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February 2018 | Safe Harbor on Cyber google-site-verification: google30a059f9a075f398.html

Month: February 2018

Beware Your Mobile Banking Apps: Sophisticated hacks soar on all platform

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Mobile Bankers App: The cbsnews.com discovers a revealing that security experts warned that malicious mobile banking software designed to take over consumer bank accounts has already threatened up to 10% of consumer mobile phones. To make matters worse, the software is so complex that even smart consumers can easily reveal their

This website is selling your usernames and passwords on the dark net

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Dark Net A recent story from abcactionnews.com reflects the truth about information from the Dark Net is where criminals sell drugs, guns and stolen identities to human remains. You can not google your way to Dark Web, you have to download a special kind of software called “Tor”. The Tor

Be on Alert: Cybercrime shows no signs of slowing down this tax season

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: I couldn’t believe this story from scmagazine.com that believes an interesting thing for IT and cybersecurity professionals, you know that the tax season is a non-compliant season. In the first three months of this year, your employees are most likely to be the targets of cybercriminals, jeopardizing sensitive information and filing

Massive Malspam Campaign Targets Unpatched Systems

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Malspam Campaign: I couldn’t believe this story from threatpost.com that notes that a hidden fact that cybercriminals leverage the most recent fixes for key Adobe Flash Player vulnerabilities in mass Malspam Campaign against unpatched machines. According to research firm Morphisec, cybercriminals are blasting spam and urging recipients to click on links

Unlock iPhone Encryption from Apple by a Phone-Cracking Firm

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on unlock iPhone encryption I couldn’t believe this story from thehackernews.com that features a little-known company claimed to unlock iPhone encryption which may shatter Apple’s long claim that their phone is safe from being crack. Remember the unlocking of a terrorist iPhone behind the massive San Bernardino shooting two years ago between Apple and the

Apple confirms its storage, iCloud is on Google Cloud Server

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on iCloud is on Google Cloud Server: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from thenextweb.com reviews the truth about where Apple stores all iCloud backups. Between millions of customers’ photos, files, contacts, and other data, this is a huge amount of storage space the company needs to make room

Ransomware: Get ready for the next wave of destructive cyberattacks

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Ransomware What is most likely to be an overlooked story from zdnet.com outlines an interesting article.   It may seem unwelcome compared to 2017, but writing off ransomware is still stupid as more malware-hardened attacks using files will take place in the future. High profile events such as WannaCry, NotPetya and

Hacker Returns $26 Million Worth of Ethereum Back to Hacked Company

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary Today I came across this story from bleepingcomputer.com that guides a hidden fact that the hackers have already returned $ 26.2 million worth of Ethereum to Coin Dash, which received funding from July 2017. The money back in two batches. Last September, hackers sent back the first ETH ($ 8.7 million)

Cryptojacking Mining Malware on Crypto-currency with XMRig

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Cryptojacking Mining Malware This story from securityintelligence.com showcases a revealing that cryptocurrency has exploded on a global scale, attacks involving Cryptojacking Mining Malware on Crypto-currency with XMRig have exploded. From bitcoin to Ethereum and Monero, cybercriminals are stealing coins through phishing, malware and exchange platforms, bringing huge losses to consumers and businesses