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Euro 2024: Common cyberthreats | Kaspersky official blog

The latest major soccer tournament brings back old scams. Here's how to watch Euro 2024 safely.

How ShrinkLocker ransomware leverages BitLocker | Kaspersky official blog

How the ShrinkLocker ransomware leverages the Windows full-volume encryption utility BitLocker to block access to computers it infects.

Transatlantic Cable podcast episode 351 | Kaspersky official blog

Episode 351 of the Kaspersky podcast has Apple, OpenAI, ?text message blasters? and Tamagotchi?s!

Notifications from FB and theft of business account passwords

Through a security hole attackers get the Facebook, to send phishing emails with fake notifications threatening to block business accounts.

When two-factor authentication is useless | Kaspersky official blog

Scammers have learned how to intercept one-time passwords using phishing kits and OTP bots in Telegram.

Security and privacy settings in WhatsApp | Kaspersky official blog

How to set up WhatsApp's security and privacy for maximum protection against surveillance, and unauthorized access to your correspondence.

Kaspersky SIEM: normalizers and correlation rules | Kaspersky official blog

Updates to the Kaspersky Unified Monitoring and Analysis Platform 3.0.3 SIEM system: new normalizers and correlation rules.

TikTok Zero-Click vulnerability: what to know? | Kaspersky official blog

A recent zero-click vulnerability in TikTok has led to high-profile accounts being taken over.

How to set up private browsing and incognito mode correctly in 2024 | Kaspersky official blog

Tips for using incognito mode and advanced private browsing controls.

E-mail attacks on the hotel business | Kaspersky official blog

Phishing and malware in e-mails to hotel employees, disguised as ordinary correspondence from previous or potential guests.