Be careful when downloading a tool to cyber-target Russia: It could be an infostealer wolf dressed in sheep’s clothing that grabs your cryptocurrency info instead. Looking to cyber-hassle Russia, Ukrainian sympathizers? Be careful — malware is making the rounds, disguised as a pro-Ukraine cyber-tool that will turn around and bite you instead, researchers are warning.!
In a survey of 1,164 U.S. business owners by Mercury Analytics last year, 42 percent stated that they take credit cards online, while 76 percent reported that they accepted credit card sales in person. In the blend of online and brick-and-mortar sales, what is the state and stance of your business? Perhaps you’re thinking of
Everyone has had that moment in a meeting where someone throws out some industry jargon or acronym and you just have no idea what they’re talking about. Sometimes, you can work it out by pulling from context; otherwise, short of asking for clarification (which, in most cases, I encourage), you’re most likely nodding your way through until you can
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) on Saturday confirmed unidentified threat actors have breached one of its email servers to blast hoax messages about a fake “sophisticated chain attack.” The incident, which was first publicly disclosed by threat intelligence non-profit SpamHaus, involved sending rogue warning emails with the subject line “Urgent: Threat actor in systems” originating
Cryptocurrencies have had an exceptional year, reaching a combined value of more than US$3 trillion (£2.2 trillion) for the first time in November. The market seems to have benefited from the public having time on their hands during pandemic lockdowns. Also, large investment funds and banks have stepped in, not least with the recent launch