One more reason I don’t fuck with them…
Security researchers have discovered a vulnerability in Ring doorbells that exposed the passwords for the Wi-Fi networks to which they were connected. Continue reading
Ransomware is no joke… stuff like this shows how nepotism and ish put people in jobs like cybersecurity they ain’t qualified for an everyone suffers…
Yesterday, some residents of Johannesburg, the largest city in South Africa, were left without electricity after the city’s power company got attacked by a ransomware virus.
City Power, the company responsible for powering South Africa’s financial capital Johannesburg, confirmed Thursday on Twitter that it had been hit by a Ransomware virus that had encrypted all of its databases, applications, and network. Continue reading
For all the folks that buy pre-built PCs with bundled crap software lol
Malwarebytes, maker of the security solution of the same name, released a new version of the company’s AdwCleaner program this week. AdwCleaner is a standalone free program designed to detect and remove adware and other unwanted software programs from Windows machines. Continue reading
Boy the malware creators are gettin good… but this why you don’t just open videos and crap people send you.. EVEN people you know cuz they don’t know shit about tech
Are you using an Android device?
Beware! You should be more careful while playing a video on your smartphone—downloaded anywhere from the Internet or received through email.
That’s because, a specially crafted innocuous-looking video file can compromise your Android smartphone—thanks to a critical remote code execution vulnerability that affects over 1 billion devices running Android OS between version 7.0 and 9.0 (Nougat, Oreo, or Pie). Continue reading
I’m a lil late with this story since it hit while I was OOT
A few years ago, hackers discovered that they could remotely take control of a PC by exploiting a vulnerability in Logitech wireless dongles. According to The Verge, dongles that Logitech is shipping today are still vulnerable to the same remote access hack—dubbed “MouseJack.”—a list that includes the manufacturer’s Unifying Receiver and G900 wireless gaming mouse. Continue reading
Hilariously, I do such a good job online that I am not even eligible lololololol
See for yourself
Equifax has announced that their massive data breach in 2017 exposed the personal information of 147 million people. Now, the company has agreed to a $700 million settlement. Continue reading
The webconference app Zoom secretly installs a web server hackers can use to turn on your camera and start a conference without your knowledge… I posted an earlier article about it Link but those who didn’t peep or want to read, just watch…
Don’t click questionable links…. hell just get a Chromebook lol
Security researchers at Microsoft have released details of a new widespread campaign distributing an infamous piece of fileless malware that was primarily being found targeting European and Brazilian users earlier this year.
Dubbed Astaroth, the malware trojan has been making the rounds since at least 2017 and designed to steal users’ sensitive information like their credentials, keystrokes, and other data, without dropping any executable file on the disk or installing any software on the victim’s machine. Continue reading