Month: June 2021

Tech boom: How did London become one of the world’s fastest growing tech hubs?

London has always been a world leader in innovation. From the invention of the first mobile phone, to the creation of a ‘metro’ system that’s now used worldwide, London has continually risen as an international tech hub. But just how...

/ June 30, 2021

From Ransomware to RansomOps: Evolution of A Threat

Black Hat talks with Sam Curry of Cybereason about the defining characteristics of today’s “RansomOps” versus more traditional “spray and pray” ransomware criminal activity.

/ June 30, 2021

8 ways to communicate your ideas to your development team

@KiranKiran Content Writer at Truemark Technology. Company Website Link – https://www.truemark.dev/ 57% of projects fail due to poor communication. Poor communication is one of the major factors for project failure. To make a project successful, every team member should communicate...

/ June 30, 2021

cPanel and File Transfer Protocol

@technologynewsTechnology News Australia Australian technology news information writer. I have worked in the Technology industry for over 25 years. What is cPanel? If you are new at web hosting, this article will give you an insight into what cPanel is....

/ June 30, 2021

Dell’s Social Media Customer Support Is Actually Really Good

@scott-d.-claryScott D. Clary Host of The Success Story Podcast | Founder/CEO @ROIOverload | Forbes, Hackernoon, Startup Whenever I write scaling or growth case studies, I usually find myself writing about high-growth, venture-backed startups. We tend to focus on companies that...

/ June 30, 2021

Hackers Use Western Digital My Book Zero-day Vulnerability to Mass-wipe Live Devices

Recently, Western Digital encountered a Zero-day vulnerability that has been identified as CVE-2021-35941. However, it is not the first when the hacker is targeting the Western Digital My Book Live NAS. The researchers of Western Digital asserted that in addition...

/ June 30, 2021

Authorities Seize DoubleVPN Service Used by Cybercriminals

A coordinated international law enforcement operation resulted in the takedown of a VPN service called DoubleVPN for providing a safe haven for cybercriminals to cover their tracks. “On 29th of June 2021, law enforcement took down DoubleVPN,” the agencies said...

/ June 30, 2021

GitHub Launches ‘Copilot’ — AI-Powered Code Completion Tool

GitHub on Tuesday launched a technical preview of a new AI-powered pair programming tool that aims to help software developers write better code across a variety of programming languages, including Python, JavaScript, TypeScript, Ruby, and Go. Copilot, as the code...

/ June 30, 2021

The Future of Consulting and Legal Relationships Powered by AI

@daglar-cizmeciDaglar Cizmeci Investor, Founder & CEO. MIT graduate. Co-Founder of Mesmerise VR, Marsfields, ARQ and Repeat. With AI becoming more prevalent in day-to-day operations, the word “consultant” may soon take on a new meaning. That’s because these intelligent systems will...

/ June 30, 2021

Hackers Could Steal Users Data When This Microsoft Edge Bug Is Exploited

Posted on June 30, 2021 at 4:24 PM Last week, Microsoft released updates for the Edge browser, providing fixes for two vulnerabilities. One of the bugs is a security bypass that threat actors could exploit to plant and execute arbitrary...

/ June 30, 2021

[Webinar] How Cyber Attack Groups Are Spinning a Larger Ransomware Web

Organizations today already have an overwhelming number of dangers and threats to look out for, from spam to phishing attempts to new infiltration and ransomware tactics. There is no chance to rest, since attack groups are constantly looking for more...

/ June 30, 2021

Hackers Trick Microsoft Into Signing a Malicious Netfilter Rootkit

The security experts at G Data have recently detected a malicious driver, Netfilter that is signed by Microsoft itself. And this Netfilter rootkit generally connects to C&C infrastructure along with a Chinese IP address.  However, in one of the recent...

/ June 30, 2021