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We’re Extending our Summer Savings Discount on MDaemon Email Server & Security Gateway for Email Servers!

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SD-WAN Delivers Digital Transformation to Your Next-Gen Branch

The days of a branch office relying on a fixed MPLS connection to backhaul all internet traffic, data, and workflows back to the core network are over. To compete in today’s digital economy, today’s branch offices need to be an integral part of the network, rather than functioning as  an Continue Reading

.Net RAT Malware Being Spread by MS Word Documents

Breaking Threat Research from FortiGuard Labs Just days ago, Fortinet’s FortiGuard Labs captured a malicious MS Word document from the wild that contains auto-executable malicious VBA code that can spread and install NanoCore RAT software on a victim’s Windows system. NanoCore RAT was developed in the .Net framework, and the latest Continue Reading

Provision your 3CX Clients in Seconds – Sneak Peek of V15.5 Update 2

Update 2 for V15.5 is literally just days away. It’s going to be packed with new updates and features to enhance the usability and management of the PBX, both for admins but also for the users. In light of this, and without wanting to give too much away, we’re giving Continue Reading

Analysis of New GlobeImposter Ransomware Variant

Over the past few days, FortiGuard Labs captured a number of JS (JavaScript) scripts. Based on my analysis, they were being used to spread the new GlobeImposter ransomware variants.  I picked one of them and did a quick analysis. The version of the variant I reviewed is “726”. Figure 1 Continue Reading

ownCloud Combats WannaCry, Petya & Co: Announcement of More Ransomware Protection

After the current waves of attack of ransomware WannaCry in May and its successor Petya a few days ago, agitation prevails in many IT departments: How can you protect your company against these attacks, which have the potential to destroy all files? The economic damage is now already in the Continue Reading

No Tears for WannaCry: Five Steps Every CISO Should Consider for Protecting Your Organization from Ransomware

Over the past few days WannaCry malicious malware variants affected hundreds of organizations across the world. This cyberattack spread primarily by exploiting a vulnerability whose manufacturer had issued a critical security update over two months ago. While there are certainly reasons why it may take an organization some time to Continue Reading

Byline: IoT – Not as New As You Think

IoT is a sexy topic these days. It’s hard to open a magazine or blog without seeing statistics that project there will soon be more IoT devices online than there are teenagers on ClickChat. Like the growth of mobility and smartphones before it, IoT is a phenomenon that merits attention. Continue Reading

SPF, DKIM, and DMARC: Acronym Soup or Useful Email Security?

Spam has been an constant and chronic problem since the early days of the internet.  The first unsolicited mass e-mailing (later termed SPAM) was sent on May 1, 1978 by Gary Thuerk of Digital Equipment Corp (DEC) advertising the VAX T-series to 400 of the then 2600 ARPAnet users. The Continue Reading

Q&A: Information Sharing and Trust in Cybersecurity Today

With cybercrime such a big concern these days, cooperation and information sharing between public and private organizations has never been more important. We recently talked with Derek Manky, Global Security Strategist at Fortinet, to get his thoughts on the difficulty, and importance, of trusted networks for sharing information in the Continue Reading

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