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Microsoft to not support PHP 8.0 for Windows in 'any capacity'

Microsoft has announced that it will not offer support in 'any capacity' for PHP for Windows 8.0 when it is released. [...]

How to protect your Verizon number from SIM swapping attacks

Verizon now makes it possible for customers to defend against SIM swapping attacks by enabling the free Number Lock protection feature through the My Verizon app or the My Verizon website. [...]

Uber Eats outage in multiple countries, 'Internal Server Error" reports

The Uber Eats food delivery service is having an outage in multiple countries that is preventing orders from being placed in the app. [...]

Uber Eats outage reported in multiple countries

The Uber Eats food delivery service is having an outage in multiple countries that is preventing orders from being placed in the app. [...]

eToro accounts peddled by the thousands on cybercrime forums

A threat actor is peddling 62,000 active eToro accounts on a known cybercrime forum. They are also likely collaborating with REvil ransomware on the corporate intrusion front. [...]

US Secret Service creates new Cyber Fraud Task Force

The U.S. Secret Service announced the creation of the Cyber Fraud Task Force (CFTF) after the merger of its Financial Crimes Task Forces (FCTFs) and Electronic Crimes Task Forces (ECTFs) into a single unified network. [...]

Mozilla reduces TLS certificate lifespan to 1 year in September

Mozilla has officially announced that starting September 1st, 2020, they will no longer consider any newly issued certificates with a lifespan greater than 398 days, or a little over one year, as valid. [...]

Over 1,300 phishing kits for sale on hacker forum

A member of a hacker forum is looking to make over $30,000 from selling a huge collection of more than 1,300 phishing kits. [...]

How to import and backup saved passwords in Google Chrome

​Google Chrome Password Manager lets you save usernames and passwords and automatically use them to log in to websites you visit. If you ever decide to switch from or to Google Chrome and want to take your saved passwords with you, this guide will help you. [...]

Conti ransomware shows signs of being Ryuk's successor

The Conti Ransomware is an upcoming threat targeting corporate networks with new features that allow it to perform quicker and more targeted attacks. There are also indications that this ransomware shares the same malware code as Ryuk, who has slowly been fading away, while Conti's distribution is increasing. [...]

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