Researcher Hijacks a Microsoft Service Using Loophole in Azure Cloud Platform

When you create an app on Azure and wants to make it available on the Internet with a custom domain name, the platform asks users to point their domain’s nameserver to Azure and then claim it within their account’s dashboard. A cybersecurity professional today demonstrated a long-known unpatched weakness in Microsoft’s Azure cloud service by […]

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IT Security Vulnerability Roundup – March 2019

The Common Vulnerability Scoring System (CVSS) provides a way to capture the principal characteristics of a vulnerability and produce a numerical score reflecting its severity. Last month’s vulnerability roundup is here.   Most Recent Threats Articles Every month, a wide range of security vulnerabilities are uncovered and disclosed — below, we take a closer look at […]

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Mardi Gras Promo

Mardi Gras, which is the same day as Shrove Tuesday, is a day for eating pancakes just like in numerous other countries. The English translation of Mardi Gras is more significant: Fat Tuesday. Get Discount code to receive 20% OFF for Gridinsoft Anti-Malware here

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How to Report a False Positive Detection?

If you are sure that the file is safe, but Gridinsoft Anti-Malware detects it as a threat, you can report a false positive. There are two kinds of submission channels in the program: manual and auto. – Manual False Positive Submission Channel: there is a form on our website submit file for analysis where a user can […]

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Top 8 Risks of using Public WiFi

Public Wifi can be said to be a convenient and effortless way to surf anywhere on someone else’s expense. Public WiFi is available nearly everywhere you go: coffee shops, airports, hotels, schools and even out on the streets. No one can deny how convenient it is, but should you really be using it? Public WiFi, […]

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Chegg resets 40 million user passwords after data breach

Huge textbook rental company confessed about the data breach. Personal information of 40 million customers is exposed. Chegg, a technology giant specializing in textbook rental, has confirmed a data breach affecting some 40 million customers. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission , the company said it will reset all user passwords after […]

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Sen. Harris tells federal agencies to get serious about facial recognition risks

Forewarned is forearmed! Facial recognition technology poses a huge risk to our privacy. Facial recognition technology presents myriad opportunities as well as risks, but it seems like the government tends to only consider the former when deploying it for law enforcement and clerical purposes. Senator Kamala Harris (D-CA) has written the Federal Bureau of Investigation, […]

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