Monthly Archives: November 2018
Marriott Data Breach hits 500 million Starwood guests. It was said that during the investigation, there had been unauthorized access to the Starwood network since 2014. The information copied from the Starwood guest database over all this time were names, … Read the rest
There was an attempted breach on DELL EMC customers using Dell.com. The company has been stressing customers to change their passwords. Dell cybersecurity teams are still not sure on how hackers got access to the information on the website. They … Read the rest
Tuesday Dunkin’ Donuts posted an advisory on the website regarding to its credential stuffing attack on the companies data.
What does This Credential Stuffing mean?
Credential stuffing is a term related to a specific type of hacking that secures user credentials
On Tuesday Microsoft notified users that digital certificates have been compromised for two apps which allowed someone to remotely spoof websites and content. The issue was that the certificate and private key were the same for anyone who installed these … Read the rest
Octobers HealthCare.gov Data Breach Exposed Individuals Personal Information. The details that were surfaced about the data breach said that around 75,000 consumers were effected. Letters were sent out to affected people from the Centers for medicare and Medicaid Services and … Read the rest
Our lives have been taken over with many many WiFi enabled capable devices. The internet of things (IoT) has quite a flaw which is security. Many vendors lax on providing security updates to their software that are used in smartphones, … Read the rest
Crash Skype for Business by sending a large number of emojis 800+ kittens in one message and the client freezes the program for a few seconds. This can be exploited to perform Denial of Service attacks against Skype for Business … Read the rest
Did you know that Windows 10 does not have system restore configured by default? System Restore comes handy when a patch crashed your system or updated drivers and software that caused unwanted reactions of the computer.