Malicious Exchange Server Module Hoovers Up Outlook Credentials

“Owowa” stealthily lurks on IIS servers, waiting to harvest successful logins when an Outlook Web Access (OWA) authentication request is made. Researchers have uncovered a previously unknown malicious IIS module,…

How to Buy Precious Patching Time as Log4j Exploits Fly

Podcast: Cybereason shares details about its vaccine: a fast shot in the arm released within hours of the Apache Log4j zero-day horror show being disclosed. Sure, Apache got a patch…

The Ransomware Attack Suffered by Kronos May Cause Weeks of Downtime

Kronos is a workforce management and human resources company that offers cloud-based solutions for timekeeping, payroll, employee benefits, analytics, and other tasks. Kronos merged with Ultimate Software in 2020 to…

Kronos Ransomware Outage Drives Widespread Payroll Chaos

Kronos, the workforce-management provider, said a weeks-long outage of its cloud services is in the offing, just in time to hamstring end-of-year HR activities like bonuses and vacation tracking. Kronos,…

How to back up your Gmail: The ultimate guide

A few years ago, I moved off of Office 365 and Outlook and onto Gmail. Many of you thought I’d regret the move, but I have to tell you that…

VPS Hosting Vs. Dedicated Servers – Which Is Better?

When you’re an owner of a particular brand or service, it is highly likely you’ll create a website that will serve as an advertisement for everything that you provide. If…

Amazon Web Service outage is impacting major websites

Amazon Web Service (AWS) is suffering a major service outage that is affecting popular platforms in regions where the company provides services. The cloud service and hosting provider Amazon Web…

Vulnerabilities Found in GOautodial

Vulnerabilities Found in GOautodial A cybersecurity researcher has discovered multiple vulnerabilities in an open-source call center software suite used around the world. The Synopsys Cybersecurity Research Center (CyRC) released an advisory today exposing two API…

Microsoft seizes domains used to attack 29 governments across Latin America, Caribbean, Europe

Microsoft has announced the seizure of dozens of domains used in attacks by the China-based APT group Nickel on governments and NGOs across Europe, the Americas and the Caribbean.  In…

Hack-and-leak group Black Shadow keeps targeting Israeli victims

Written by AJ Vicens Dec 6, 2021 | CYBERSCOOP In October, a little-watched hacking group called Black Shadow went public with data it appeared to have stolen from an Israeli…