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What not to keep in your e-mail | Kaspersky official blog

If someone gets access to your mailbox, one possible consequence is a BEC attack, in which case your correspondence can contribute greatly to its success. Of course, security software helps adjust the odds in your favor, but anyone can fall for phishing, so it’s important to minimize potential damage by removing any messages you would not want to fall...

Woman jailed after trying to hire hitman on fake site | Kaspersky official blog

Welcome to the 229th episode of the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast. Ahmed, Dave and I start by looking into the world of NFTs. 💀OMG WHO RIGHT CLICKED ALL OF THE #NFTs?☠️🛳🏴‍☠️ https://t.co/o0YRK78AkL 🏴‍☠️🛳👀 pic.twitter.com/g74TFqzX0n — 🏴‍☠️ thenftbay.org 👋🇵🇹 (@GeoffreyHuntley) November 18, 2021 In this tale, it seems that a pirate site...

Five problems of telehealth | Kaspersky official blog

Telehealth promises many benefits: remote 24-hour monitoring of the patient’s vital signs; the ability to get expert opinions even in the most remote regions; and considerable savings of time and resources into the bargain. In theory, the modern level of technology makes all this possible right now. In practice, however, telehealth still faces certain...

Eight tips for remote students | Kaspersky official blog

Remote work and distance learning have been part of our reality since the spring of 2020, and they seem to be here to stay. College students enrolled after 2019 missed a huge part of the experience. But along with the obvious shortcomings, distance learning offers benefits that are no less significant: more sleep, better diet, and the ability to mix...

Trojan Source: Hidden source code implants | Kaspersky official blog

University of Cambridge experts described a vulnerability they say affects most modern compilers. A novel attack method uses a legitimate feature of development tools whereby the source code displays one thing but compiles something completely different. It happens through the magic of Unicode control characters. Unicode directionality formatting characters...

The danger of proxyware in corporate networks | Kaspersky official blog

Imagine getting paid for access to just a tiny portion of your Internet bandwidth at work. Sounds pretty sweet, doesn’t it? The computer is on all the time anyway, and you have unlimited Internet access, so why not? It’s not even your own resources, just corporate equipment and bandwidth. That all sounds simple, but you don’t have to look too closely...

Transatlantic Cable podcast, episode 228 | Kaspersky official blog

This week on the Kaspersky Transatlantic Cable podcast, we take a look at some serious stories, including news of REvil arrests. To kick off the conversation, Dave, Jeff, and Ahmed jump on news that some folks on Twitter are trying to be good cops, hunting down cryptoscammers in the DeFi (decentralized finance) world, but not all is as it appears....

Phishing attacks on users of streaming services | Kaspersky official blog

Movies and TV shows have been a huge source of comfort for many in these COVID times, and the number of new shows on Netflix, Amazon Prime, and the like has skyrocketed. But when searching for the latest megahit, don’t neglect basic security measures or you might find that someone else is enjoying it at your expense — or worse, that the money in your...

Phishing disguised as spam | Kaspersky official blog

What do you do when an unsolicited e-mail lands in your work inbox? Unless you’re a spam analyst, you will most certainly probably just delete it. Paradoxically, that’s exactly what some phishers want you to do, and as a result, our mail traps have been seeing more and more e-mails lately that appear to be notifications about obviously unwanted messages....

New features of Kaspersky VPN Secure Connection | Kaspersky official blog

Millions of people around the world already use a VPN app (and if you’re not one of them, now’s the time to try). Some do so to protect the data they transfer, others want to hide their IP address or virtually change location, for example to watch movies and TV shows that are not available in their country. Every one of those core features is important,...

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