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#ThreatThursday | 15th October 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

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#ThreatThursday | 25th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 25th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

This week on Threat Thursday, there’s a field day for long-running malware and thousands of print devices are still vulnerable online. And while NetGear routers are also suffering a major vulnerability, Zoom at least continues to up its security ...
#ThreatThursday | 18th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 18th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

It’s something of a quieter week for cyber threats in this week’s Threat Thursday, following last week’s tide of technical terrors. Still, there’s a major threat to the Internet of Things and a whole new phishing campaign leveraging the BLM ...
#ThreatThursday | 11th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 11th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Brace yourselves – this week’s Threat Thursday is a big one, covering some seriously critical patches across your integral software. Elsewhere, hackers are joining forces and leveraging a long-running threat to businesses, using a severe Windows ...
#ThreatThursday | 4th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 4th June 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Another week, another Threat Thursday to feast your cyber-conscious eyes on! This Thursday, 2 nasty new malware threats continue to target enterprises worldwide while the NHS Track and Trace suffers further security shockers. 
#ThreatThursday | 28th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 28th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Phishing campaigns, Covid-19 scams and yet more Zoom-related shenanigans. It’s a fairly predictable week for cyber security – but no less dangerous. Let Threat Thursday guide you through the ever-growing scourge of cyber crime set to be targeting ...
#ThreatThursday | 21st May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 21st May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

What’s happened in the last seven days of cyber security slip-ups, viral vindictiveness and data disasters? Threat Thursday has the answers This week; a data breach brings EasyJet down to Earth, while a malware campaign brings two threat groups ...
#ThreatThursday | 14th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 14th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Welcome back, readers old and new, to Mirus’s weekly cyber security blog, Threat Thursday! In this week’s Threat Thursday, there’s massive updates to Windows, Adobe and – unfortunately – the Anubis malware.
#ThreatThursday | 7th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 7th May 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

It’s Thursday again - time to hold our noses as we dive once more into the week’s cyber security slip-ups. This week there’s one clever phishing campaign, one utterly terrible one, and one big data breach at the world’s biggest domain hosting ...
#ThreatThursday | 30th April 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 30th April 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

We’re back with your regular rundown of the week’s biggest cyber threats and vulnerabilities. This week... The Gif of the Gab: How Animated Gifs Could Compromise Your Teams Network For those of us who can’t respond to Teams messages without slipping ...
#ThreatThursday | 16th April 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 16th April 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

It’s your 7-day storm of cyber security slipperiness – Threat Thursday is back. This week Cisco and VMWare have both suffered from security slip-ups – and Travelex are feeding the beast.
#ThreatThursday | 9th April 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

#ThreatThursday | 9th April 2020 | Cyber Security Updates

Time for more cyber crime shenanigans, as this week’s Threat Thursday explores a critical vulnerability in Microsoft Exchange Server. Elsewhere, two trojans join forces, two browsers shake some critical vulnerabilities, and one global pandemic ruins ...