Monthly Archives: June 2019

  • Microsoft Urges Azure Customers to Patch Exim Worm

    Posted on June 21, 2019 by in News

    Microsoft has urged Azure users to update their systems following the discovery of a major new attack campaign targeting popular email server software. The worm, which Infosecurity reported on last week, targets mail transfer agent product Exim running on Linux-based email servers. It’s claimed that Exim is running on over half (57%) of the world’s email servers, with […]

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  • ‘Wormable’ Microsoft vulnerability: BlueKeep

    Posted on June 14, 2019 by in News, Security

    Blog by Linda Lingle, CISSP, PMP CSB Technology Partners Security Analyst BlueKeep Have RDP open to the outside?  You may want to close that.  Last month’s Microsoft Patch Tuesday was more critical than most.  All Microsoft Patch Tuesday’s are important, but this one is worth getting out of your chair and doing the patch…now. Important […]

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  • I infected you with my private malware (RAT) EMAIL SCAM

    Posted on June 7, 2019 by in News

    We have had some reports of people seeing a new email scam starting with: I infected you with my private malware, RAT. It is a new variation on Bitcoin Email Scam. What is Bitcoin Email Scam? It is an email message from someone claiming to have compromising information and demanding ransom via Bitcoin to keep this […]

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