Silver Sparrow Malware
No platform is safe from infection, as we were reminded earlier this year when a new strain of malware was found on 30K Macs.
Every infected Mac is communicating with a control server every hour to see if there’s new commands to carry out; so far, none have been issued. The malware can also remove itself from a system, meaning it could execute a command then disappear. Since the original report on the new and unusual malware was published, it was also updated with Apple’s reaction. Certificates of the developer accounts used to sign the packages were revoked in order to prevent new macOS machines from infection. To learn more, and read the full and updated story, visit here.
SonicWall and SentinelOne
SonicWall recently announced a new agreement to bring together SentinelOne’s next-generation endpoint protection with SonicWall’s next-generation firewall solution.
SonicWall is a trusted security partner protecting over one million networks worldwide, while SentinelOne is a company transforming endpoint protection. By combining the two powerful offerings, SonicWall and SentinelOne will automate the distribution and enforcement of SentinelOne’s Endpoint Protection Platform while also ensuring the automatic remediation of malicious attacks, like ransomware, in the event of infection by reversing system and file modifications.
To learn more about the agreement and integration between SonicWall and SentinelOne, visit here.
Availability in Outlook Mobile
Even while working remotely, our calendars have no shortage of meetings filling them up on a daily basis. Outlook mobile is showing how to share your availability in a few quick steps, under 60 seconds, to help organizers easily schedule meetings with you. Watch the video here and see below the easy steps.
- In your reply, tap the calendar
- Tap Send Availability to pick the timeslots that work best for you
- Tap the checkmark and Send!