The company said that this decision is based on the fact that the company has a license from the Federal Security Service of the Russian Federation and does not affect the Positive Technologies business in any way.
The document related to the new package of sanctions has already been published in the Official Journal of the EU and has entered into force.
It is strange that the Russians are outraged, because let me remind you that we also wrote that the U.S. [...]
While patches were eventually released for the problem, the manufacturer has now unexpectedly stated that customers should stop using hacked Email Security Gateways (ESG) and replace them, even if they received patches.
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Over 4,000 Servers Are Still Vulnerable to Critical Bug in Sophos Firewall, and also that Emsisoft Says Hackers Are Spoofing Its Certificates.
Also, you might be interested in the article: Email Security Tactics – How to Stay [...]
CrowdStrike trained the model on information about recent security events the company has experienced, information about threats from hacker groups and ongoing attacks, and telemetry for users, devices, and cloud workloads.
Let me remind you that we also wrote that OpenAI Introduced a Tool for Detecting Text Generated by Artificial Intelligence, and also that New White Phoenix Tool Helps Recover Files Partially Encrypted by [...]
White Phoenix will allow victims to partially recover files encrypted by malware that uses discontinuous encryption. The tool is already available for free download on GitHub.
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Free Decryptor Arrived for MegaCortex Ransomware, and also that Search for Random Leaks of API Keys, Passwords and Tokens Works for All GitHub Users.
Breakthrough encryption is a technique used by some ransomware groups. The idea is that the malware alternately encrypts and does not encrypt data fragments, which allows the file to be encrypted much [...]
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Search for Random Leaks of API Keys, Passwords and Tokens Works for All GitHub Users, and also that OpenAI Introduced a Tool for Detecting Text Generated by Artificial Intelligence.
As you know, one of the most serious drawbacks of Google Authenticator has always been the lack of backup of one-time two-factor authentication (2FA) codes, as well as the lack of support for multiple devices at [...]
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Researchers Created a TickTock Device to Detect Wiretapping, and also that OpenAI Introduced a Tool for Detecting Text Generated by Artificial Intelligence.
Also the media wrote that Linus Torvalds Uses Linux on an Apple MacBook Air with an M2 Processor.
In this release of Kali Linux, developers have introduced many new features, including:
mentioned Kali Purple for [...]Information security specialists also said that GitHub will remove exploits for vulnerabilities under attack.
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Samsung Message Guard Will Protect Galaxy Devices from Zero-Click Attacks, and also that OpenAI Introduced a Tool for Detecting Text Generated by Artificial Intelligence.
Since attackers actively search public repositories on GitHub for various secrets [...]
The novelty should help Galaxy smartphone users protect themselves from so-called zero-click attacks that use malicious image files.
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Thousands of Android Apps Leak Data Due to Misconfigured Firebase, and also that Google introduces mandatory 2-Step Verification for Google Accounts.
Zero-click exploits are usually understood as attacks that use some kind of vulnerability without any user interaction. As a rule, such attacks include sending a malicious message or file to the victim that will exploit a vulnerability on the device. [...]
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Antivirus solution provider Emsisoft reported data leak, and we did a review: Emsisoft Anti-Malware Review 2022 – Is It Any Good?
Emsisoft says in its security bulletin that one of its customers was recently targeted by hackers who used an executable signed with a fake Emsisoft certificate.
We recently observed an incident in which a fake code-signing certificate [...]However, according to the developers themselves, this tool is “not entirely reliable” and correctly identifies text written by AI in only 26% of cases.
Information security specialists, by the way, said that Russian Cybercriminals Seek Access to OpenAI ChatGPT.
Let me remind you that we also wrote that Researchers Created a TickTock Device to Detect Wiretapping, and also that Apple Introduces Lockdown Mode to Protect against Spying.
The problem of using AI in general and ChatGPT in particular is currently a [...]