World Password Day: Brushing up on the basics

It’s World Password Day! We take a look at the basic problems surrounding the humble password, and how to make it more secure.

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Four key cybersecurity practices during geopolitical upheaval

In a time of rapid-changing crisis, here are four SMB cybersecurity best practices to help prevent the most common attacks.

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Ransomware gang hits 49ers’ network before Super Bowl kick off

Just hours before the Super Bowl Sunday kick off, the San Francisco 49ers confirmed it was the victim of a ransomware attack.

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Microsoft: Slow MFA adoption presents “dangerous mismatch” in security

Microsoft says its corporate users are not using MFA, another layer of security that keeps accounts safe. Unfortunately, this is not an isolated problem.

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Intercepting 2FA: Over 1200 man-in-the-middle phishing toolkits detected

Evolved phishing toolkits that can intercept 2FA codes are called man-in-the-middle (MiTM) phishing kits. And they’re growing in popularity.

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Police forces pipe 225 million pwned passwords into ‘Have I Been Pwned?’

Law enforcement agencies like the FBI and NCA have injected hundreds of millions of unique passwords into Have I Been Pwned.

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Click “OK” to defeat MFA

A sophisticated threat actor has been using a very unsophisticated method to defeat multi-factor authentication.

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Have you downloaded that Android malware from the Play Store lately?

Hopefully not, because these Android malware families that have recently plagued the Store are quite sophisticated and nasty.

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Millions of GoDaddy customer data compromised in breach

GoDaddy, the ‘big daddy’ of domain name registrars, has been compromised—again!

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Fake ransomware warnings hit WordPress sites: How to stay safe

CMS hijackers want WordPress site owners to believe their site has been hit by ransomware. What’s actually going on?

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