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The New Microsoft Exchange CryptoCurrency Hack

New cryptocurrency coins are created by solving complex mathematical problems, a process called “mining.” Those who mine cryptocurrency do so by building farms of extremely powerful computers designed specifically for these mining operations. Not only are the computers expensive, but so is the maintenance, networking and electrical power required to keep them running, sometimes making the effort unprofitable.

SharePoint Phishing Fools Microsoft

Do you use SharePoint in your organization? SharePoint is a Microsoft system that allows organizations to collaborate and share documents and information. Initially released in 2001, it has increased in popularity steadily since then, with a big jump in usage during 2020, when COVID-19 sent millions of workers home to work remotely.

Office 365 Phishing Kit Targets C-Level

Usually, announcements of new software are for legitimate software, like the new version of Microsoft Office. It would be crazy and brazen for cybercriminals to announce the publication of their hacking software, such as a new version of their Office 365 Phishing Kit, but that’s exactly what they’ve done.

Remote Worker Hacks Rising Amid Pandemic

As we predicted over 12 months ago, and as we’ve discussed several times in 2020, attacks that exploit the move to Work From Home/Remote Users are on the rise. The CISA (Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency) recently issued a report about new and trending attacks that exploit the remote user environment.