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We aim to promote cybersecurity awareness to the people of Negara Brunei Darussalam

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Upcoming Webinar

Social Engineering Scams and how to avoid them

People are often the weakest link when it comes to information security. Your personal information can easily be stolen by various forms of social engineering including phishing, vishing and smishing. In this webinar, you will see examples of such attacks and learn best practices to protect yourself.

 

Date: Friday, 12 August 2022
Time: 2.30pm - 3.30pm

 

Register now by clicking on the link below:
https://bit.ly/socialengineeringscam

Are you experiencing an online threat?

Contact BruCERT for advise if you need help in dealing with a cyber security incident such as identity theft, cyberbullying, phishing, stalking, hacked email account, ransomware or malware.

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BruCERT offers cyber security awareness talks for schools and organizations throughout Brunei Darussalam. Our talks provide valuable information about online threats, cyber safety and include tips to keep private information secure.

Alerts & Advisories

Telegram Takeover

5 Aug 2022

An increasing number of local Telegram users have reported to BruCERT since April this year that their accounts had been hacked or taken over. It is suspected that the number of unreported cases could be much higher.

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Microsoft Ransomware Targeting OneDrive and SharePoint Files By Abusing Versioning Configurations

19 Jul 2022

A proof-of-concept exploit could give hackers access to Office 365 or Microsoft 365 documents stored on OneDrive or SharePoint and make it inaccessible to the compromised user. It involves “file versioning” which is a feature in both OneDrive and SharePoint where a document is autosaved whenever an edit is made.

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Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool Vulnerability

6 Jun 2022

A remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability CVE-2022-30190, known as "Follina", is affecting the Microsoft Support Diagnostic Tool (MSDT) in Windows. An attacker who successfully exploits this vulnerability can run arbitrary code with the privileges of the calling application.

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