DNS Cache Poisoning

Or Domain Name System Cache Poisoning – It is a method that changes the system’s domain name, which gives an incorrect IP address as a result. The cybercriminals’ objective is to divert traffic to a malicious server controlled by hackers and used for launching online attacks.

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Massive $59M Facebook Phishing Campaign Steals Nearly 400M Credentials

Threat actors have managed to net a staggering $59 million and steal hundreds of millions of credentials in a massive ongoing Facebook phishing attack. Experts say it's only getting bigger. Facebook phishing operation still ongoing Researchers at PIXM have recently...

Human Error is a Top Security Risk in 2022, New Report Shows

A new report from Verizon warns about the human error as being one of the most frequent causes of ransomware attacks and data breaches. Human Error is Your Company's Worst Enemy Verizon's latest annual report says organizations and their employees are the weakest...

Paying The Ransom – An Open Invitation For A Second Attack, 2022 Report Warns

Whether the unlucky victim of a ransomware attack ends up paying the ransom or not, they are still susceptible to more attacks. However, a new report warns that paying up is the worst thing you can do and paints an even bigger bullseye on your back. What is...