Phishing Exploits Windows, CISA Scam Alert, Cleveland Cyber Response – Cybersecurity News [June 10, 2024]

Phishing Exploits Windows, CISA Scam Alert, Cleveland Cyber Response – Cybersecurity News [June 10, 2024]

Phishing Exploits Windows, CISA Scam Alert, Cleveland Cyber Response – Cybersecurity News [June 10, 2024]

by DuoCircle

 

We’re back with cybersecurity’s latest in our latest news piece. This week, there were several cybersecurity threats, including phishing emails that exploit a weakness in Windows Search to deliver malware, impersonation scams by people pretending to be from CISA, a cyberattack that shut down many government services in Cleveland, a new kind of Windows malware called Warmcookie that spreads through fake job postings, and a blood shortage in London hospitals caused by a ransomware attack. Here’s everything about these!

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Enabling DKIM For Your Domain Using the Google Admin Console

Enabling DKIM For Your Domain Using the Google Admin Console

 

No matter what your organization’s size is and how many emails you send in a day, you can be a target of impersonation and phishing attacks. So, ensure all your domains, including the parked ones, are secured with SPF, DKIM, and DMARC. In this guide, we are taking you through the 4 steps to enable DKIM using the Google Admin console.

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A Step-by-Step Guide For Adding SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Records to AWS DNS-Route 53

A Step-by-Step Guide For Adding SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Records to AWS DNS-Route 53

A Step-by-Step Guide For Adding SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Records to AWS DNS-Route 53

by DuoCircle

 

Before you follow these steps, check if your domain’s DNS already has the SPF, DKIM, and DMARC records. Redundancies make all your records invalid, neglecting the responsibility of these email authenticating agents. You can use online SPF, DKIM, and DMARC record lookup tools designed for email security assessment to ascertain this; all you have to do is enter your domain name and the type of record you want it to evaluate for you.

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A Guide to Publishing DMARC Records for Your Domain

A Guide to Publishing DMARC Records for Your Domain

 

DMARC, or Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance, is an email authentication protocol that protects your domains from being misused by cyber attackers and improves email deliverability to ensure that your emails reach their intended recipients instead of landing in their spam folders.

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FBI Recovers Decryption Keys, Chrome Reduces Cookies, Penguin Fans Breach – Cybersecurity News [June 03, 2024]

FBI Recovers Decryption Keys, Chrome Reduces Cookies, Penguin Fans Breach – Cybersecurity News [June 03, 2024]

FBI Recovers Decryption Keys, Chrome Reduces Cookies, Penguin Fans Breach – Cybersecurity News [June 03, 2024]

by DuoCircle

 

Here’s the latest scoop on cybersecurity news around the world with the FBI’s new LockBit decryptor, the new cookie storage update by Google for Chrome users, how Club Penguin users breached a Disney server, the New v3B phishing kit, and the hijacking of Microsoft India’s X account. Let’s dive in!

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Handling False Positives and Negatives in Email Filtering

Handling False Positives and Negatives in Email Filtering

 

False positives happen when email filters misjudge genuine emails and mark them as spam or malicious. On the other hand, false negatives are illegitimate and spam emails that pass through these filters without getting detected. Both are problematic for legitimate senders and recipients. Because of false positives, important emails don’t land in the recipients’ inboxes and impact communications. Whereas, due to false negatives, recipients end up getting tricked into downloading malware-infected files, sharing sensitive details, transferring money, etc.

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How DMARC Manages Domains and Subdomains to Prevent Spoofing?

How DMARC Manages Domains and Subdomains to Prevent Spoofing?

 

Businesses are now being mindful of protecting their domains with SPF, DKIM, and DMARC, but what about the times when you send emails from your subdomains? As a domain owner or administrator, you create a DMARC record that instructs how email-receiving servers should evaluate incoming emails from your domain to check their legitimacy. This process flows smoothly when domains are included, but it gets a bit complicated with the involvement of subdomains.

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Microsoft Office Malware, Cooler Master Breach, 911 Botnet Dismantled – Cybersecurity News [May 27, 2024]

Microsoft Office Malware, Cooler Master Breach, 911 Botnet Dismantled – Cybersecurity News [May 27, 2024]

Microsoft Office Malware, Cooler Master Breach, 911 Botnet Dismantled – Cybersecurity News [May 27, 2024]

by Duocircle

 

Here we are back again with the latest cybersecurity news around the world covering the malware posing as Microsoft Office on torrent websites, the Cooler Master data breach, the takedown of 911 S5 botnet, YouTube causing trouble for ad blockers, and the arrest of an Indian man for creating a fake Coinbase website and stealing crypto. Stay tuned!

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What is DKIM Alignment and How Does it Impact DMARC?

