It’s Not Over! WannaCry 2.0 Ransomware On It’s Way!

By |2017-05-15T18:22:39+01:00May 15th, 2017|Categories: Networking, Security|

Over 237,000 computers across 99 countries around the world have been infected, and the infection is still rising even hours after the kill switch was triggered by the 22-years-old British security researcher behind the twitter handle 'MalwareTech.' WannaCry Ransomware malware targets a Windows SMB exploit, to remotely target computers running on unpatched or unsupported versions [...]

Google Docs Phishing Scam Affects Around 1 Million Users.

By |2017-05-10T15:57:51+01:00May 10th, 2017|Categories: Security, Services|

A phishing scam last week that imitated Google Docs briefly, compromising around a million Gmail users in a few hours. An app called 'Google Docs', not affiliated with Google, was the source of the attack. Emails were sent by the criminals to people telling them that one of their contacts had shared a file with them [...]

Wonga Goes Bonga: 270,000 Customer Data May Be Exposed

By |2017-04-19T18:31:11+01:00April 19th, 2017|Categories: Security|

Wonga Goes Bonga: Potential 270,000 Customer Data May Be Exposed Wonga the payday loan company has suffered a data breach, that could have affected upto 270,000 customer’s personal data - these include names, addressed, phone numbers, and other financial information, including account numbers, sort codes and the last four digits of card number. Professor Alan [...]

Office 365 Leaking Data Onto Google and Bing

By |2017-04-04T16:38:50+01:00April 3rd, 2017|Categories: Security|

Users of Microsoft Office 365 are without realising sharing sensitive documents because they don't understand the way Office 365 sharing works. Other information password and health information, were also found via (The search engine element of Microsoft's online Office suite. This issue was revealed by Kevin Beaumont, in series of tweets, through whic he highlighted [...]

Microsoft Windows 2003 Server No Patch for Zero Day Flaw Affecting 600 000 Web Servers

By |2017-04-04T13:58:16+01:00April 3rd, 2017|Categories: Security, Servers|

MICROSOFT HAS NO PLANS to fix a flaw which could affect up to 600 000 web servers running Internet Information Services (IIS) 6.0. The zero-day vulnerability occurs in the Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning (WebDAV) component of Microsoft's web server IIS 6.0. WebDAV is an extension of the HTTP protocol that allows clients to write [...]