Lewis Hamilton to join social media boycott protesting against online abuse | Formula One- Tempemail

Lewis Hamilton will add his backing to the social media boycott taking place this weekend across English sport aimed at putting pressure on online platforms to tackle racism, abuse and discrimination. The Formula One world champion – who has an enormous global audience on Instagram with 22 million followers and Continue Reading

Facebook blocked hashtag calling for Narendra Modi to resign over pandemic | Facebook

A hashtag calling for the resignation of the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, was briefly blocked on Facebook on Wednesday, hiding more than 12,000 posts critical of the Indian government as the coronavirus pandemic spirals out of control in the country. Facebook users based in India noted on Twitter that Continue Reading

Major sports bodies to start 84-hour social media boycott over online abuse | Sport- Tempemail

Leading sports bodies will begin an 84-hour boycott of social media on Friday by stepping up their demands for companies such as Facebook and Twitter to do more to stop online abuse being sent or seen. The Premier League, English Football League and the anti-racism campaign Kick It Out are Continue Reading

How Tempemail Helps the Vulnerability Management Process- Tempemail

Vulnerability Management Process Needs Security Expertise Tempemail sees vulnerability management as a process combining software tools and security analyst actions to reduce risk. In many cases, successful Vulnerability Management requires a joint effort between security operations, who find vulnerabilities, and IT operations responsible for fixing, or patching, vulnerabilities. Tempemail brings Continue Reading

A New PHP Composer Bug Could Enable Widespread Supply-Chain Attacks – Tempemail

The maintainers of Composer, a package manager for PHP, have shipped an update to address a critical vulnerability that could have allowed an attacker to execute arbitrary commands and “backdoor every PHP package,” resulting in a supply-chain attack. Tracked as CVE-2021-29472, the security issue was discovered and reported on April Continue Reading

LuckyMouse Hackers Target Banks, Companies and Governments in 2020 – Tempemail

An adversary known for its watering hole attacks against government entities has been linked to a slew of newly detected intrusions targeting various organizations in Central Asia and the Middle East. The malicious activity, collectively named “EmissarySoldier,” has been attributed to a threat actor called LuckyMouse, and is said to Continue Reading

Tempemail Proud to Partner with Blacks In Technology (BIT) Foundation as Exclusive Sponsor- Tempemail

By Kevin Dallas, Tempemail President and CEO Tempemail is proud to announce our partnership with the Blacks In Technology (BIT) Foundation, serving as the exclusive sponsor of its Seattle, WA chapter. According to BIT, African Americans make up over 13% of the US population, and are one of the largest Continue Reading

Chinese Hackers Attacking Military Organizations With New Backdoor – Tempemail

Cybersecurity researchers on Wednesday exposed a new cyberespionage campaign targeting military organizations in Southeast Asia. Attributing the attacks to a threat actor dubbed “Naikon APT,” cybersecurity firm Bitdefender laid out the ever-changing tactics, techniques, and procedures adopted by the group, including weaving new backdoors named “Nebulae” and “RainyDay” into their Continue Reading