A spear-phishing attack this week hooked a customer service employee at GoDaddy.com, the world’s largest domain name registrar, KrebsOnSecurity has learned. The incident gave the phisher the ability to view and modify key customer records, access that was used to change domain settings for a half-dozen GoDaddy customers, including transaction brokering site escrow.com. Escrow.com helps people safely [...]
About 10 compromised websites employ a multi-stage, targeted effort to fingerprint and compromise victims.
Teleconferences are being disrupted by internet trolls shouting profanity and racist remarks and posting pornographic and hate images.
FCC says all US telcos must use the new SHAKEN/STIR protocol to support caller ID authentication by June, next year.
Exabeam's employees are recovering from coronavirus. Both tested positive for coronavirus after attending RSA in San Francisco.
The platform allows a host to monitor users' activities while screen sharing, as well as access to a participant's device information and other details.
Marriott says a hacker gained access to the accounts of two employees.
The New York Attorney General has inquired about Zoom's data security strategy, as the conferencing platform comes under heavy scrutiny for its privacy policies.
An old RAT learns an old trick.
Microsoft's Remote Desktop Protocol has been saddled with security bugs and weaknesses, which means you need to take certain precautions when using RDP for remote connections.