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February 5, 2020
WASHINGTON — When Iranian-born German academic Erfan Kasraie received an email from The Wall Street Journal requesting an interview, he sensed something was amiss. The Nov. 12 note purportedly came from Farnaz Fassihi, a veteran Iranian-American journalist who covers the Middle East. Yet it read more like a fan letter, asking Kasraie to share his...
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BlackBerry is pleased to announce BlackBerry Digital Workplace, a secure robust workspace that provides users simple and secure online and offline access to corporate on-premise or cloud content, including Microsoft Office 365 resources.   Remote anywhere, anytime access to company resources and data is what empowers a modern, mobile workforce. Using traditional VPN or classic...
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by Dan Kobialka • Feb 5, 2020 Check Point Software Technologies has released R80 Security Management-as-a-Service (MaaS), a cloud version of the company’s unified security software. Organizations can use R80 Security MaaS to deploy Check Point’s unified security management across their network fabric via their web browser, the company said. That way, they can use...
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Many modern vehicles let owners use the Internet or a mobile device to control the car’s locks, track location and performance data, and start the engine. But who exactly owns that control is not always clear when these smart cars are sold or leased anew. Here’s the story of one former electric vehicle owner who discovered...
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NSW Police arrested a man on Wednesday for his involvement in an alleged $11 million identity fraud scheme. The 31-year-old, previously from Adelaide, was allegedly involved in using the personal information of around 80 people to change payroll, superannuation, and credit card information to move millions of dollars into fraudulent bank accounts. Officers arrested the...
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Law360, New York (February 5, 2020, 6:23 PM EST) — A CIA computer expert told a Manhattan jury Wednesday that Joshua Schulte, the former CIA coder accused of giving secrets to Wikileaks, was a talented worker with “rough edges” whose workplace feuding caused intelligence officials to lose trust in him before he allegedly betrayed the...
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(CNN) — Cyber-criminals are using the global coronavirus scare to try to steal your personal data. Scammers are hoping they’ll be able to gain access to your data as you search for information about the illness. “Not only your name. address, your age, they can get your bank account a lot of times very easily...
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Attacks turned to cheaper, shorter attacks to try and disrupt targets, Imperva analysis shows. Distributed denial of service attacks appear to be getting smaller, shorter, and more persistent. An analysis by Imperva of DDoS attack data from 2019 showed that more than 51% of network layer DDoS attacks lasted barely 15 minutes and another 10%...
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When the computers of the city of Lodi, Calif., got hit by a ransomware attack last April, the strike disabled phone lines, forced police officers to write reports by hand and prevented workers from sending out utility bills. City officials refused to pay the ransom of 75 bitcoins — about $400,000 — and instead turned...
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Can you use Azure AD to manage IT resources for remote users? There are some circumstances Azure AD fits in, but it comes with limitations. The post Azure AD for Remote Users appeared first on JumpCloud. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Blog – JumpCloud authored by Megan Anderson. Read the...
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Thanks to the Sophos Security Team for their help with this article. Sadly, cybercrooks love a crisis, because it gives them a believable reason to contact you with a phishing scam. Here’s a tasteless and exploitative example, reported to us by the Sophos Security Team, of a current scam that uses the coronavirus as its...
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Rate limiting on DNS servers protected a state-level voter registration and information website from a monthlong DDoS attack that prompted the FBI to issue a Private Industry Notification (PIN). “The FBI received reporting indicating a state-level voter registration and voter information website received anomalous Domain Name System (DNS) server requests consistent with a Pseudo Random...
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Investigators are inundated with tips and the number of cases being prosecuted is nearly double that of just a few years ago Prosecution of child pornography cases spiked last year in Western New York. Between the U.S. Attorney’s Office and Erie County District Attorney, 80 cases were prosecuted last year. That’s almost double the number...
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The infection uses Lemon_Duck PowerShell malware variant to exploit vulnerabilities in embedded devices at manufacturing sites. A new malware campaign built to exploit flaws in connected devices is targeting manufacturers around the world and affecting products from smart printers to heavy operational equipment. Researchers at TrapX Labs first saw this attack targeting Latin American manufacturers...
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We asked 11 cybersecurity pros for their favorite cybersecurity books — here’s what they recommend Criminals. Mystery. Danger. Money. Technology. Sextortion. While all of these things together sound like the makings of a best-selling fiction novel, the cyber security industry — and all of the threats and dangers that exist within it — is all...
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Home > Security News Ahead of the Iowa caucuses – and the chaos that ensued after an app failed – YouTube reminded its community that deepfake videos – and other misleading videos aimed at voters that pose “serious risk of egregious harm” – are banned and will be removed. Viewers won’t see birtherism videos or...
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Hackers are pervading and locusts are raiding, but first: a cartoon about deepfake news. Here’s the news you need to know, in two minutes or less. Want to receive this two-minute roundup as an email every weekday? Sign up here! Today’s News Cisco flaws puts millions of workplace devices at risk If, in the course...
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Several Cisco-manufactured network equipments have been found vulnerable to five new security vulnerabilities that could allow hackers to take complete control over them, and subsequently, over the enterprise networks they power. Four of the five high-severity bugs are remote code execution issues affecting Cisco routers, switches, and IP cameras, whereas the fifth vulnerability is a...
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A newly discovered attack campaign has been abusing the online storage platform Bitbucket to maintain and update a wide assortment of malware, in a plot to infect computer users who download free, cracked versions of commercial software from the internet. Researchers at Cybereason’s Nocturnus team, who uncovered the threat, estimate that more than 500,000 machines...
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