Exchange Online to block emails from “vulnerable” on-prem servers
Microsoft is enabling a new security feature to protect users from on-premise servers that have not updated their security.
Microsoft is enabling a new system for Exchange Online that will automatically start throttling and blocking emails sent from "persistently vulnerable Exchange servers" tha... Read more
Google launches end-to-end encryption for Gmail web
Google recently announced end-to-end encryption for the web version of Gmail. The feature allows users to send and receive encrypted emails inside and outside their domains.
The update involves client-side encryption or E2EE. When enabled, the security feature ensures that sensitive data from an... Read more
Hacking campaign uses infected James Webb Telescope image
Investigators discovered a new malware campaign that uses gigapixel images from the James Web Project to distribute malware on target computers.
The James Web Telescope (JWST) was launched after more than two decades of planning and development. It's a turning point for astronomy, but sadly also... Read more
PyPI packages under attack after phishers target developers
Developers and maintainers of PyPI are under attack by digital scammers through email phishing.
Several PyPI developers and maintainers have fallen for phishing scams conducted by digital scammers. The malicious campaign was disclosed by Adam Johnson, a project board member at Django, who receiv... Read more
State-backed North Korean hackers have a smart way of reading your Gmail
Security researchers revealed never-seen-before malware that competent North Korean hackers use to sneak, read, and access the attachments and emails from AOL and Gmail users' accounts.
A malware, dubbed SHARPEXT by security researchers from security firm Volexity, uses smart methods to download... Read more
Research: new tools and security measures often counterproductive
Research by Zivver reveals that although companies have accelerated their innovation efforts in the past two years, many challenges remain. Employees that participated in the study complain about security measures that are counterproductive and slow down work. Many applications have been added in t... Read more
Material Security receives $100m on a unicorn valuation worth $1.1b
Material Security has fundraised around $100 million to extend and advance its products into new zones to expand internationally.
Elad Gill, Andreessen Horowitz, and other prestigious tech investors have collaborated with Founders Funds to lead the Series C round. The fundraising was carried out... Read more
Phishers breach British healthcare system
Cybercriminals hacked into the mail system of the UK's National Health Service. Breached employee accounts are used to send phishing mails.
There are signs of a scandal. The incident wasn't reported by the National Health Service (NHS). It took an independent security provider to break the news.... Read more
Avast launch new features to prevent online scams and phishing
Avast has released new features to protect users from online scams and security threats.
Avast today announced the addition of several new capabilities to its leading product, i.e., Avast One, which is meant to safeguard users from fraud, online scams, and other security threats. Email Guardian,... Read more
Why Businesses Need Advanced Threat Protection for Email Security
Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) consistently provides solutions to prevent critical business-sensitive data from cyber threats before they reach their employees and react promptly when things go wrong. ATP also provides, detects, and notifies you of advanced threats via email, mobile, social, and ... Read more