Our unique approach to DLP allows for quick deployment and on-demand scalability, while providing full data visibility and no-compromise protection. We've compiled Data Protection Tips to help you protect your passwords, financial information, and identity online. Keeping your passwords, financial, and other personal information safe and protected from outside intruders has long been a priority of businesses, but it's increasingly critical for consumers and individuals to heed data protection advice and use sound practices to keep your sensitive personal information safe and secure. There's an abundance of information out there for consumers, families, and individuals on protecting passwords, adequately protecting desktop computers, laptops, and mobile devices from hackers, malware, and other threats, and best practices for using the Internet safely. But there's so much information that it's easy to get confused, particularly if you're not tech-savvy.
You may have heard of a recent surge in sextortion-based phishing campaigns. These campaigns seek to extort victims by threatening to publicly embarrass them for engaging in a sexually-explicit act, using previously-exposed passwords as proof of compromise. This is not new; users have reported these intermittently since late However, the recent scale and persistence of this campaign has led to some success. As part of this campaign, we collected and analyzed a sample of emails sent over a two-month period, in which 8, email addresses were bombarded with over 60, emails.
Do our kids understand why strong passwords are important and why it needs to become a habit much like personal health and hygiene? Eat a balanced diet so you have fuel for the day and to protect yourself from illness and disease. Get enough sleep to restore your body and keep your mind sharp for learning.
A malicious website pretending to be the live map for Coronavirus COVID Global Cases by Johns Hopkins University is circulating on the internet waiting for unwitting internet users to visit the website. Visiting the website infects the user with the AZORult trojan, an information stealing program which can exfiltrate a variety of sensitive data. It is likely being spread via infected email attachments, malicious online advertisements, and social engineering. Furthermore, anyone searching the internet for a Coronavirus map could unwittingly navigate to this malicious website. This sample was labelled by Hybrid-Analysis as a Trojan.