Multi-factor authentication: How to enable 2FA to step up your security

You are one data breach away from having your entire online life turned upside down. The problem is passwords, which are hopelessly fragile ways to secure valuable resources. Don’t be…

Cyber company Okta is latest potential victim of Lapsus$ hackers

Written by Joe Warminsky Mar 22, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP Identity authentication company Okta, which provides services to thousands of companies as well as U.S. government agencies, acknowledged Tuesday morning that…

White House warns: Do these 8 things now to boost your security ahead of potential Russian cyberattacks

It’s one thing for tech companies to urge users to enable multi- or two-factor authentication, but now the White House is urging all US organizations to do it because of…

Social engineering attacks to dominate Web3, the metaverse

Researchers predict that a surge in social engineering attacks will dominate web3 and the metaverse.  Web3 is the term coined for what could become the next face of the internet.…

On the Radar: Securing Web 3.0, the Metaverse and beyond

By Jaeson Schultz. Internet technology evolves rapidly, and the World Wide Web (WWW or Web) is currently experiencing a transition into what many are calling “Web 3.0”. Web 3.0 is…

Modernizing our Certificates and Badges

Offensive Security’s certificates and badges are evolving! Beginning April 5, 2022, we will modernize the look of our certifications, and how we issue our accreditations. Our new approach is more…

#IMOS22: Ciaran Martin Discusses Cyber-Threats from the Russia-Ukraine Conflict

Ciaran Martin believes organizations must be prepared for heightened cyber risks emanating from the Russia-Ukraine conflict

Google removes Android app with 100,000 downloads from Play Store over password-stealing malware

Google has removed an app with over 1000,000 downloads from its Play Store after security researchers warned that the app was able to harvest the Facebook credentials of smartphone users.…

100,000 Google Play Users Targeted by Android Password Stealing Malware

The Google Play Store has seen over 100,000 downloads of malicious Android software that performs Facebook credentials theft. It seems that the application is still available for download. Android Password…

Malware as a Service (MaaS). What It Is and How It Can Threaten Your Business?

Malware-as-a-Service (MaaS) is the term used to describe the unlawful leasing of software and hardware for the purpose of conducting cyber-attacks. Owners of MaaS servers provide threat actors with a…