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MagicDot: A Hacker's Magic Show of Disappearing Dots and Spaces

Microsoft Windows is the world’s most widely used desktop operating system (OS). It accounts for more than 70% of market share as of February 2024, according to market research firm Statista, and can be found on more than 1.4 billion active devices. As with any software vendor, Microsoft continuously evolves their OS with the release of updated versions that offer new features and functionality.

It Takes a Hacker to Catch a Hacker

In a recent episode, 60 Minutes brought national attention to the growing threat of ransomware attacks, considered by many to be the greatest current threat to the United States and global economies. More than just informative, the narrative was a chilling glimpse into the depths of the cyber underworld. Forget the stereotype of a hacker, surrounded by energy drinks and empty pizza boxes, tinkering alone in the basement.

Outsmarting Cyber Threats: Etay Maor Unveils the Hacker's Playbook in the Cloud Era

In an era where cyber threats evolve as rapidly as the technology they target, understanding the mindset of those behind the attacks is crucial. This was the central theme of a speech given by Etay Maor, Senior Director of Security Strategy, of Cato Networks at the MSP EXPO 2024 Conference & Exposition in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Titled, “SASE vs.

Unraveling Cyber Intrigue: Decoding the Complexities of State-Sponsored Hacking Groups

Join us as we uncover the intricate web of state-sponsored hacking groups and the hidden motivations driving their actions. Explore insights from recent revelations, including examples from China dating back to 2012-2013, where various government agencies sponsored competing hacking groups. In this eye-opening discussion, we delve into the financial motivations behind these operations and shed light on the key players pulling the strings. From government agencies vying for dominance to clandestine funding sources, the landscape of cyber intrigue is more complex than meets the eye.