Microsoft has warned a cyber threat group dubbed Phosphorus has recently targeted email accounts belonging to Microsoft customers.
More organizations are relying on third-party companies to help them move to the cloud, such as Microsoft's popular Office 365 (O365) email services. A new report highlights some of the risks when moving to the cloud and potential configuration vulnerabilities.
Microsoft security researchers revealed additional details on how cyber attackers were able to exploit the 19 year old WinRar vulnerability last March.
Attackers are using fake Office 365 non-delivery messages in new phishing attacks designed to steal your credentials.
Office 365 phishing and account compromise attempts are on the rise. Hackers are using legitimate-looking O365 emails that instruct users to login to their account via a spoofed page after their account was supposedly suspended.