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February 18, 2020
[ad_1] 2019 demonstrated that cyber-attacks are getting more numerous in the cryptocurrency industry, while hardware remains vulnerable and high-profile data leaks are becoming more common. Even worse, the trend is a continuing one.  Way back in June 2018, Kaspersky Lab security experts reported an increase in the amount of malware targeting the cryptocurrency market. They...
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[ad_1] The sport of football is a multi-billion-pound global industry, where the world’s top-drawer football clubs push competitive advantages to the extreme, not just for the prestige of winning trophies, as success on the pitch also means a greater slice of jaw-dropping TV, sponsorship and advertising revenues. The key commodity in the football industry are football...
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[ad_1] On January 31, 2020, Shmoocon held their annual conference in Washington D.C. Each year, the event offers a glimpse into the upcoming trends of the year, defined by the needs of the federal industry. Outlined below are the top three trends observed by our ForAllSecure engineers. Shmoocon is becoming more than just a Federal...
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[ad_1] Close IMAGE OF HOMESTUCK COMIC Photographs courtesy of VIZ.COM IMAGE OF HOMESTUCK COMIC Photographs courtesy of VIZ.COM Photographs courtesy of VIZ.COM IMAGE OF HOMESTUCK COMIC The Internet is full of bizarre information and creations. Of many of the billions of websites we can visit (and still more hidden in the deep web) we have...
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[ad_1] YouTube Gaming has been clawing its way into streaming platform Twitch’s market share for months. But new data retrieved by WIRED suggests that YouTube Gaming also has a serious problem with scammers and cheat-makers—and lots and lots of bots. In January, all seven of the most-watched YouTube Gaming channels weren’t run by happy gamers...
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[ad_1] YouTube Gaming has been clawing its way into streaming platform Twitch’s market share for months. But new data retrieved by WIRED suggests that YouTube Gaming also has a serious problem with scammers and cheat-makers—and lots and lots of bots. In January, all seven of the most-watched YouTube Gaming channels weren’t run by happy gamers...
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[ad_1] LA CROSSE, Wis. (WXOW) – The University of Wisconsin System Board of Regents granted approval to offer an online master’s degree in cyber-security at UW-La Crosse. One last step is HLC accreditation. When approved, the program will start fall 2020. The UW Extended Campus works on collaborative graduate programs to meet the needs of...
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[ad_1] Bipartisan pressure to keep Chinese telecom firm Huawei out of the global development of 5G networks intensified Monday after House Speaker Nancy PelosiNancy PelosiThe Hill’s Morning Report – Sanders on the rise as Nevada debate looms Lawmakers push back at Trump’s Pentagon funding grab for wall Malaysia says it will choose 5G partners based...
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[ad_1] Crooks are constantly dreaming up new ways to use and conceal stolen credit card data. According to the U.S. Secret Service, the latest scheme involves stolen card information embedded in barcodes affixed to phony money network rewards cards. The scammers then pay for merchandise by instructing a cashier to scan the barcode and enter...
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[ad_1] As most of us are just getting comfortable writing “2020” on checks and journal entries, the identity access management industry is far from settling down. The new year finds IAM undergoing a machine-learning-enabled “phase shift” that will make processes dramatically smarter and incredibly more agile, automated, and vigilant than ever before. This shift is...
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[ad_1] A Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) captain was sentenced to 20 weeks’ jail on Monday after buying credit card details off the Dark Web to purchase vouchers on online application Fave. Yang Jiafeng, 32, pleaded guilty to three charges under the Computer Misuse Act. Another charge was taken into consideration. Yang, a regular in the...
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[ad_1] By TYGER ALLEN There’s no knowing when Warwick Schools could be the target of a cyber attack. A seemingly normal email with embedded links or a PDF file could pop into the mailbox of any faculty member. A click by just one employee could render the entire school system vulnerable, shutting down operations and...
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[ad_1] Crooks are constantly dreaming up new ways to use and conceal stolen credit card data. According to the U.S. Secret Service, the latest scheme involves stolen card information embedded in barcodes affixed to phony money network rewards cards. The scammers then pay for merchandise by instructing a cashier to scan the barcode and enter...
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[ad_1] Federal agencies will soon have new guidance on how to securely connect to the internet when using government-issued devices, but several former federal techies are saying the proposed policy, as written, puts two core principles in conflict: the policy’s new “trust zones” and the concept of “zero trust.” The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency...
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[ad_1] Home > Security News > Malware The data harvesting malware Lokibot has again been upgraded by its creators, this time to impersonate a popular online game launcher in order to trick victims into mistakenly downloading the malware. Trend Micro researchers say Lokibot now presents itself as an installer of the Epic Games store. The...
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[ad_1] A new email-based extortion campaign is reportedly threatening to flood websites with bot-generated fake traffic so that Google’s anti-fraud mechanisms block their AdSense advertising service accounts. According to security researcher Brian Krebs, the extortionists are telling email recipients that they will soon see a message from Google warning them that the number of ads...
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[ad_1] Once a software patch is released, we tend to believe it means “problem solved”. Most of the time, however, this is not actually the case. Fully solving the problem requires all developers to grab the latest patch version and deploy it in their environment. Since upgrading isn’t an especially trivial action, developers need to...
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[ad_1] The CRTC is looking into how to prevent cases of identity scams linked to carrier porting. (Brady Lang/650 CKOM) A Saskatchewan farming family was recently victimized by a phone porting scam. Malicious hackers were able to convince the Johnson family’s service provider to switch their number over to a different phone. From there, the hackers were...
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[ad_1] A 19-year-old American man has been arrested for allegedly engaging in a six-year cybercrime wave that involved swatting, computer fraud, and the stalking of multiple victims, including a New York schoolgirl. Tristan Rowe was arrested on February 12 after allegedly threatening to kill one victim and bomb their school. Cops say he sent multiple disturbing messages...
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