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Day: February 7, 2018

42% of the most popular websites are vulnerable to cyberattacks

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Web Site are Vulnerable: A must read story from evaluates a hidden facts on web site vulnerabilities: 42% of the 100,000 sites on the network are using software that is vulnerable or has been attacked in some way. – Menlo Security, 2018 4,600 phishing sites use legitimate hosting services

MacUpdate hacked on MACs, cryptocurrency miner apps installedOSX.CreativeUpdate

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on MacUpdate This story from analyzes the truth about Cybercriminals have managed to infiltrate MacUpdate, a Mac app download site, and maliciously install Firefox, OnyX and Deeper app, which are actually cryptocurrencies miner. The event took place on February 1, when SentinelOne released a blog warn the reader about mine,

FBI sounds alarm over malware-laden phishing email making the rounds

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Phishing Scams: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from mentions that phishing is still the biggest threat to online services, though it is one of the oldest techniques in this book. The FBI warned that phishing scams will continue to headline news in 2018, as bad

Warning: Looming Google Chrome HTTPS certificate apocalypse!

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on <span title=”成千上万的网站将被发现自己被标记为不安全的,除非他们在接下来的两个月内交换了他们的HTTPS证书。 “>HTTPS Certificate Credentials Today I came across this story from that sheds light on thousands of sites will be found to be marked as unsafe unless they have exchanged their HTTPS certificate credentials within the next two months. Since Google decided in September to stop trusting SSL/TLS

Adobe: Two critical Flash Player security bugs fixed

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Adobe Patch Urgent Update This story from recaps that Adobe released an urgent update to Flash Player to fix major zero-day vulnerabilities that have been used to target targeted North Korean hackers. Last week, South Korea’s Computer Emergency Response Team (KR-CERT) issued a warning that a security company’s follow-up