has also formed an expert advisory board to grapple with the pains of its COVID-19 growth spurt.
Emails purporting to be a Cisco “critical security advisory” are actually part of a phishing campaign trying to steal victims’ Webex credentials.
Tapplock catches heat for patched vulnerabilities — because of its claims that its smart locks can’t be hacked.
Novel hack allows an attacker to create a mouse-over in a PowerPoint file that triggers the installation of malware.
Researchers say the botnet has emerged over the past three months and shares aspects with Mirai and Qbot.
Hundreds of thousands of malware files are disguised as well-known social conferencing and collaboration apps.
Amid rampant misinformation, users of the Facebook-owned messaging platform can no longer send coronavirus messages to more than one user at a time.
New research used 3D printing technology to bypass fingerprint scanners, and tested it against Apple, Samsung and Microsoft mobile products.
The CISO Checklist for Secure Remote Working was built to assist CISOs in navigating through COVID-19, providing them with a concise, high-level list of the absolute essentials needed to ensure their organization is well protected in these challenging times.