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Top 10 Tips to Avoid Malware

Malware describes a classification of destructive software that includes viruses, worms, ransomware, trojan horses and others. Malware can cause a brief, annoying interruption, like crashing your computer and can also be much more severe, such as identity theft or the encryption of all your files and the inability to retrieve them unless a ransom is paid.

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Critical Vulnerabilities found in Cisco, Meraki, and Aruba devices | SAT News

A set of vulnerabilities named “BleedingBit” allow remote attackers to exploit Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) chips created by Texas Instruments are being utilized in millions of access points and networking... Read more about 'Critical Vulnerabilities found in Cisco, Meraki, and Aruba devices | SAT News'...

How to Choose the Right Managed Security Service Provider (MSSP) for Your Organization

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New Windows Zero-Day exploit released | SAT News

Twitter alias “SandboxEscaper” a security researcher, released a proof-of-concept for a Windows exploit residing in Microsoft Data Sharing (dssvc.dll). Read more about 'New Windows Zero-Day exploit released | SAT News'...

Facebook receives order from the Government of Japan to Improve Data Protection | SAT News

After the recent Facebook data breaches affected over tens of millions of people, the government of Japan has ordered Facebook to improve its protection of user’s personal information. Read more about 'Facebook receives order from the Government of Japan to Improve Data Protection | SAT News'...

Minnesota Department of Health falls prey to phishing attack | SAT News

On June 28th and July 9th, at least two employees of the Minnesota Department of Health fell prey to phishing attacks allowing the attackers to access over 21,000 patient records. Read more about 'Minnesota Department of Health falls prey to phishing attack | SAT News'...

One in Ten Emails Verified as Malicious | SAT News

A report released by Cofense (formerly known as PhishMe) has revealed that in 2018, one in ten emails reported were found to be malicious in nature. Read more about 'One in Ten Emails Verified as Malicious | SAT News'...

WhatsApp Video Call Attack | SAT News

WhatsApp can be compromised with a video phone call from attackers.

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Google shutting down Google+ | SAT News

Google will be shutting down their social network Google+ after a bug was discovered in its API that exposed up to half a million users personal details.Once the issue was... Read more about 'Google shutting down Google+ | SAT News'...

Facebook vulnerability affects up to 90 million users | SATNews

Facebook VP of Product Management disclosed a security vulnerability this morning that affected at least 50 million users and potentially upwards of 90 million.

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Cloudflare Launches Encrypted SNI Support | SAT News

Cloudflare has announced it has rolled out encrypted Server Name Indication (SNI) support that started on September 24th. This feature offers an option to encrypt one of the last plain-text parts of standard web browsing, the SNI field. 

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Newegg customer data exposed in breach | SAT News

The popular electronics website, Newegg, has discovered a breach where credit card data was skimmed by utilizing a script called “MageCart”.

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Widespread MikroTik Router Exploit Campaign | SAT News

Netlab 360 has disclosed the discovery of a widespread exploitation campaign against MikroTik routers around the world. Read more about 'Widespread MikroTik Router Exploit Campaign | SAT News'...

Fortnite Vulnerability Demonstrates Fears of Self-Distribution of Apps | SAT News

When Epic Games, developer of the popular game Fortnite, announced they would be distributing their game outside of the Play Store on Android devices, many people eyed the decision with suspicion. Read more about 'Fortnite Vulnerability Demonstrates Fears of Self-Distribution of Apps | SAT News'...

Apache Struts Remote Code Execution Vulnerability | SAT News

A new vulnerability has been discovered by security researches and some people are saying it could be worse than the one that was used in last year’s Equifax hack.

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ATM cash-out | SAT News

The FBI is warning banks that cyber criminals are preparing to carry out a highly choreographed, global fraud scheme known as an “ATM cash-out”, where criminals hack a bank or... Read more about 'ATM cash-out | SAT News'...

WPA/WPA2 PSK Vulnerability | SAT News

While researching potential vulnerabilities in the new WPA3 standard for WiFi security, a developer for Hashcat, Jens Steube, found a new way to crack WPA and WPA2 pre-shared keys. Read more about 'WPA/WPA2 PSK Vulnerability | SAT News'...

Extortion Scam Circulating via Email | SAT News

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Stolen D-Link Certificates Used By Malware | SAT News

Security researchers have discovered that stolen valid digital certificates from D-Link have been used to sign malware, giving them the appearance of legitimate applications. Read more about 'Stolen D-Link Certificates Used By Malware | SAT News'...

New Malware Decides either Cryptominer or Ransomware | SAT News

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