Google Plans To Force Oauth in G Suite For Increased Security

As per the latest announcement from Google, it will block less secured apps to prevent their access to G Suite account data from February 2021. Even these apps will initiate to face limited access from upcoming June 2020. This announcement came after the option of “Enforce access to less secure apps for all users” setting from Google Admin console is removed on October 30,2019. LSAs are basically non-Google applications which access Google accounts and details like username or password pairs, and this simply increases the risk or exposure of user…

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How DDoS attackers named Derp Trolling remain in jail for 27 months?

The hackers who launched DDoS attacks at Sony, EA and other platforms during 2013 at a time of Christmas will serve as a jail time: A 23 years old people named Austin Thompson also known by his virtual agenda Derp Trolling was sentenced to 27 months in prison for his DDoS attacks under major gaming companies. This hacker pledged guilty in November 2018 and he was accused of disrupting major gaming platforms like Steam, PlayStation network and ruined many gamers back in 2013. He was the first attacker who launched…

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Largest airplane part distributor ASCO has been hacked by ransomware

According to the security experts, ASCO is one of the largest airplane part providers which have been assaulted by ransomware attack on the June 7 of the current year. Because of its infected PC, most of its factories have been closed for one week which has located in Germany, Belgium, Canada and United States. Mainly the infections took place in Belgium and many experts think that authorities have disabled additional factories in other countries to take preventive steps. The possibility of infection will degrade if each and every part of…

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Cyber Criminals Exploits CVE-2017-11882 for Email Attacks and Targeting European Users

According to the expert’s point of view, email delivering malware is not a kind of news but this campaign is very serious and you must know about it being a Windows PC user. Are per reports, an aggressive malware campaigns is using  emails in European languages and is circulating RTF files which distributes CVE-2017-11882 exploits and recently gives warning to Microsoft security intelligence team. These exploits allow hackers to automatically inject malicious codes without getting users permission. Depth analysis: Last year the vulnerability of CVE-2017-11882 was used in combination with…

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Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS) used To Spread GandCrab 5 ransomware

The latest release of malware developers GandCrab 5 ransomware is distributed as Ransomware-as-a-service (RaaS). This tactic is being highly used by hackers to spread crypto-viruses in recent time. In this profession, the controller of the Ransomware makes companionship with malware crypting service named NTCrypt. It’s a spiteful tool that is used by hackers to boost vicious codes in order to make them very tough to get eliminated. An additional layer of stealth security is deployed by this tool, by searching for their definite strings; it tries to find security application.…

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Thousands of PCs have been infected by Cryptocurrency Miners via a new marketing campaign Fake Adobe Flash Update

Cryptocurrency miners are very popular malware infections as they include potential to mine digital currencies by using users’ PCs’ memory resources. Each time such types of parasites get invaded into the work-station, their authors generate profits. In recent times, the most popular method used by malware developers to distribute such infections is Fake Adobe Flash Update campaign. In this tactic, users receive pop-ups notifications stating that your Adobe Flash Player is out-dated and needs to be updated quickly to avoid PC threats. They are also given an update link but…

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