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S1deload Stealer Malware

A new malware campaign on Facebook and YouTube is making headlines. S1deload Stealer hijacks these social media accounts, mines cryptocurrency, and spreads itself. Discover what business owners need to know […]

Stanford University Data Breach

The recent Stanford University data breach is causing businesses to reevaluate their security practices. The way the university handled the breach can serve as a guide for business owners. But […]

LastPass Reveals Details of Attack

LastPass recently revealed more details of the second malware attack targeting its infrastructure.It also disclosed the company’s actions to prevent similar attacks in the future. By learning more about the […]

GoDaddy Finds Multiple-Year Security Breach

GoDaddy is a popular web hosting company with millions of customers worldwide. Users are alarmed to find that attackers stole the company’s source code. The hosting giant found the security […]

Serious Security Flaw in Cisco ClamAV Discovered

It is ironic when software designed to protect is vulnerable to threats. That is the case here. Experts discovered the ClamAV free anti-malware program has a serious security risk. Investigations […]

Everything You Need to Know About the Pepsi Data Breach

Hackers need less than a minute to perform a successful data breach. It will be over before you can even finish your cup of coffee. Unfortunately, it can take companies […]

Cloudflare Successfully Detects and Mitigates Largest DDoS Attack Recorded

During the weekend of Feb. 11-12, 2023, content delivery network provider Cloudflare detected and mitigated an unusually high number of hyper-volumetric DDoS attacks. It did not disclose the targets but […]

Internet Explorer Gets Disabled From Windows 10

Microsoft has intended to replace Internet Explorer with the new Edge browser. On June 15, 2022, the company officially retired the popular browser by ending its update support for the […]

State of Emergency Declared in Oakland to Combat Ransomware Attack

On Feb. 8, 2023, the City of Oakland suffered a ransomware attack. It forced several city systems to go offline. Fortunately, it did not affect emergency services. 911 and fire […]

Microsoft Announces End Date for Exchange Server 2013

Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 will no longer receive updates starting April 11, 2023. That gives companies using the system to upgrade to a newer one or lose support. It will […]

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