CPU Meltdown: Emergency Patching For Every Device

Protect Yourself from the Worldwide ‘Meltdown’ Reports across the internet are confirming that every CPU since 1995, whether it’s Intel, AMD, ARM, or other, has a major security flaw. According to Google’s Project Zero, and admissions by the CPU’s own manufactures, there is an issue with how chips handle speculative execution, allowing access to passwords…

2018: Year of the IoT Hackers

What’s Coming in 2018? As we reflect on 2017 and the massive amount of high-profile security breaches from the past year, we ask ‘what could 2018 possibly bring’? This year we’ve had Equifax compromised, TeamViewer exploited, BitPaymer disrupting, and the worldwide-felt WannaCry attack. 2017 was a year of escalating ransomware and cybercrime. But 2018 will…

HP Keylogger Discovered Again

How many of your devices are affected? A security researcher, Twitter name ZwClose, has uncovered that 460 models of HP devices come with pre-installed keyloggers. Embedded in the SynTP.sys file, attackers could navigate around User Account Control and activate this keylogger. This is the second time this year that a built-in keylogger was discovered on…

Why You Need to Replace RDP

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Critical: Massive Microsoft Vulnerability

When Malware Protection Needs Malware Protection An update has been released by Microsoft to fix a major vulnerability in the remote code execution (RCE) of its Malware Protection Engine. According to the CVE-2017-11937 security update, Microsoft believes that the MPE could be tricked into scanning a specially crafted file that would lead to a memory…

TeamViewer Exploited

Who Views the TeamViewer? A new vulnerability within TeamViewer has been making news across the internet. In an official statement by the company, they revealed that a GitHub user discovered a vulnerability in TeamViewer’s set of permissions. In a post by one of their community managers, they sought to clarify that the product has not…

Cloud Management Suite Announces MacOS Support

Cloud Management Suite Now Offers MacOS Functionality Verismic, a global leader in cloud-based IT management technology, has announced MacOS support for Cloud Management Suite. The latest update allows customers to manage MacOS devices across their IT environments. With Cloud Management Suite, users can now detect Mac vulnerabilities and patch any MacOS device within their network.…

Troll Ransomware: Third-Party Patch Update

What is Troll Ransomware? This year has had many major ransomware and data breach events. From BitPaymer to the Equifax Hack, when the news hasn’t been dominated by Trump, it’s been focused on cybersecurity. This has clearly caught the attention of the dark web. In just the past month, many new ‘troll’ ransomware variants have…

RDP: Is the ‘R’ for ‘Ransomware’?

RDP Creates Vulnerabilities Remote Desktop Protocol is something you’ll find on every Windows computer and widely used throughout the IT industry. But does the ‘R’ in RDP now stand for Ransomware? As the common methods of distributing ransomware get tougher, attackers are looking for new exploits. The manipulation of RDP is coming to the forefront.…