e filling pin for tax payers

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper June 27, 2016

The IRS is sun-setting e-Filling PIN Method for Tax payers The US Internal Revenue Service (IRS) is sunsetting e-Filling PIN (a number used for filing tax returns) system after being abused in last February. The authority has detected automated bot attack and an unknown attacker has configured a
data security

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper June 20, 2016

Business Email Compromise fraud resulted into $3 Billion Loss FBI's Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) said that business email compromise (BEC) is on its peak with $3.1 billion loss including loss of $960 million caused to US companies. The loss seems double compare to previous year as many h
biggest security risks

Biggest Security Challenges to Small e-Commerce Retailers

Security breaches have always been in the limelight as our traditional security parameters have proven shortfall against rising threats and crime vectors. Apart from the big businesses, hackers now prefer small enterprises for their target. These enterprises are like ripe fruits for malicious actors
Random Droid

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper June 13, 2016

Angler Exploit was most dominated Attack of May 2016 Symantec has come up with intelligence report for May 2016 that shows the role played by Angler exploit kit in 51% of exploit kit attacks. Symantec generally highlights on malware, spam, and future business risk in its report. Previously Sparta
NFS server Expose Sensitive Data

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper June 06, 2016

US Federal Reserve is attacked over 50 times CNN Money and Reuters documents revealed that Cyber culprits have attacked US Federal Reserve more than 50 times. Federal Reserve team has produced 310 reports out of which 140 reports were related to hacking. All reported attacks were happened between
cyber resilience

Extend Cyber Security with effective Cyber Resilience

What is Cyber Resilience? Even when the cyber events are quite unfavorable, cyber resilience helps in delivering the anticipated result. Cyberspace is so extensive and widespread that global efforts are mandatory to build cyber resilience. It should also be kept in mind that threats in cyber worl
SWIFT attacker malware

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper May 30, 2016

Microsoft is Banning Commonly used Passwords After LinkedIn breach, Microsoft has banned commonly used passwords. Microsoft is analyzing near 10 million breached accounts on daily base to update their banned password list. The motto of doing so is to prevent users from reusing password already in
Gmail security

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper May 23, 2016

Japanese Government is forming ICPA to protect SCADA According to Japan news report, Japanese government is planning to form a new government agency that will protect critical infrastructure against cyber-attacks. The new name of agency would be Industrial Cyber security Promotion Agency (ICPA) a