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    Top 3 Cyber Threats Of 2018

    VPNFilter, Spectre and Meltdown, Coinhive

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    2018 saw the emergence of new malware, ransomware and other innovative ways of exploiting vulnerabilities in cyber systems. Here a few of the cyber threats that defined the year. VPNFilter VPNFilter is a malware program which is believed to have been developed by Fancy Bear APT Group. The malware has been hiding in a number […]

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    Hackers Exploiting Microsoft Office Vulnerabilities Increased This Year.

    The number of users attacked by malicious Microsoft Office documents is up 400%, compared to the same period of 2017

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    Software exploiting Microsoft Office vulnerabilities leads the list of cyber incidents for the first quarter of this year. The number of users attacked by malicious Microsoft Office documents is up 400%, compared to the same period of 2017, according to the latest Kaspersky Lab report. Also, such attacks based on software vulnerabilities are powerful because […]

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    New Ransomware Pretends You Are Under Investigation by The Government.

    The FBI is now warning about a new type of ransomware.

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    Ransomware is a nasty malware where criminals take control of your computer and force you to pay a ransom to regain access to your data. The new twist, however, is that the criminals make it look like the government is coming after you. The pop-up messages can be quite scary at first claiming that the […]

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    A 21-Year-Old Hacker is Heading to Jail for Selling Malware and Operating a Massive Botnet

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    A young hacker in the UK was sentenced to two years in prison for launching DDoS attacks against high-profile companies and selling hacking tools in the dark web. The 21-year-old youngster from Liverpool orchestrated coordinated attacks against some well-known brands including Google and Skype. The hacker ran a massive botnet with about seven thousand infected […]

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    Enable Windows Defender’s Controlled Folder Access

    Turn On Controlled folder access to better protect yourself against ransomware.

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    Applies to: Windows 10, version 1709 and later Controlled folder access was introduced in Windows version 1709 to provide enhanced data protection from malicious apps and viruses, such as ransomware. It is part of Windows Defender Exploit Guard. Go to the Windows Defender Security app to enable Controlled folder access. Step 1: Click the shield […]

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    Traditional Antivirus Software Versus Cloud-Based Solutions

    Cloud-Based Internet Security Solutions are on the rise; we’ll explore some of the pros and cons.

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    An antivirus program is necessary to protect your computer and other devices from harmful malware, spyware, adware, and ransomware. It does this by scanning files and checking them against their virus database which has millions of defined viruses on file. When it finds a file or program that matches one of their definitions, the security […]

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