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As people grow concerned about the Wuhan coronavirus, now classified as a global emergency by the World Health Organization, cybercriminals are preying on their fear with phishing emails claiming to have advice on protective safety measures. Emails have been seen in the US and UK. The attack was detected by security researchers at Mimecast. A […]

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The company has analyzed the websites of Republican and Democrat candidates and found that most of them allow malicious actors to send out emails impersonating their campaigns. The study also found that a majority of them have failed to deploy advanced email security solutions, relying almost exclusively on the security features provided by service providers […]

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One of the flaws, tracked as CVE-2018-15453 and classified as “critical,” has been described as a memory corruption issue caused by improper input validation in emails signed with Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions (S/MIME). An attacker can cause appliances to reload and enter a DoS condition by sending a specially crafted S/MIME email. When the software […]

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