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Microsoft Office 365 to Release New Anti-Phishing Feature

With the world becoming more digital and inter-connected with each passing day, the threat posed by cybercriminals has been on the rise; the most notable of these threats is phishing. Phishing is the attempt to gain sensitive information such as usernames, passwords, and credit card details, by disguising oneself as a trustworthy entity in an electronic communication.

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Secure your business from Cyber Attacks during Covid-19

Working from home had previously been seen as a nice-to-have in the corporate world, with most companies not giving it much importance. However, with the breakout of the covid-19 pandemic and its subsequent effects on the global economy, most companies were unprepared for the change in workplace dynamics and the challenges involved with working from home; one of which is the threats of cybersecurity attacks.

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Unknown hackers targeted the US Census Bureau network

According to the HTA report released by the DHS; “Advanced persistent threat or other malicious cyber actors likely will target election-related infrastructure as the 2020 Presidential election approaches, focusing on voter PII, municipal or state networks, or state election officials directly.”

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Sam’s Club customer accounts hacked in credential stuffing attacks

Sam’s club, an American chain of membership-only retail warehouse clubs founded in 1983 and named after Walmart founder Sam Walton recently had their customer accounts hacked in a series of stuffing attacks. The attacks which were only detected in September were said to not have come for a data breach, but rather from a series of attacks in which the attackers already knew the user’s credentials.

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CISA Warns of Emotet Attacks on US state, local governments

According to CISA, they have observed over 16,000 Emotet-related alerts since July; as-well-as Emotet-related traffic over ports 80, 8080, and 443. With one instance where an Emotet-related IP attempted to connect over port 445, suggesting the possible use of Server Message Block (SMB).

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