How to recognize Tech Scams.

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Tue, 06/19/2018 - 17:28
How to recognize Tech Scams.
How to recognize Tech Scams.

Google Chrome has been hit by a group of scammers, trying to intimidate users into paying for fake Tech Support.  Under the guise of providing assistance from a desktop cyber penetration, these sneaky hackers are worming their way into systems worldwide. Users, naturally more worried than suspicious by nature and prompted by an unhealthy dose of fear, give access to their details or pay for 'tech support'.


Vega Stealer

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Tue, 06/19/2018 - 15:32
Vega Stealer
Vega Stealer

Marketeers, Public Relation Experts and Advertisers will be nervously shuffling their feet for a bit, whilst the Cyber Security professionals get to work on a new and potentially huge threat, Vega Stealer.

Recently uncovered by Proofpoint, Vega Stealer is the new sparkly malware found to be targeting the Retail, Manufacturing, Public relations and Advertising sectors.


Clickjacking Attacks

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Tue, 06/19/2018 - 15:01
Clickjacking Attacks
Clickjacking Attacks

When we discuss the way that cyber criminals access your computer, the following spring to mind: DDos attacks; phishing; Firewall vulnerabilities; SQL injections. One form of attack that doesn't get so much hype but is just as dangerous as any other, is Clickjacking.


Top Five Tips to Secure your Password

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Mon, 06/18/2018 - 16:52
Top Five Tips to Secure your Password
Top Five Tips to Secure your Password

Twitter has urged all its users to change their passwords due to a malfunction in their 'hashing' system which recently exposed all their users' passwords.

The 'Hashing System' is Twitters encryption process for passwords and provides some level of everyday security for Twitters users, outside of serious vindictive hacking on users' accounts.


Top five ways that you can stay safe online

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Mon, 06/04/2018 - 10:55
Top five ways that you can stay safe online
Top five ways that you can stay safe online

Apart from choosing secure passwords and being mindful of what and how frequently you download, there are a host of other ways you can be more careful on the net. With your online safety, identity and privacy, becoming major political issues we mustn’t be shy when it comes to beefing up on online safety.

Here are some handy tips you may or may not be aware of:  


What we can identify from the Atlanta Cyber-attack.

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Wed, 05/23/2018 - 17:14
What we can identify from the Atlanta Cyber-attack.
What we can identify from the Atlanta Cyber-attack.

Towards the end of March, the City of Atlanta was in the words of the Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, 'held hostage'.

The computer network of the City of Atlanta was hit by a ransomware attack which paralyzed a substantial percentage of the city’s data. The hackers demanded $50,000 to unlock the system.


How Secure is the BlockChain?

Submitted by CyberHub Summit on Wed, 04/25/2018 - 19:59
How Secure is the BlockChain?
How Secure is the BlockChain?

By James Azar

I want to start by asking you this very question? When you think of BlockChain what’s the first thing that come to your mind? (Comment Below) 

            Survey is most likely to say Bitcoin and Crypto Currency. Why? That’s what we know it as. Recent trends I read, speak and discuss with others is BlockChain is also the safest technology out there. Its already safer than the technology out there today and it can’t be hacked. 

            Let’s analyze this very statement. BlockChain is secure and can’t be hacked.