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Phishing attacks are now using automated chatbots to guide visitors through the process of handing over their login credentials to threat actors. This approach automates the process for attackers and gives a sense of legitimacy to visitors of the malicious sites, as chatbots are commonly found on websites for legitimate brands. It starts with an email The […]Learn More
Microsoft has reminded customers today that Windows Server, version 20H2, will be reaching the end of service (EOS) on August 9, 2022. In a support document published today, Microsoft says that Windows Server 20H2 will reach the mainstream support end date for Datacenter Core and Standard Core users. Released on October 20, 2020, this Semi-Annual Channel release […]Learn More
Apple has released security updates to address a zero-day vulnerability that threat actors can exploit in attacks targeting Macs and Apple Watch devices. Zero-days are security flaws that the software vendor is unaware of and hasn’t yet patched. In some cases, this type of vulnerability may also have publicly available proof-of-concept exploits before a patch […]Learn More
Windows admins have been expressing their dismay at Microsoft’s decision to move the Quick Assist remote assistance tool to the Microsoft Store. Quick Assist allows Windows 10 and Windows 11 users to receive or give assistance to other Windows users by taking control of their computer remotely. The app makes it much easier to assist […]Learn More
HP has released BIOS updates today to fix two high-severity vulnerabilities affecting a wide range of PC and notebook products, which allow code to run with Kernel privileges. Kernel-level privileges are the highest rights in Windows, allowing threat actors to execute any command at the Kernel level, including manipulating drivers and accessing the BIOS. The list […]Learn More
Microsoft is testing a new ‘Suggested Actions’ feature in Windows 11 Dev builds where the operating system suggests actions you can take with data you copy into the clipboard. Today, Microsoft again began offering different builds in the ‘Dev’ and ‘Beta’ channels, with the beta channel receiving Windows 11 build 22621 and the Dev channel […]Learn More