How dangerous is it really?
Hi everyone, this got probably asked already, but anyways: How dangerous is it really to click on a “malicious” link for example in some random spam mail you got? IF YOU USE – the most recent version of your operating
Adobe just decided to “upgrade” my Acrobat to 64bit ver and I noticed this pdf file in its’ directory which just opens Acrobat after clicking on it https://www.virustotal.com/gui/file/fcd81262f272add4c9a4aa82031140b8b7658cc5dd3b96209ed3a655a145e831/behavior/VirusTotal%20Jujubox the behavior seems a little weird no?
I have 2 jobs. One working for a state government agency. The other working for a city. My state agency uses Office 365 and everyone can log in to Outlook, Sharepoint, OneDrive, etc anywhere with just a lot a login
USDOJ Arrests Two Foreign Nationals Linked to Multi-Million Dollar Ransomware Attack
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I use Kaspersky Internet Security on my laptop and mobile and it seems a great solution. I now need to protect a couple of Windows Servers as well. KIS is not compatible with them, so I’m wondering which of their
As the question in the title. Currently, the organization I work for is using Excel sheet template that has been developed in house. It’s based on NIST framework. It doesn’t take much time to validate the client answers(internal clients) but
I’m a student. I’ve read that there isn’t really a *typical* work day in cybersecurity. Is that true? What do you work on most days or over the course of a week? I don’t know yet what my niche might
I am trying to find a training/cert for cloud pentesting for my company, and besides the 8.5K$ SANS one, I’ve had no real luck. The only option I’ve found is Checkpoint Certified Pentesting expert-Cloud Security (CCPE-C), but there are no
A friend of mine sent an attachment with ( video_19338[dot]bz ) which I assumed was propably malware. I never clicked or downloaded the attachment, I deleted the message as to prevent any futher mis-clicks. Am I at any risk?