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    Krasue Alert: Linux Systems Under Stealth Attack


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    Linux, synonymous with security and reliability in operating systems, has recently faced an unexpected adversary. The discovery of a Linux Trojan named Krause has shaken the core belief in the invulnerability of Linux systems to malware attacks.¬†This revelation is particularly significant as it highlights a blind spot in the cybersecurity world: the assumption that Linux, […] More

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    Best Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) Solutions in 2023


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    Digital threats are increasingly sophisticated and pervasive, and the need for robust cybersecurity measures has never been more critical. Among the diverse range of tools available to IT professionals, Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) solutions have emerged as a vital component in the fight against cyber threats. Brief Overview of Endpoint Detection and Response (EDR) […] More

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    The Rise of AI-Generated Scams: Identifying & Combating Fake Content on the Web

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    With the progress of artificial intelligence (AI), we also see a rise in scams created by AI. These scams range from bogus reviews on Amazon to spam networks on Twitter, spreading false information rapidly. This article will discuss the increase of AI-generated scams, the difficulties in identifying such content, and potential solutions. The Rise of […] More

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    Your Ultimate Guide to Network Security Tools

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    In the age of digital transformation, ensuring the security of your organization’s network is more critical than ever. Cyber threats continue to evolve, becoming more sophisticated and disruptive. To protect your valuable assets, staying up-to-date with the latest network security tools and practices is essential. This comprehensive guide will cover various hardware and software solutions […] More

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    Phishing-as-a-Service (PhaaS): The Emerging Cyber Threat and How to Combat It

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    The Rise of Phishing-as-a-Service (PhaaS) Phishing has long been a prevalent cyber threat, with cybercriminals targeting businesses and individuals through deceptive emails and websites. However, recent developments have taken this cyber menace to a whole new level with the emergence of Phishing-as-a-Service (PhaaS). For a subscription fee of as little as $250, these services enable […] More

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    How to Stay Safe Online When Buying Gifts This Christmas

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    Most people are probably still looking for the perfect Christmas deals. However, with the Covid virus still, very much around, even more of us (I’m one of them) know that it is probably safer to purchase presents online. With that said, it is important to click carefully when shopping online. Avoid fake promotions Cybercriminals will […] More

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    The Best Truly Free Antivirus Protection in 2021 – 2022

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    Which antivirus program is the best? Should you use a 3rd party antivirus software or the built-in Microsoft Security enough? What are some of the best free antivirus programs with real-time protection that aren’t compromising on features? Users will inevitably run into these types of questions, and the answers found on the internet are often […] More

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    The SolarWinds hackers are attacking again.

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    The SolarWinds hacker group who carried out one of the most comprehensive and sophisticated cyber-attacks last year is again in the spotlight. In late May, Nobelium carried out a large-scale phishing attack by compromising the email marketing system used by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). Microsoft has once again drawn attention to […] More

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    Microsoft Edge password manager received a much-needed update.

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    Microsoft aims to protect the privacy of users and maintain the safety of their personal information. Microsoft Edge, a web browser developed and marketed by Microsoft, has been gaining popularity recently. While it is still behind Google Chrome, it has become an increasingly popular alternative. The Chromium-based browser has over 600 million users, and Microsoft […] More

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    Apple’s M1 (ARM) processor-based Macs are a real blockbuster.

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    A recent article on IEEE Spectrum highlights that Apple has generated record revenues of 9.1 billion dollars by increasing Mac sales by 70 percent in a year. More than half of the Macs sold this year were equipped with the new M1 processor, which is a significant achievement since it was launched last November. The […] More

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    Here’s the first glimpse of Windows 11 (Sun Walley)

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    Here’s the first glimpse of Windows 11 (Sun Walley) Microsoft will officially unveil Windows 11 on the 24th of June, but we have already received a taste of what to expect from Microsoft’s latest big launch due to multiple leaks. What is clear from the first pictures is that the new OS is not that […] More

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    Hackers managed to manipulate Twitter’s algorithm for years.

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    A new study has discovered a vulnerability in Twitter’s trending algorithm that makes the platform susceptible to astroturfing attacks. Astroturfing attacks are when undisclosed paid employees of corporations and government organizations attempt to get their message and their views out to the public by using social media networks. To give a false appearance of natural […] More

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