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Apple Will Disable Insecure TLS In Future iOS, MacOS Releases

Apple Will Disable Insecure TLS In Future iOS, MacOS Releases Apple has deprecated the insecure Transport Layer Security (TLS) 1.0 and 1.1 protocols in recently launched iOS and macOS versions and plans to remove support in future releases altogether. TLS is a secure communication protocol designed to protect users from

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Second Farming Cooperative Shut Down By Ransomware This Week

Second Farming Cooperative Shut Down By Ransomware This Week Minnesota farming supply cooperative Crystal Valley has suffered a ransomware attack, making it the second farming cooperative attacked this weekend. Crystal Valley is a farm supply and grain marketing cooperative serving farmers in Minnesota and northern Iowa. Yesterday, Crystal Valley disclosed that

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Phishing-as-a-service Operation Uses Double Theft To Boost Profits

Phishing-as-a-service Operation Uses Double Theft To Boost Profits Microsoft says BulletProofLink, a large-scale phishing-as-a-service (PhaaS) operation it spotted while investigating recent phishing attacks, is the driving force behind many phishing campaigns that have targeted many corporate organizations lately. The threat actor behind BulletProofLink (also known as BulletProftLink and Anthrax) provides cybercriminals with

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Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover Bugs Leak 100K Windows Credentials

Microsoft Exchange Autodiscover Bugs Leak 100K Windows Credentials Bugs in the implementation of Microsoft Exchange’s Autodiscover feature have leaked approximately 100,000 login names and passwords for Windows domains worldwide. In a new report by Amit Serper, Guardicore’s AVP of Security Research, the researcher reveals how the incorrect implementation of the Autodiscover protocol,

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RaidForums Data Marketplace Accidentally Exposes Private Staff Page

RaidForums Data Marketplace Accidentally Exposes Private Staff Page Underground marketplace and hacker forum, RaidForums, recently exposed internal pages from its website, meant for staff members only. RaidForums is a data breach marketplace where threat actors often sell or leak illicitly obtained data dumps. Oops! RaidForums makes its staff area public RaidForums is

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The 5 Important Things To Know In Security Pen Testing

The 5 Important Things To Know In Security Pen Testing What is penetration testing? Penetration testing (or pen testing) is a security pen testing exercise where a cyber-security expert attempts to find and exploit vulnerabilities in a computer system. The purpose of this simulated attack is to identify any weak

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