Microsoft Autodiscover protocol leaking credentials: How it works

The Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover protocol is a protocol that has been around for years. But with recent claims that it might be leaking credentials to anyone who is listening to…

Only half of organizations reviewed security policies due to the pandemic: study

New research suggests that only half of organizations worldwide reviewed their cybersecurity policies when COVID-19 hit. The COVID-19 pandemic prompted a rapid shift to working from home. Whereas organizations would…

Protect your privacy with a Scout Hidden Camera Detector for just $60

StackCommerce The increased frequency and severity of cyber-attacks have made most people more careful about staying safe when going online. However, our physical safety is every bit as critical as…

Consumers Increasingly Numb to Data Breach Risks

Trust in organizations hits rock bottom but many don’t care

Mirai Malware Distributed by Means of Spring4Shell Vulnerability

Threat actors have been detected using the Spring4Shell vulnerability to install malware on victim PCs, according to security researchers. More Details on the Spring4Shell Vulnerability According to ZDNet, the Spring4Shell…

Hospital hallway robots get patches for potentially serious bugs

Written by Joe Warminsky Apr 12, 2022 | CYBERSCOOP Rolling robots used at hospitals for a variety of tasks — including transporting medication — have been patched for five vulnerabilities…

Best Practices in Patch Management for Cloud Workload Security

Over the past decade, organizations of all sizes have been increasingly migrating their workloads and IT infrastructure to the cloud. From the way mobile and content services are delivered and…

Terrible cloud security is leaving the door open for hackers. Here's what you're doing wrong

Zegna Confirmed Ransomware Attack

A major luxury menswear brand and one of the most known enterprises in Italy, the Ermenegildo Zegna Group, is comprised of the Ermenegildo Zegna and Zegna SpA companies. Zegna was…

Calls to Banks Customer Support Intercepted by Fakecalls Mobile Banking Trojan

Fakecalls, an Android banking malware, has a powerful feature that allows it to hijack calls to a bank’s customer service number and connect the target directly with the malware’s operators.…