Saturday, January 16, 2021

How to check if someone else accessed your Google account

Review your recent Gmail access, browser sign-in history, and Google account activity to make sure no one other than you has used your account.

How next-gen cloud SIEM tools can offer critical visibility companies for effective threat hunting

Virtual workforces face escalated threats due to their remote access from various networks. Learn how security information and event management tools can help in the battle.

Why cybersecurity audits are essential for risk management

Find out what your company could risk by not getting cybersecurity audits.

How to install Eternal Terminal for persistent SSH connections

If you have trouble with SSH connections breaking, Jack Wallen shows you how you can enjoy a bit more persistence with the help of Eternal Terminal.

US government warns of cyberattacks targeting cloud services

Such attacks often occur when employees work remotely and use a mixture of personal and business devices to access cloud services.

Why cyberinsurance can save your business

The threat of loss of an entire company from a cyberattack is real. Technology and user education help, but not enough.

Google exposes malicious exploits targeting Windows and Android users

Now patched, the exploits took advantage of bugs in Windows, Chrome, and older versions of Android though watering hole attacks, says Google.

Be proactive: 3 risk management steps to take before a cyberattack

Risk management is more than recovery from a cyberattack. Learn how risk management can help your company discover gaps in security, as well as how to handle the fallout from a cybersecurity event.

5 best languages for cloud engineers to learn

Whether you're trying to break into the role or are already a cloud engineer, these programming languages are a must for maintaining an edge over the competition.

CES 2021: All of the business tech news you need to know

Don't miss TechRepublic's CES 2021 coverage, which includes product announcements from Lenovo, Samsung, LG, and Dell about PCs, laptops, software, robots, monitors, and TVs.

How to use Dropbox Vault to secure sensitive files

You can protect your online files by placing them in a virtual vault secured by a PIN.

How to use Dropbox Passwords as your password manager

Dropbox now offers its own password manager. Here are the steps on how to set it up and use it.

How to review App Privacy data on your iPhone, iPad, or Mac

In organizations, Apple's App Privacy data can start a conversation about privacy-respecting apps as well as help IT leaders stop the use of apps that collect more data than necessary.

How to implement mindful information security practices

Mindfulness is all about being aware, so why not incorporate that in your cybersecurity practices?

Homebrew: How to install exploit tools on macOS

We'll guide you through the process of using Homebrew package manager to install security tools on macOS to exploit vulnerabilities found in your Apple equipment.
The Hacker News

Joker's Stash, The Largest Carding Marketplace, Announces Shutdown

Joker's Stash, the largest dark web marketplace notorious for selling compromised payment card data, has announced plans to shut down its operations on February 15, 2021. In a message board post on a Russian-language underground cybercrime forum, the operator of...

Iconic BugTraq security mailing list shuts down after 27 years

BugTraq launched in November 1993 and it was one of the first mailing lists dedicated to disclosing vulnerabilities.

Weekly Update 226

Presently sponsored by: 1Password is a secure password manager and digital wallet that keeps you safe onlineA little bit of a change of pace this week with the video being solely on the events unfolding around removing content, people...
SC Magazine

FIN11 e-crime group shifted to CL0P ransomware and big game hunting

The financially motivated FIN11, which increasingly incorporated CL0P ransomware into their operations in 2020, appeared to rely on low-effort volume techniques like spamming malware for initial entry, but put a substantial amount of effort into each follow-up compromise. “Several...

Joker's Stash, the internet's largest carding forum, is shutting down

Joker's Stash to shut down on February 15, 2021.