Another worldwide cyberattack called GoldenEye (not the videogame)

Meet the sequel to WannaCry, the wide-ranging ransomware attack that crippled businesses around the globe last month. A wave of ransomware attacks spread like wildfire on Tuesday. Many Microsoft Windows-based computers—specifically, ones not protected against a vulnerability in a Microsoft messaging protocol called SMB-1—began seizing up worldwide, locking employees out of their desktops, and displaying ransom notes.

Don’t fall for Firefox banking trojan named “Hoefler text”

Don’t fall for Firefox banking trojan named “Hoefler text”

The malicious scam campaign, "The 'HoeflerText' font wasn't found," is back, which was previously targeting Google Chrome users to trick them into installing Spora ransomware on their computers.

This time the campaign has been re-designed to target Mozilla Firefox users with a banking trojan, called Zeus Panda, says Kafeine, a security researcher at Proofpoint.

ONE Thing Your IT Company CANNOT Protect You Against That Could Cost You Thousands (Or Worse)!

This particular scam, a cybercriminal often impersonates an executive and sends a “spoofed” email to a carefully selected target that generally has access and authority to transfer large sums of money on behalf of the company. Unlike traditional phishing schemes, these scams are well researched.