Microsoft Lets Users Go Passwordless, Experts Weigh In

It has been announced by Microsoft that users can now delete all passwords from their accounts and instead log in using an authenticator app or other solution. If passwordless login is enabled, users re-logging into a Microsoft account will be asked to give their fingerprint, or other secure unlock, on their mobile phone.

New SOVA Android Trojan Promises the Moon, Experts Insight

First seen in August and still in a testing phase, this Android banking trojan offered on the Dark Web is promising a disturbingly ambitious program of features. As reported Friday in a ThreatFabric Analysis, “SOVA is…taking a page out of traditional desktop malware.“ “Including DDoS, a man in the middle, and ransomware to its arsenal could […]

United Nations’ Computers Breached by Hackers

It has been reported that hackers breached the United Nations’ computer networks earlier this year and made off with a trove of data that could be used to target agencies within the intergovernmental organization. In response to the news, please see below comments from security experts:

REvil Ransomware Group Resurfaces Online

Following the news that the operators behind the REvil ransomware group have resurfaced after allegedly closing shop following the widespread attack on Kaseya, please see below comments from security experts.

Expert Reaction on Personal Data of 9,000 French Visa Applicants Exposed

Flash Zero Day vulnerabilities

It has been reported that the French authorities have announced that the personal data of almost 9,000 people who applied for a French visa have been put at risk. It was due to a cyber attack against the country’s official visa application website that took place a month ago, on August 10. According to a […]