Yesterday morning, a researcher named Lemi Ergin disclosed a major bug in macOS High Sierra. On Twitter, he reported that when making changes to Users and Groups preferences, a login prompt appears. By typing in […]
In yet another episode of the eternal conga line of breaches and thefts, Forever 21 recently announced that hackers stole credit card data from their stores. What Happened to Forever 21? Forever 21 has not-so-kindly […]
Happy Holidays! With Black Friday and Cyber Monday past for 2017, we’re now in the full holiday shopping season. Here’s some holiday shopping tips so you can stay safe online. Shop only at trusted retailers. […]
From time to time, we at SCS like to discuss newer or lesser-known security technologies, bringing them into the light to use them – or to protect against them. Today, we’ll be discussing Monero. What […]
Bad Rabbit The chain of malware attacks isn’t letting up any time soon. Just this past Tuesday, researchers detected a new variant of ransomware in the wild. Dubbed “Bad Rabbit”, the malware has currently affected […]
The KRACK Attack Researchers out of KU Leuven recently disclosed a major vulnerability in the WPA2 protocol. The attack, known as KRACK, works by forcing the victim to reinstall an already-used key. By replaying message […]
Patient Health Records Exposed The fun never ends in the cybersecurity world. Researchers at Kromtech Security Researchers recently disclosed the existence of yet another insecure AWS server. This time, the server stored the most sensitive […]
Equifax confimrs it’s been hacked again. What happened this time? Let’s learn together and protect ourselves with SCS’s security hardening services.
Here’s what happened in Accenture’s recent data leak, what they did wrong, and how you can avoid the same mistakes with SCS’s security offerings.
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