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This Android Malware Is Stealing Login Credentials

If you're deeply involved in IT security, you may already be familiar with the ERMAC Android banking trojan. If this is the first time you're hearing of it, be aware […]

Screencastify Issue Could Allow Someone To Steal Recorded Videos

Are you one of the legions of users making use of the Screencastify Chrome extension?  It's a fantastic Chrome extension that allows you to almost effortlessly create screencasts for a […]

Update Google Chrome Soon To Fix Multiple Security Issues

Are you a Google Chrome user?  If so, be aware that the company recently released a stable version of Chrome 102 and is urging all users of its browser to […]

General Motors Customer Data Leaked By Credential Stuffing Attacks

Do you own a Chevrolet, Buick, GMC, or Cadillac?  If so, be aware that GM recently acknowledged that they fell victim to a credential stuffing attack a little over a […]

The Latest Windows 11 Update Fixes Dozens Of Issues

Are you a Windows 11 early adopter?  If so, you'll want to grab the latest update KB5014019.  It contains several important bug fixes including fixes for Direct3D app crashing issues, […]

Be Aware That ChromeLoader Malware Is Picking Up Steam

A browser hijacker called "ChromeLoader" has had a large uptick in detections this month, which is raising eyebrows among security professionals. ChromeLoader can modify a victim's web browser settings to […]

 New Phishing Attacks Use HTML Email Attachments

HTML attachments as an attack vector may seem a little old school. However, according to statistics compiled by Kaspersky Lab indicates that in 2022, that form of attack is not […]

Upgrade This WordPress Plugin To Avoid Being Hacked

Do you own and manage a WordPress site either personally or as part of your business?  Do you also use the Tatsu plugin which offers a powerful suite of in-browser […]

Update VMWare Apps Now For Critical Security Vulnerabilities

The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued an advisory that serves as a stark warning. If you're using VMware products that are impacted by recently disclosed critical security […]

Update Addresses Zero Day Exploit For Some Apple Devices

If you're not familiar with the term, a Zero Day exploit is a security flaw that the software vendor is not aware of and hasn't yet patched. In many (but […]

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