March 17, 2020 The American Red Cross is closely monitoring the outbreak of corona virus disease 2019 (COVID-19) and following the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). We know this is a stressful time and people want to know what they can do right now to protect
TEL AVIV/WASHINGTON (Reuters) – As people disperse to their homes to work and study because of the coronavirus pandemic, taking their laptops and company data with them, cyber security experts say hackers will follow, seeking to take advantage and infiltrate corporations. FILE PHOTO: Two people work from home during the
Cyber Security
A new cyber attack is hijacking router’s DNS settings so that web browsers display alerts for a fake COVID-19 information app from the World Health Organization that is the Oski information-stealing malware. For the past five days, people have been reporting their web browser would open on its own and display a
Cyber Security
A 21-year old arrested in Indonesia is suspected to have sent phishing emails that spread ransomware. He is believed to be a lone wolf that started as a teenager and reportedly made at least 300 bitcoins from cybercriminal activities. The arrest was made on October 18, but details were released
The Maze Ransomware is conducting a new spam campaign that targets Italian users by pretending to be the country’s Tax and Revenue Agency. The Maze Ransomware is not a new infection, but within the past month it has been picking up steam with new campaigns, partnering with exploit kits, and

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