A years-long campaign targets users of Russian darknet markets with a modified install of a privacy-oriented browser. https://t.co/exOUPNKIk0 #infosec

Social engineering, SOC analysts, and Sock puns. And the winners are: https://t.co/oQlhqBj4Jb #infosec

Weekly Threat Report 18th October 2019 The NCSC's weekly threat report is drawn from recent open source reporting. https://t.co/RHxf6VgqCh #infosec

Attackers make use of an old trick and evade detection by blocking users from viewing an embedded link when hovering over the URL. https://t.co/HvORDHpDgT #infosec

The vulnerability in first-generation Echoes and eight-generation Kindles lets an attacker wage man-in-the-middle attacks. https://t.co/8PByJCrKJZ #infosec

SMBs still perceive themselves at low risk from cyberthreats - in spite of attack statistics that paint a different picture. https://t.co/0NwKBg7NSw #infosec

Organizations of all sizes should include both human firewalls and virtual tools in their cybersecurity budgets. https://t.co/YvtPWyjhxr #infosec

Original release date: October 17, 2019 Summary On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end extended support for their Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 operating systems.[1] After this date, these products will no longer receive free technical... https://t.co/0vdosZfurr #infosec

AA19-290A: Microsoft Ending Support for Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 https://t.co/51ccvetvtT

The business case for why companies that respect the privacy of individuals, and especially minors, will have a strong competitive advantage. https://t.co/0Y7qm8vuMa #infosec

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