Monthly Archives: May 2016

Reset your LinkedIn Password

The original LinkedIn 2012 databreach turns out to have been much larger than the estimated 6.5 million username and passwords that were stolen. There are really more than 100 million records compromised and LinkedIn is sending emails to these users that they need to change their password. The bad guys however, are jumping on this […]

Hidden Dangers Of HTML Attachments

Research from our partners has spotted an up and coming trend; malicious HTML “attackments” that are used for credentials phishing. There are a couple of reasons why the bad guys have taken a liking to HTML: Reduced chance of antivirus detection Users are familiar with this, and do not see harm Bad guys are using […]