Monthly Archives: October 2015

Fake Invoice Phishing Email Targeting Apple Users

Phishing emails continue to be the widely used technique by cyber criminals. over this week Christopher Boyd from Malwarebytes posted a new Invoice Phishing Email that target Apple store users. the email claims to be a confirmation for buying a

Mimikatz – Multi-tool to play with Windows security

Mimikatz tool have been presented in international conferences such as blackhat and DefCon. This tool is designed to work with credentials on windows operating system. Mimikatz allows to extract passwords in plaintext, hash, PIN code or Kerberos tickets from the

Dridex Fraud Botnet Disrupted

Several C&C Servers running Dridex banking Trojan have been disrupted by the UK National Crime Agency (NCA) and the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). This malware have been distributed over spamming messages with different templates. The spam will include

PSRecon – PowerShell Utility for Real-time Incident Response and Data Acquisition

System administrators count on using PowerShell to solve problems on different windows operating system. This helps to start scheduled tasks or launch commands remotely on thousands of servers using some simple scripts with too much automation. Information security related events

Biggest iPhone Hack in History: Here’s What iOS Users Need to Know Now

If you’re not a little worried about your iOS operating system turning against you in light of recent events, you should be. The biggest security breach in Apple history is upon us and those who do not get savvy could