Black Kingdom ransomware | Securelist- Tempemail

Black Kingdom ransomware appeared on the scene back in 2019, but we observed some activity again in 2021. The ransomware was used by an unknown adversary for exploiting a Microsoft Exchange vulnerability (CVE-2021-27065). The complexity and sophistication of the Black Kingdom family cannot bear a comparison with other Ransomware-as-a-Service (RaaS) Continue Reading

Black locksmith accuses police of racial profiling in viral TikTok- Tempemail

A Black locksmith documented his experience working in a white neighbourhood and dealing with aggressive police officers in a pair of Tik Tok videos that have been widely viewed on social media. The locksmith was contracted to switch out the locks on a house in a predominantly white neighbourhood, and Continue Reading

Black Kingdom Ransomware Hunting Unpatched Microsoft Exchange Servers – Tempemail

More than a week after Microsoft released a one-click mitigation tool to mitigate cyberattacks targeting on-premises Exchange servers, the company disclosed that patches have been applied to 92% of all internet-facing servers affected by the ProxyLogon vulnerabilities. The development, a 43% improvement from the previous week, caps off a whirlwind Continue Reading

Asian and Black Americans saw largest rise in online hate in 2020, report finds | Social media- Tempemail

Asian Americans and Black Americans experienced major rises in online hate in the past year, a new report has found, despite recent steps that social media firms have taken to address harassment. A survey released on Wednesday by the Anti-Defamation League, an anti-hate speech organization founded in 1913, discovered that Continue Reading

‘This is radical love’ – the glorious, rich history of black queer Britain | Photography- Tempemail

We launched the digital archive Black and Gay, Back in the Day on Instagram at the start of LGBTQ History Month on 1 February. We wanted to document the lives of Black queer people in Britain – not just those seen as icons or famous figures but the everyday people Continue Reading

Tala Gouveia: ‘They called McDonald & Dodds woke just because I was black’ | Television- Tempemail

If you scribble down a list of all the British TV detectives you can think of, past and present, the sad truth is that only a handful are played by black actors. It’s a fact that isn’t lost on Tala Gouveia, who occupies one of the titular roles in the Continue Reading

Ministers promise crackdown on online racism against black footballers | Race- Tempemail

Ministers have vowed to crack down on online racism levelled at footballers as Manchester police confirmed they were launching an investigation into the racial abuse a number of black players received during the last week. Manchester United and England striker Marcus Rashford has described the racist abuse he received on Continue Reading

Black images matter: Shade, the powerful podcast unpicking the tumult of 2020 | Television & radio

Lou Mensah spent the 1990s working in PR but her favourite part of the job was not the to and fro with clients. What she really liked was meeting and briefing photographers. So when she fell ill at one point, a friend gave her a camera and said: “If you’re Continue Reading