Phone spear phishing is a form of social engineering that was used to great effect in the recent high-profile Twitter hack. It’s not a new practice, but the massive rise in remote working during the COVID-19 pandemic has made it far more powerful, and so businesses need to be wary of the threat.
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In early July Project Sonar found just under 50,000 Microsoft DNS servers in UDP and TCP DNS scans with the vulnerability. They also discovered that 20 companies in the Fortune 500 had 250 at-risk servers exposed to the outside world.
A remote code execution vulnerability for Microsoft DNS Server has been scored a maximum 10/10 on the CVSS scoring matrix. This poses a massive risk to businesses around the world and highlights the importance of regular and comprehensive patching.
One of our application hosting customers, a software start-up called Appligo, have helped Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust launch a custom app to manage critical PPE stock during the Coronavirus pandemic. Following this success, they will be taking a further two Trusts live next week.
The Citrix Workspace app is much more than a rebranded version of Citrix Receiver, it has been built to securely provide all digital workspace resources and user productivity needs in a single unified experience, on any device, anywhere.
BrightCloud is one of thousands of SMEs to have been awarded the chance to supply cloud computing services to government bodies through a major government procurement framework.
With just over 100 days to go the vSphere 5.5 End of General Support is fast-approaching on September 19, 2018. To maintain your full level of Support and Subscription Services, VMware recommends upgrading to vSphere 6.5 or 6.7.
The most exciting announcement at Citrix Synergy 2018 was Citrix Workspace app. It promises to increase user productivity by bringing together all your apps, content and devices into one place – whether they are located on premise or in the cloud.
As you may be aware, there have been several publications and reports released during the past week reporting several vulnerabilities that could potentially be exploited with some Intel, AMD and ARM CPUs.