Microsoft warns about phishing campaign using open redirects

Microsoft warned about a massive credential phishing campaign using open redirects. Here’s how you can recognize these phishing mails.

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A week in security (August 2 – August 8)

A roundup of the previous week’s breaking information security news and happenings, dated August 2 through August 8.

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Zoom and gloom? Video comms org agrees to settle for $85m

We take a look at the recent Zoom settlement relating to privacy, zoom-bombing, and data sharing, and ask: “How did we get here?”.

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Second colossal LinkedIn “breach” in 3 months, almost all users affected

A huge bundle of 700 million user records apparently scraped from LinkedIn via an API has appeared online.

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Zoom deepfaker fools politicians…twice

We look at how a Deepfake campaign patched two Zoom calls through to politicians from two different governments.

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Zoom zero-day discovery makes calls safer, hackers $200,000 richer

White hat hackers have demonstrated a Remote Code Execution attack against Zoom at the Pwn2Own event.

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A week in security (January 18 – January 24)

An action-packed week on Malwarebytes Labs with ZeroLogon, DNSPooq, WhatsApp privacy, Tiktok settings, Zoom watermarking, and more.

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Zoom watermarking: pros and cons

We dig into the problems and possibilities of video call metadata.

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A week in security (November 23 – November 29)

A roundup of cybersecurity news from November 23 – 29, including Zoom, Spotify, and the IoT Cybersecurity Bill.

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Looks like we’re stuck with Zoom: Is it any safer?

Zoom got into hot water at the start of the pandemic for its much publicized security risks. As you prepare to log in to your next virtual meeting or class, let’s take another look at Zoom.

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