Azure Active Directory, Microsoft’s access management service, awent down Monday afternoon that locked users out of their accounts.
Four former eBay employees are expected to plead guilty to charges that they led a cyberstalking campaign against an online newsletter’s editor and publisher. In June, federal officials announced charges and said the harassment campaign “included sending the couple anonymous, threatening messages, disturbing deliveries—including a box of live cockroaches, a funeral wreath, and a bloody pig [Halloween] mask—and conducting covert surveillance of the victims.”
Zerologon, as researchers have dubbed the vulnerability, allows malicious hackers to instantly gain unauthorized control of the Active Directory. An Active Directory stores data relating to users and computers that are authorized to use email, file sharing, and other sensitive services inside large organizations.
IOS 14 HAS begun rolling out to iPhones worldwide, and as is typical for Apple and a new iOS release, security and privacy enhancements are front and center. The new mobile operating system should make you and your data safer than ever. But it’s important to know where these various features are and how to use them.
iOS 14 will warn users about reused passwords and Apple will now check your stored credentials against a list of known data breaches.
Giant office retail company Staples informed some of its customers that data related to their orders has been accessed without authorization.
The Hartford School District in Connecticut has postponed their first day of school as they get systems restored after a ransomware attack.