- Viral threats and other attacks cannot be taken lightly
- The recent attack on IT firm Kaseya showed this in full nudity
- And according to experts, this is just the beginning
The global pandemic of Covid-19 is in decline, but we still have its echo in our heads. Everything is different and the possibility to go on holiday or the current relaxation does not change anything. Everyone is trying to return from a terrible dream to normal, to the ruts. If it works at all, that’s the question! And that’s not all. Cyber security is becoming more and more common in the tailcoat.
One hundred percent security does not exist
A recent attack on an IT company Kaseya is just the imaginary tip of the iceberg. You already know from our frequented articles that the Internet is full of fraudsters. The apparent feeling that one is in danger is completely relative. And experts fear this is just the beginning. Not only large companies, but also individuals will be hit more and more often.
Technology web ITWorldCanada he published a very disturbing report a few days ago. In it, he points out that a brand new one has appeared malware “Divol”, which is basically similar to the infamous TriBot virus. Behind both are said to be a cybercrime gang called the Wizard Spider. So far, it focuses only on corporate firewalls and tests what they can handle.
Start relying more on yourself
Security analysts also recommend the need for increasing vigilance in application stores Google Play i App Store. Despite a very strict security policy, there are a number of risks, especially for poorly protected apps, despite the fact that many of them function only as a “carrier”.
They are built so that they can pass even the strongest control. In other words, both Apple’s and Google’s warranties still apply, but they can’t be taken as a mantra and downloaded without thinking. It is essential that users (as far as possible) always prefer to do their own research (reviews, user experiences, etc. – editor’s note), because 100% guarantees are practically non-existent today!
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