It’s Time to Say Goodbye to the Internet Explorer Desktop App

Microsoft will be officially retiring the Internet Explorer 11 desktop app in the not-too-distant future. Here is what you need to know if your business is still using this web browser on Windows 10 machines. …Log into your iPressGo account to read the full article.

A Recent Monday.com Hack Reveals Access was Gained to their Source Code

monday.com and several other organizations have recently suffered a cyberattack through Codecov, a popular code coverage tool. The attackers accessed a read-only version of the source code for the company’s self-named software, which is a project management tool for enterprises that also facilitates collaboration between team members. monday.com served 100,000 clients as of 2020, including both technical and non-technical organizations. …

An Attack that Strips Away SSL (https) Status

Malicious actors have been adding their own servers to the Tor network since January 2020, generally for the purpose of intercepting traffic from users accessing cryptocurrentcy sites. Once the attackers add a server to the network, they mark it as an exit relay. This action anonymizes the traffic passing through the affected server before it enters the public internet. The …

New Bills on Capitol Hill After the Colonial Pipeline Attack

The recent ransomware attack against the Colonial Pipeline illustrates the need for a plan to protect the economy in the event of a major cyberattack, according to members of the House’s Homeland Security Committee (HSC). The Colonial Pipeline shut down operations last week as a result of the attack, leaving 45 percent of the U.S. East Coast without its normal …

100 Million Android Users’ Data Affected with these Misconfigured Apps

Mobile app developers may have exposed the personal data of over 100 million Android users to malicious actors, according to Check Point Research (CPR). The app research firm discovered multiple vulnerabilities resulting from misconfigured third-party cloud services after examining 23 Android applications. The compromised personal data included chat messages, emails, geographic locations, passwords and photos. …Log into your iPressGo account …

To Pay or Not to Pay: That is the Question That Ransomware Victims Must Answer

Colonial Pipeline Company recently paid $4.4 million dollars to get its data back after a ransomware attack, rekindling the debate of whether companies should give in to cybercriminals’ demands. Find out why some companies decide to pay the ransom while others do not. Most people never heard of the Colonial Pipeline Company before May 2021, even though it transports 45% …

Inundated with Robocalls? Relief Is on the Way

The number of illegal robocalls has risen dramatically in 2021. Fortunately, the TRACED Act is expected to provide relief. Learn about this legislation and discover what you can do until its effect is fully felt. …Log into your iPressGo account to read the full article.

A History of Ransomware

Ransomware is a type of malware in which the perpetrator threatens to commit a malicious act unless the victim pays a ransom. The simplest type of ransomware appears to lock the target system, although a person with reasonable knowledge of computers can usually resolve the problem without paying the ransom. …Log into your iPressGo account to read the full article.

The Security Risks Associated with Cookies

Cookies are a common target for hackers because they represent a major vulnerability in web applications. Multi-factor authentication (MFA) is a traditional approach to solving this problem, but it’s becoming less effective as attackers devise ways of defeating it. Web developers are using new methods like Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) to defend against modern attacks in the current cloud and …

Mobile Devices are Increasingly Infected with Malware and No One Seems to Notice

Mobile devices are increasingly likely to be infected with malware, especially in developing markets. The economic and technological gap that already exists between the social classes is being further widened by the COVID-19 pandemic. A 2021 report from Upstream shows that 16 percent of devices in markets like Brazil, Indonesia, South Africa and Thailand have processed fraudulent transactions from malware. …