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February 14, 2020
[ad_1] RALEIGH — Love was in the air on Friday night inside the walls of PNC Arena. Large men standing on knives were hitting each other, vulcanized rubber discs were being smacked around with sticks, and the Devil(s) was present. It was a lovely night for hockey in Raleigh, and the Carolina Hurricanes put together...
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[ad_1] Phishing poses a looming vulnerability for many enterprises todaybecause the attackers have upped their game. They can now set up and take downphishing attacks within minutes, making it very hard for current defenses to identifythe problem before users succumb to a scam. The major types of phishing andsocial engineering threats today go well beyond...
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[ad_1] via Jon Brodkin – writing at Ars Technica – and detailing the latest salvo (chatted up in a Wall Street journal piece) in the United States Government versus Huawei Tug of Networks. We’are calling it The Backdoor Papers. Stay Tuned. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from Infosecurity.US authored by Marc...
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[ad_1] SHANGHAI/BEIJING — The death toll from a coronavirus outbreak in mainland China rose to 1,523 as of the end of Friday, after 143 people died over the course of the day, the country’s National Health Commission said on Saturday morning. The number of new deaths in central Hubei province, at the epicenter of the...
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[ad_1] A woman who called herself “the Drug Llama” apologized late Friday for selling the fentanyl that killed one of her customers. Melissa “The Drug Llama” Scanlan is going to be penned up for a long time after her sentencing for peddling thousands of fentanyl tablets on the dark web, including those that killed a...
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[ad_1] Fraudsters are using a wide variety of online platforms to target lovelorn victims in elaborate romance scams, including a growing shift towards finding targets on unlikely apps like Words with Friends. The popular app which allows users to play one-on-one games of scrabble with strangers from around the world has been used as a...
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[ad_1] A trio of researchers from Singapore just published a paper detailing a number of security holes they discovered in Bluetooth chips from several different vendors. The good news is that they disclosed the holes responsibly back in 2019 and waited 90 days – a sort-of industry standard period popularised by Google’s Project Zero team...
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[ad_1] In May 2013, the U.S. Justice Department seized Liberty Reserve, alleging the virtual currency service acted as a $6 billion financial hub for the cybercrime world. Prompted by assurances that the government would one day afford Liberty Reserve users a chance to reclaim any funds seized as part of the takedown, KrebsOnSecurity filed a...
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[ad_1] Starting with Kali 2020.1, there is no longer a superuser account and the default user is now a standard, non-privileged user.  In Kali Linux 2020.1, both the default username and password are “kali”   If you would like to use root instead of the none superuser account kali, here are the instructions to do...
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[ad_1] When it comes to building buy-in from the business, all cybersecurity needs is love — especially when it comes to communication. When most people, including the majority of us in the industry, think about cybersecurity, “lovable” isn’t the first word that comes to mind. Cybersecurity has a “dark arts” reputation that conjures up images...
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[ad_1] Home > Security News > Cybercrime The Puerto Rico government fell for a phishing scam that bilked the U.S. territory out of $2.6 million — an incident that sounds like a possible business email compromise. According to an Associated Press report, the Puerto Rico Industrial Development Company (PRIDCO), a government-run corporation created to promote the...
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[ad_1] A year-long investigation by the RCMP has led to three people being arrested and the dismantling of a “dark web drug trafficking” operation in British Columbia. A police statement explains that the investigation began in January 2019. The FSOC began Project EPateriform, which investigated online drug trafficking that took place on the dark web...
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[ad_1] 2019 was a banner year for breaches. Some of the biggest victims included social media heavy-hitters Facebook and TikTok, as well as financial dynamo Capital One. They???re just the tip of the iceberg: according to Forbes, over 3,000 breaches in 2019 tallied up to 4.1 billion compromised data records. That???s a whopping 22.5 million...
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[ad_1] Home > Security News > Data Breach Idaho Central Credit Union has started informing some customers of two data breaches that impacted the financial institution The first instance cropped up on November 5, 2019 when some suspicious behavior was noted. A breach was confirmed three days later, reported BoiseDev. A data breach notice was...
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[ad_1] With the latest spurious allegations concerning the alleged hack of his phone by the Saudis, Jeff Bezos brought himself back into an unwelcome and embarrassing spotlight, involving nude pictures of himself cheating on his ex-wife, all seemingly for the sake of destroying the reputation of the Saudi Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman. His claim that Mohammed...
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[ad_1] CyberGuard 360 introduces proprietary “Deep Diver,” a Dark Web Monitoring and Prospecting Engine – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for global professionals · Friday, February 14, 2020 · 509,771,239 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools Press Releases Events & Conferences [ad_2] Source link
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[ad_1] The before and after photos of thousands of plastic surgery patients in Europe were recently left vulnerable but since rectified, researchers at vpnMentor wrote in a blog post. The researchers, led by Noam Rotem and Ran Locar, discovered on Jan. 24 that NextMotion did not secure or encrypt the body images and PII of...
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[ad_1] Thanks to Def Con 27 Volunteers, Videographers and Presenters for publishing their superlative conference videos via their YouTube Channel for all to see, enjoy and learn. Permalink The post DEF CON 27, Crypto And Privacy Village – Tiffany Li’s ‘Facial Recognition DNA And Biometric Privacy’ appeared first on Security Boulevard. [ad_2] Source link
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[ad_1] The DHS Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation have released a report on six new or upgraded malware variants being used by North Korea. The malware types included are Bistromath, Slickshoes, Crowdedflounder, Hotcroissant, Artfulpie, Buffetline and Hoplight. Hoplight is a previously recorded malware believed to be used by...
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[ad_1] Palm Beach County’s elections supervisor does not believe the attack is linked to Russian hacking attempts targeting Florida. A ransomware attack struck Florida’s Palm Beach County Elections Office weeks ahead of the 2016 US presidential election, the Palm Beach Post reported this week. The incident took place more than three years ago, when Susan...
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