Hackers revive ancient malware to hit remote workers

Social Engineering Malware is again growing in popularity – because it still works! Hackers are using years-old malware for fresh attacks amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The result? A surge of remote access spyware, trojans, botnets, keyloggers, many highly dangerous. They rely on social engineering and phishing campaigns to spread in a shift to remote working. • NetWiredRC, […]

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EasyJet hack loses 9M customer details

Data breach also saw attackers access the credit card details of 2,208 users EasyJet admitted today that “highly sophisticated” hackers had breached its systems, accessing email addresses and travel details and up to 2,208 also had their credit card details exposed. EasyJet says it has seen “no evidence” that the stolen data has been misused, but […]

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General Data Protection Regulation is three months away…

By James Pink With its threat of huge fines for non-compliance, every business must comply with this far stricter Data protection regulation by May 25th. However, the Information Commissioners Office don’t have the man power to fine every non-compliant business on day one. It will take time to get around to your business, but when it […]

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