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The Evolution of Callback Phishing Scams

Phishing is one of the oldest forms of cybercrime. It continues to grow and evolve, making it difficult for people to defend themselves. Callback phishing scams are email campaigns that pose as ...

DuckDuckGo for Mac Comes with New Privacy Features

DuckDuckGo announced on October 18, 2022, that the beta version of its Mac desktop app is now available for all Mac users.  DuckDuckGo is a browser that focuses on privacy. It has ...

Ducktail Malware Returns With New PHP Variant

An advanced PHP variant of the Ducktail malware poses a risk to Facebook users. On October 13th, 2022, ZScaler, a cloud security firm, published a blog post detailing this latest discovery. The ...

DDoS IP Protection: A New, Low-Cost Option for SMB

Microsoft announced the Azure DDoS IP Protection released as a public preview on October 19, 2022. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) can now benefit from DDoS protection with a pricing model customized ...

Common Mistakes To Avoid When Implementing A CRM For Your Business

In order to be successful, it is important for businesses to have a good customer relationship management system in place. However, many small companies make simple mistakes that get them in trouble. ...

Fortinet Security Updates

Fortinet addressed a critical vulnerability that gave remote access to numerous services and was being exploited by threat actors in the wild. The company described the vulnerability as an authentication bypass on ...

Toyota T-Connect Database Exposed

On October 7, 2022, Toyota Motor Corporation made an announcement that the personal information of approximately 296,000 consumers had been compromised. The Toyota T-Connect system enables owners of Toyota automobiles to link ...

Firefox 106 Update: What’s New and Improved

On October 18, 2022, Firefox 106 Stable and Firefox 102.4 ESR were released to the public. New features A new Colorways theme, Firefox view, PDF editing, text recognition, and extraction on macOS ...

Personal Information Compromised in City of Tucson Data Breach

 In light of a recent data breach, the City of Tucson, Arizona, is alerting approximately 123,000 citizens that their personal information has been compromised. The issue was detected in May 2022, but ...

Akamai Finds 13 Million Malicious Domains Each Month

According to a new Akamai analysis, the company's experts classified about 79 million domains as dangerous in the first half of 2022; based on a NOD (newly observed domain) dataset, this is ...

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