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Singapores IT Security Outlook

Singapore continues to be a role model when it comes to the fight towards cybersecurity readiness in Southeast Asia....

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United Kingdom’s NCSC Advisory vs DNS Hijacking Released

The United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) has issued an advisory warning UK citizens using computers and other...

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TrickBots TrickBooster Update Compromised 250M Emails

Last Valentines day, we made a fearless declaration here in Hackercombat.com, that Trickbot is shaping itself of becoming the...

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Mobile Browsers’ Google Safe Browsing Flaw In 2018 Revealed

A report, based on the Belgium-based NWT VRT revealed that Google employees routinely listened to audio files recorded by...

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Pale Moon Archive Server Infected With Malware

Hackers broke the file server of the Pale Moon browser project and attacked the previous version of the browser...

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What Is a Rootkit Detection and Prevention

Rootkits are secret computer programs that allow continuous and privileged access to a computer and actively hide its existence....

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Spear-Phishing How to Protect Yourself From an Attack

Spear-Phishing Even with the number of messaging apps available now, companies still use email. On average, a person receives...

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Windows XP, Vista And 7 Vulnerable To BlueKeep Attacks

Microsoft issued a high security bulletin encouraging Windows users, even as old as Windows XP and Vista to allow...

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GitHub Account of Canonical Hacked, PII Source Code Safe

On 6th July Canonical owned account on GitHub was hacked and credentials were compromised and used to create repositories...

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Understanding Indicators of Compromise to Improve Your Cybersecurity

Indicators of compromise, or IOC, are forensic data usually found in system log entries or other files that can...

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