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The protest against Reddit’s API changes continue, with hackers demanding API cost changes as part of a ransom demand, while subreddits tap the power of John Oliver and Tim Cook. Reddit’s management is currently under fire from users over a decision to make developers of apps pay to access the API. The decision, which will...
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ttps://securityintelligence.com/articles/a-history-of-ransomware-and-the-cybersecurity-ecosystem/”http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-html40/loose.dtd”> The number and complexity of cybersecurity tools have grown at a dizzying pace in recent decades. As cyber threats like ransomware became more numerous and complex, antivirus and threat management tools expanded to meet these challenges. Security experts now often find themselves with too many choices and a market too rich with options. Choosing,...
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Published June 19, 2023 1:57 p.m. ET Hackers from the BlackCat ransomware gang are threatening to leak 80 gigabytes of confidential data from Reddit. (Rafael Henrique/SOPA Images/LightRocket/Getty Images) Reddit’s month may be going from bad to worse. Hackers from the BlackCat ransomware gang, also known as ALPHV, are threatening to leak 80 gigabytes of confidential...
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Artificial Intelligence can be leveraged to strengthen the cybersecurity of the smart grid Artificial Intelligence to Enhance Smart Grid Cybersecurity: Even though security solutions are becoming modern and robust, cyber threats are ever-evolving and always at their peak. The main reason is that the conventional methods to detect malware are falling apart. Cybercriminals regularly devise...
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“The NCF carries out cyber operations on a daily basis to protect against threats to the UK, further the UK’s foreign and national security policy, support military operations, and prevent serious crime,” says the document. Despite his high-profile role leading the NCF, which defends Britain against international threats such as terrorism and hostile nations, Mr...
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Modern businesses confront cybersecurity threats on a daily basis. Most they can effectively neutralize, but successful attacks can result in data breaches, financial losses and reputational damage. It’s essential, therefore, that organizations clearly understand their cyber-risk exposure and how to quantify that risk accurately. One way to do so is through cyber-risk quantification, which, in...
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Piers Morgan knew how to hack phones and explained how to do it, a former Mirror journalist has told the High Court. David Seymour, the group political editor of the newspaper from 1993 to 2007, gave evidence in the trial against publishers Mirror Group Newspapers (MGN), brought by claimants including Prince Harry. Mr Seymour told...
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Reddit breach AFP via Getty Images The BlackCat ransomware criminal group, also known as ALPHV, hacked into Reddit servers earlier this year: a breach that Reddit confirmed in February. It was reported that while the attackers gained access to internal documents and codes, as well as internal dashboards and business systems, there was no evidence...
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The US government has verified that a number of governmental institutions have been the target of Clop ransomware attacks that took advantage of a popular file transfer tool’s security flaw. A senior CISA officer informed reporters later on Thursday, citing estimates from private analysts, that “several hundred” businesses and organizations in the US may also...
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Secrets are fundamental to cybersecurity. They comprise the secret data that allows individual authorization and access to or between systems. But if secrets are not secret, they are threats. Secrets are also known as credentials. They either provide human access to systems and software, or they provide machine access to other machines. Both categories need...
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