What is DKIM Alignment and How Does it Impact DMARC?

 

If you are an email marketer or brand that sends out regular email campaigns, you would agree with us when we say that building trust with your audience is the key to converting them into your customers. But how do you build that trust, especially through email campaigns?

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The History of Email- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow!

The History of Email- Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow!

 

Ray Tomlinson, a visionary, first introduced the concept of email in 1971. Since then, this online communication medium has undergone several changes and developments. Let’s delve into some of the intriguing backstories that narrate how email evolved into what it is today, all thanks to Tomlinson and his fellow techies’ pioneering work. 

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Orb Proxy Evasion, Dark Web Arrest, Chinese Hackers Infiltrate – Cybersecurity News [May 20, 2024]

Orb Proxy Evasion, Dark Web Arrest, Chinese Hackers Infiltrate – Cybersecurity News [May 20, 2024]

Orb Proxy Evasion, Dark Web Arrest, Chinese Hackers Infiltrate – Cybersecurity News [May 20, 2024]

by Duocircle

 

We’re back again with the latest cybersecurity news scoop of everything major that happened this past week. Join us as we take a look at state-sponsored threat actors using Orb Proxies, the arrest of the man behind a dark web drug market, Chinese hackers targeting military organizations, the return of Grandoreiro banking malware, and the infiltration of JAVS software. 

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Limitations of DMARC For Fortifying Email Phishing in 2024!

Limitations of DMARC For Fortifying Email Phishing in 2024!

 

DMARC has been saving brands from being victims of phishing and spoofing attacks, and lately, its adoption has been more embraced than ever. After the email authentication requirements announced by Google and Yahoo, all major email service providers are also encouraging the deployment of DMARC.

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Cybercrime Surge: The Automotive Sector Under Siege!

Cybercrime Surge: The Automotive Sector Under Siege!

 

The automotive industry is known for its stability. Even when it received a significant setback during the COVID-19 phase, the automobile industry managed to come out of the dark phase and increased its sales to 75.3 million units. By the end of 2033, the global automotive industry is expected to be worth a whopping $7 million.

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Android 15 Enhances Security, Nissan Data Breach, Ethereum Theft Apprehension – Cybersecurity News [May 13, 2024]

Android 15 Enhances Security, Nissan Data Breach, Ethereum Theft Apprehension – Cybersecurity News [May 13, 2024]

This week’s cybersecurity news is packed! We’ve got Google stepping up its game with anti-malware features for Android 15, a data breach impacting Nissan employees, the takedown of a major hacking forum, and a case of stolen Ethereum cryptocurrency involving two brothers. Plus, the FCC is taking aim at robocalls with a new classification system. Want to know more? Read on!

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DKIM Replay Attack- A New Cyberthreat

DKIM Replay Attack- A New Cyberthreat

 

In DKIM replay attacks, bad actors exploit highly reputed email domains and produce legitimate DKIM keys corresponding to them. The produced keys are then used to bypass DKIM filters and compromise the online security of thousands of recipients. All this is possible because, upon reception, the recipients’ mail servers find no discrepancies in DKIM authentication; hence, the emails are placed in the primary inboxes.

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Microsoft’s Per Day Limit on Exchange Online Bulk Emails to Minimize Spam Instances

Microsoft’s Per Day Limit on Exchange Online Bulk Emails to Minimize Spam Instances

Microsoft’s Per Day Limit on Exchange Online Bulk Emails to Minimize Spam Instances

by Duocircle

 

From January 1, 2025, all Microsoft Exchange Online users will be subjected to a daily limit of 2,000 external recipients per 24 hours. The reason for implementing this limit is to stop overburdening the resources involved in the process. Microsoft Exchange Online was never designed to send bulk emails, and that’s why the resources are not capable of handling high-volume email traffic.

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UK Defence Payroll Breached, Wichita Ransomware Pause, Lockbit Teases Reveal – Cybersecurity News [May 06, 2024]

UK Defence Payroll Breached, Wichita Ransomware Pause, Lockbit Teases Reveal – Cybersecurity News [May 06, 2024]

UK Defence Payroll Breached, Wichita Ransomware Pause, Lockbit Teases Reveal - Cybersecurity News [May 06, 2024]

by Duocircle

 

Here’s our latest cybersecurity news piece that will show you how to keep yourself safe from all the new tactics of cybercriminals and what’s going on in the digital security space. Join us, and we’ll share how the UK Ministry of Defence’s payroll data was compromised, why Wichita had to halt its IT network operations, the new details about LockBit and its potential return, NSA’s alert on North Korean threat actors misusing DMARC policies for spear phishing and intelligence exfiltration, and the data compromise of 800K individuals by the University System of Georgia.

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