In the digital world, eavesdropping is a form of cyberattack in which hackers intercept and record Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) phone calls, usually to steal personal or business information. Since the attack does not affect call quality, it’s hard to tell if you are being spied on. Implementing these security strategies will help safeguard […]
Eavesdropping has recently been making headlines, but this form of cyberattack has been around for years. Cybercriminals have been listening in on VoIP phone calls since the tech was introduced to the market, and they show no sign of stopping their malicious activities anytime soon. Fortunately, there are some things you can do to combat […]
As of late, eavesdropping has been making the headlines due to the surge in frequency. Making it an ideal time to review how well your Voice-over-Internet-Protocol (VoIP) phone systems are protected. However, this isn’t entirely new to VoIP, Vomit and Peskyspy are just some of the prolific VoIP eavesdropping attacks that have gained infamy since […]
It’s no surprise that millions of websites are on WordPress — it’s easy to manage, operates on an open source framework, and covers most webmasters’ Content Management Solutions (CMS) needs. What’s also no surprise? That it’s prone to attacks. Recently, some 20 attackers defaced thousands of WordPress websites. If you think 20 attackers is frightening, […]
The New Year is upon us, and with it comes a new batch of cyber threats. As advances are made in the world of technology, businesses anticipate changes that can make life more convenient. But, like snakes slithering into your home, cyber attackers also keep up with technological changes for their own nefarious ends.
You are probably already familiar with ransomware, one of the nastier forms of malicious software that makes the rounds every now and again, but you may have yet to encounter a particularly nasty form of ransomware called Chimera. Only recently discovered, Chimera takes ransomware’s scare tactics to the next level.
While a small number of Facebook and Google users have, in the past, been warned that their accounts may have been hacked into by something called a “state-sponsored actor”, users of social media platform Twitter have largely escaped unscathed by the phenomenon. Or at least they haven’t been told about it. Until now, that is, […]