Microsoft patches zero-day exploit found in Desktop Window Manager
The exploit enables malefactors to execute arbitrary code on a target’s computer, warns Kaspersky.
Cyber criminals eye HR professionals
Kaspersky's research into employees' role finds HR particularly at the risk of cyber attack.
Advanced threat actors up their obfuscation tactics
An advanced cyber espionage campaign first discovered in Vietnam may spread to other regions, warns Kaspersky.
META enterprises ramp up security teams
Businesses, and large enterprises in particular, need skilled professionals to protect themselves from ever-evolving cyber attacks, says Kaspersky.
Almost half of SA ransomware victims pony up
But coughing up doesn't mean the stolen data will be returned, warns Kaspersky.
Doxing, deepfake attacks on the rise
Kaspersky says doxing is increasingly being used to target corporate employees.
Threats against industrial control systems on the rise
Kaspersky detected over 5 000 malware on ICS computers during H2 2020.
SA, Kenya, Nigeria users: Beware malware hiding in your devices
Kaspersky says 25% of its users in SA, 40% in Kenya, and 38% in Nigeria are attached by malware hiding within their devices.
COVID-19 vaccines flogged on dark markets for $250 to $1 200
Researchers at Kaspersky have scrutinised 15 different marketplaces on the dark Web and found advertisements for three major COVID vaccines.
Remote desktop protocol attacks surge by 241%
Research shows that COVID-19 dramatically accelerated RDP attacks.
Stalkerware in the year of COVID-19
Russia, Brazil, the US, India and Mexico are at the top of Kaspersky’s 2020 list of countries where users are most impacted.