Cybercriminals periodically develop something new. Sometimes it is an updated version of already known malware, and sometimes it is something new and not obvious, such as Beep malware. Thus, this malware has one distinguishing feature: a new tactic of evading detection. Although Beep malware is still under development, it already boasts existing functionality that avoids… Continue reading New stealthy “Beep” malware focuses heavily on evading detection
Email Spoofing Email spoofing or spoofing email is the forgery of the sender’s email addresses. The address specified in the sender’s string is often false; if you send a response to this address, it is likely to come from a third party. The purpose of this scam is precisely to deceive the user and not… Continue reading How to Prevent Email Spoofing in 2022
As technology evolves, hackers become increasingly sophisticated, remote working has become commonplace over the past couple of years, and data and infrastructure security have become a hot topic. Cybersecurity teams must protect many more endpoints and a wider area with remote workers daily. Thus, many groups are changing their processes and technologies to adopt a… Continue reading SASE vs Zero Trust – What is Best?
Leading digital life on various social media platforms can sometimes be a challenging task. And the challenges come not only from the efforts of maintaining presentable digital selves. It is also about ensuring your cyber security well-being is properly attended to as well. Social media has become a major phenomenon in today’s world. They allow… Continue reading 5 Security Mistakes You’re Making On Social Media
Computer viruses can steal and facilitate the dissemination of your confidential information, and reduce your computer performance and any other threats. To understand what viruses are and how to get rid of them, we gave you a little insight into this topic. What is a computer virus? The computer virus is a piece of code… Continue reading The Essential Guide to Computer Viruses
What is the Deadliest Virus in History? On November 11, 1983, the first virus was written, which ushered in a new era of dangerous programs for computers. An American student at the University of Southern California, Fred Cohen, wrote a program that demonstrated the ability to infect a computer at a virus reproduction rate of… Continue reading Which Deadliest Virus in History? Types to Remember