Current Security Alerts
July 20, 2022. Please update your Chrome Browser Immediately
Google has just released a patch for new bugs found in the Chrome browser. If you have Chrome on your personal devices, please install the latest security patch for the Chrome browser. Here is directions on how to get the patch. Outdated versions of Chrome could allow an attacker to gain control of your computer which would allow an attacker access to your on-line accounts, or to use your computer to attack others including other parts of the CWU network. Thank you for your assistance in keeping our university cyber safe.
The following articles will help bring awareness of recent, and prevalent security alerts. Remember: Do your part... be cyber smart!
T-Mobile Data Breach
- T-Mobile Data Breach—what you can do
- 2021 Ongoing Cyberattack Investigation
- T-Mobile Breach Central Today post
- Beware of criminals pretending to be WHO
- CONSUMER ALERT: Beware of Coronavirus Scams
- Coronavirus Phishing Attacks Are Actively Targeting the US
- COVID-19 Phishing and Scam Emails
- Protect Your Wallet—and Your Health—from Pandemic Scammers
- Vaccine Verification Method Scams
United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (US-CERT)
- Alert (AA19-024A) DNS Infrastructure Hijacking Campaign
- Alert (AA19-122A) New Exploits for Unsecure SAP Systems
- Alert (AA19-168A) Microsoft Operating Systems BlueKeep Vulnerability
Center for Internet Security
- Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Chrome Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution
- Security Primer – Ransomware
- TrickBot: Not Your Average Hat Trick – A Malware with Multiple Hats
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