US chipmaker Intel is investigating a security breach of 20 GB of internal documents classified as “Confidential” or “Restricted Secret” uploaded on file-sharing site MEGA.The data was published by Till Kottmann, a Swiss software engineer, who claims to received files from anonymous person. The cybersecurity experts highlight the danger of using third party services.
A new high severity WordPress vulnerability has been found in a Facebook chat plugin, which has been installed on over 80,000 WordPress websites. If exploited, attackers would be able to obtain “authorized” access to the chat plugin and be able to communicate with site visitors to carry out social engineering attacks in an effort to […]
What Expert Say On US Election Hacking And The US Department Of State’s Rewards Of Up To $10 Million
US election hacking and the US Department of State’s rewards of up to $10 million for any information leading to the identification of any person who works with or for a foreign government for the purpose of interfering with US elections through “illegal cyber activities.” This includes attacks against US election officials, US election infrastructure, voting machines, […]
LogMeIn Introduces New LastPass Security Dashboard and Dark Web Monitoring, Delivering a Complete Command Center for Managing Digital Security
London, UK – August 5th, 2020 – LastPass by LogMeIn today unveiled a new Security Dashboard, providing end-users with a complete overview of the security of their online accounts and actionable steps to strengthen their online security. Building on the original LastPass Security Challenge, the new LastPass Security Dashboard now includes dark web monitoring, a new feature available to LastPass Premium, Families and […]