Cisco Plugs Security Hole in Small Business Routers

A popular line of small business routers made by Cisco Systems are vulnerable to a high-severity vulnerability. If exploited, the flaw could allow a remote – albeit authenticated – attacker to execute code or restart affected devices unexpectedly. Cisco issued fixes on Wednesday for the flaw in its RV132W ADSL2+ Wireless-N VPN routers and ... Read More »

18th Mar 2021
Attackers are trying awfully hard to backdoor iOS developers’ Macs

Researchers said they’ve found a trojanized code library in the wild that attempts to install advanced surveillance malware on the Macs of iOS software developers. It came in the form of a malicious project the attacker wrote for Xcode, a developer tool that Apple makes freely available to developers writing apps for iOS or another Apple OS. ... Read More »

18th Mar 2021
Chinese nation state hackers linked to Finnish Parliament hack

Chinese nation-state hackers have been linked to an attack on the Parliament of Finland that took place last year and led to the compromise of some parliament email accounts. "Some parliament e-mail accounts may have been compromised as a result of the attack, among them e-mail accounts that belong to MPs," Parliament officials said at the ... Read More »

18th Mar 2021
Why the .com domain name the better option than others

Over the years there have been debates on the importance of the .com TLD (Top Level Domain) extension. This is especially true in the tech industry, as we're seeing more and more new extensions gain popularity. There are obvious pros to choosing to go with a new TLD, 1) There are more available domains, so you are more likely to find an ... Read More »

28th Oct 2020
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