Cybersecurity

Vulnerability shuts down the Emulator Used by Avast Antivirus

Do you also feel your device is safe because of the antivirus that has more than 435 million monthly active users? Yes, we are talking about the Avast antivirus! It shares the most significant market among the malware application vendors across the globe. In the year 2017, it was one of the most famed antivirus

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Improve Online Experience-Online Survey Bypasser Free

Are you aware of the stats that seventy-two percent of the internet users feel that online surveys interfere with their experience while working on net? Yes, it is the truth, and if you are a regular user of the internet, then you might have faced this problem. Do not worry users; to eliminate this issue,

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New York Airport Paid Ransomware Demand After Suffering

The replacement for GandCrab Sodinokibi has been in the news for a long time. The evil ransomware (or REvil) has reached numerous high profile targets. And now, the latest attack on Sodinikobi has affected New York Airport systems.  Sodinokibi Attack The Albany County Airport Authority has recently announced a cyber attack on its infrastructure. Sodinokibi

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7 Big Factors that makes Small Business at Risk

Small organizations still face a long list of threats to security. These threats and vulnerabilities should take precedence. Increasingly, cyber criminals are targeting smaller organisations. This makes small and medium-sized enterprises (SMBs) hard to find. They are also working with smaller budgets and staff constraints in the face of a long list of cyber threats,

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IoT Cybersecurity Is Still Very Problematic

In our past article, we have discussed the flaws affecting an obscure embedded OS, which happens to be one of the most successful operating systems in history, while at the same time remained hidden from most users, VxWorks. We are in the middle of a major shift in computing, as competition for the standard operating

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Mitrecorp Issues Fake Vulnerability Bug Report For VLC Player

CERT-Bund has issued a critical advisory regarding an alleged persistent vulnerability in all versions of VLC Player from version 3.0.7.1 and older. VLC Player is a very popular cross platform open source media player with versions available in Windows, Linux, MacOS, iOS, Android and Unix. The bug has something to do with buffer over-read, connected

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Comprehensive Cybersecurity Plan, A Must For Firms

Cyber ​​attacks are changing with the times. Initially, personal cyber-attacks were nothing but digital vandalism, seeking for 15-minutes of fame were mainstream, but the people behind the attacks today shifted to economic reason why they are into it – for money. They target organizations, important infrastructures, and state agencies, the incidents became increasingly sophisticated, complicated

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Are Companies Still Doubting Cloud-Computing?

The 2019 Access Management Index report revealed by Thales has provided a quick glimpse of how corporations’ top IT decision makers are coping with cloud-computing push by the industry. 49% of the 1050 IT corporate leaders suggest that they will not embrace cloud computing at this time, due to the issue of becoming a target

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Fundamentals Of A DDoS Attack

Distributed Denial of Service Attack (DDoS) is a critical cybersecurity concern that causes a service to stop by sending numerous processing requests from multiple computers to a target server over the network. DDoS basically is an expansion of the DoS attack, when multiple computers make simultaneously request service from a certain target in an effort

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Myths In Cybersecurity That People Needs To Forget

Cyber attacks come in various presentation and packages, the damage range from “all systems feel normal” to “the sky is falling” scenarios. But one thing is for sure, users of all access levels, from system admins to end-users and consumers have a large role to play for the success or failure of cyber attacks perpetuated.

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