Phishing/SPAM Example Series – Number 2

PayPal

Photo by Brady Rogers on Unsplash Here is another “PayPal” email. This one purports to be “looking out” for me. All the links in the email (including the “change your password” and “Help & Contact” lead to https://vk.cc/azxnUK. Also note the actual

Windows DNS Server Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Severe/Critical vulnerability in Windows DNS. Severe enough that DHS CISA is classifying it a level 10 (out of 10). A quick workaround is mentioned in the Microsoft link below: To work around this vulnerability, make the following registry change to restrict the size of the

Don’t Click On That Link! | Avoid Becoming a Phishing Victim

Be careful about clicking on links in emails that purport to be from your company helpdesk, CDC, Microsoft, your bank, the IRS, or another company that you deal with. With this COVID19 running rampant, and more people working from home, your work

Share a Folder between Host OS and Guest OS in Virtual Box (Windows > Linux Mint)

I use Linux Mint on Windows using Virtual Box, mainly to use as a sandboxed OS for security testing email attachments, links, and websites.  Easy to take a snapshot and revert if I fubar it. I wanted to create a shared folder