Microsoft has released an emergency fix for a year 2022 bug that is breaking email delivery on on-premise Microsoft Exchange servers.
2021 is over, and we can look forward to a hopefully healthier, safer, and more normal 2022. However, it was a big year for technology and cybersecurity with massive cyberattacks and data breaches, innovative phishing attacks, privacy concerns, and of course, zero-day vulnerabilities.
Microsoft Exchange on-premise servers cannot deliver email starting on January 1st, 2022, due to a "Year 2022" bug in the FIP-FS anti-malware scanning engine.
The Have I Been Pwned data breach notification service now lets you check if your email and password are one of 441,000 accounts stolen in an information-stealing campaign using RedLine malware.
The AvosLocker ransomware operation provided a free decryptor after learning they encrypted a US government agency.
Photography and personalized photo giant Shutterfly has suffered a Conti ransomware attack that allegedly encrypted thousands of devices and stole corporate data.
The privacy-focused search engine DuckDuckGo continues to grow rapidly, with the company now averaging over 100 million daily search queries and growing by almost 47% in 2021.
The holiday season is here, but there is no rest for our weary admins as ransomware gangs are still conducting attacks over the Christmas and New Years breaks.
A malware distributor for the Dridex banking malware has been toying with victims and researchers over the last few weeks. The latest example is a phishing campaign that taunts victims with a COVID-19 funeral assistance helpline number.
A new Dridex malware phishing campaign is using fake employee termination emails as a lure to open a malicious Excel document, which then trolls the victim with a season's greeting message.
Threat actors now exploit the critical Apache Log4j vulnerability named Log4Shell to infect vulnerable devices with the notorious Dridex banking trojan or Meterpreter.
A critical Apache Log4j vulnerability took the world by storm this week, and now it is being used by threat actors as part of their ransomware attacks.
Portland brewery and hotel chain McMenamins suffered a Conti ransomware attack over the weekend that disrupted the company's operations.
Cloudflare is experiencing "wide-spread" latency issues with their network and services, causing websites to load slowly and customers to experience performance issues accessing the customer dashboard.
Right in time for the holidays, the notorious Emotet malware is once again directly installing Cobalt Strike beacons for rapid cyberattacks.