The Free Covid Testing Phishing Scam

Free Covid Testing - A Phishing Scam

( 3 min read ) A Major Phishing Campaign Is Coming Your Way, Promising Free Covid Testing As the government dips its toes into opening up the cities again, we see the Covid-19 cases fluctuate. On the one hand, people are eager to resume normal routine, but on the other, the number of rising cases is cautioning us the worst […]

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GSuite – Cloud Zimbra Hybrid Solution

The Zimbra-G Suite Hybrid solution

( 2 min read ) Logix’s G Suite – Cloud Zimbra Hybrid Solution Any business needs mail servers to streamline their electronic communication. A powerful, properly chosen mail server can do wonders for your email communications and transactions. Most businesses have realized that only power users are utilizing the potential of the solution and general users are only using basic […]

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Watch Out! Public Health Group Officials Being Imitated For Phishing Campaigns

Public Health Group Scam

( 3 min read ) Public Health Group Officials Imitated for Sending Out Phishing Emails We have already covered Coronavirus Phishing Ruses in a previous blog. However, from a majority of the cases we study and have worked with, it has become clear the reason phishing attacks are successful is because the cybercriminal used a bait which resonated strongly with the victim’s emotional state. The […]

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Corporate Email Eavesdropping: Is Someone Spying On You?

Corporate Email Eavesdropping

( 3 min read ) A Mysterious Hacker Group Has Been Spying on Corporate Email and FTP Traffic We have discussed in an earlier blog how recent times have encouraged the Work from Home Culture. Almost all correspondence has shifted to email, with decreasing reliance on telephonic communication, even less so on person-to-person contact. Directives, action plans, and work summaries […]

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The Google Calendar Spam: Something you need to know?

( 3 min read ) Google Calendar Falls Prey to Spammers  A rather unique spamming technique has been making headlines. Spammers are now gmail users by sending them a spam email with an invitation to a random event. Google Calendar automatically adds the event to itself.  The body of the event contains a spam link or some objectionable content. Targets […]

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Multi-Factor Authentication: The Devil Is In The Details

Multi-Factor Authentication leads to Microsoft Account Breach

( 2 min read ) Hackers attacked more than a million Microsoft Accounts ! If you need any more affirmation that your organisational security is indeed in your hands, then this case study is for you. Towards the beginning of the year, a shocking number of cases came to light, in which 1.2 million Microsoft accounts had been compromised. The […]

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Coronavirus Sparks A Series of Phishing Ruses

Coronavirus Phishing Ruses

( 3 min read ) Curb your instincts; don’t open emails just because they claim to contain news about the Coronavirus pandemic. We have already demonstrated in an earlier blog how empty of basic decency cybercriminals are. For them, pandemics and worldwide traumas are nothing more than fodder for sustaining their ill-intentioned campaigns. However, the purpose of this blog is […]

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COVID-19 Sparks A Series of Phishing Attacks

COVID-19 Phishing Scam

( 3 min read ) Cybercriminals exploit the mass epidemic of COVID-19 Times are tough all over the world. The wide outspread of the Coronavirus is keeping us all in sweats (no pun intended) and on the edge of our seats. With new preventive guidelines spilling out each day, the masses are tensed, and it is possible that we forget […]

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Fortinet Product Launch

Fortinet Product Launch

( 2 min read ) Fortinet Launches A New Line of Firewall, and its Features are Super Impressive Fortinet has always been a forerunner in the field of network and cloud security. Their flagship product line started with FortGate (year 2002), an anti-spam and anti-virus firewall. Since then, Fortinet has continued to make great strides in the field of security, […]

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Ransomware Delivers A Gut Punch To A Texas School District

Ransomware Attacks Texan School District

( 3 min read ) Ransomware: The most damaging malware? The exact magnitude of a malware attack is difficult to estimate. It depends on what sort of loss the person suffered. Losses incurred can include data loss, theft of sensitive personal information, and indirectly, credibility and trust when your customers get wind of the attack. But one unvarying commodity all […]

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