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Email Security: Understanding DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM)

Email phishing campaigns and Spamming have become so common today. Indeed, global traffic estimates suggest that as many as 73% of emails you may receive daily are just unwanted promotions for products and services. To put it into perspective, at least seven in every 10 emails you are likely to receive are promotions. With increased …

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Phishing Campaign Targets cPanel Users’ Credentials

Cybercriminals have devised a new phishing campaign with the aim of harvesting users’ cPanel credentials. Urgent security measures have helped limit the effectiveness of the malicious campaign. Nonetheless, users are advised to be on high alert. Users have in the recent past reported phishing campaign aimed at tricking them into giving away their cPanel and …

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E-commerce: Security threats you should keep your eyes on

The online market has taken the world by the storm, with a dramatic shift seen in the move from physical stores to the web in recent years. Technological advancements and the convenience of online stores have attracted the lion market share of buyers, fuelling an upward trajectory in the growth of online businesses, away from …

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DMARC: Why your Business needs it

Even in the wake of digitization and the explosion of new technology, such as social media, emails continue to be the centrepiece of digital communications. Notably, with most people checking their emails first thing in the morning, it’s easy to see why emails are the cornerstone in delivering effective personal and business communication. Why is …

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Eclypsium: Vulnerability -dubbed ‘BootHole’ – attack Windows and Linux systems using GRUB2 and Secure Boot

Details published by Eclypsium on July 29, 2020, revealed a discovery by Eclypsium researchers, Mickey Shkatov and Jesse Michael on a vulnerability — dubbed “BootHole” — in the GRUB2 bootloader utilized by most Linux systems. GRUB2 is used as the primary bootloader for all major Linux distros, but it can also boot and is sometimes …

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How to use WinSCP: A Popular SFTP and FTP client for Microsoft Windows.

WinSCP (Windows Secure Copy) is a free and open-source SFTP, FTP, WebDAV, Amazon S3 and SCP client for Microsoft Windows. Its main function is secure file transfer between a local and a remote computer. Beyond this, WinSCP offers basic file manager and file synchronization functionality. For secure transfers, it uses Secure Shell (SSH) and supports …

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