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Technology skills platform Pluralsight is making all of its courses free to everyone this month. “In these uncertain times where government leaders and healthcare experts are asking us to practice social distancing, Pluralsight wants to offer an incentive for technology learners to follow that advice and better themselves,” said Pluralsight CEO Aaron Skonnard. “With this...
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At least 300,000 people in the UK pose a sexual threat to children as paedophiles look to exploit the coronavirus lockdown, the National Crime Agency (NCA) has warned. Investigators have identified offenders discussing opportunities to abuse children during the Covid-19 crisis in chats online. And police are warning of a spike in abuse with schools...
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Cyberattacks surged by 380% between 2014 and 2015Credit: Markus Spiske. The European Network of Transmission System Operators for Electricity (ENTSO-E) has become the latest power sector organisation to have fallen victim of a cyberattack. ENTSO-E – which represents 42 European transmission system operators in 35 countries – said on 9 March 2020 it had recently...
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For the first time since HackerOne – a bug-bounty-hosting platform which employs “ethical hackers” to find and fix exploitable vulnerabilities in businesses and organizations’ security perimeters – was launched, it recently summarily sacked a vendor from its platform, explaining it believed biometric mobile voting app Voatz’s attitude was a bit too aggressive, even “hostile,” in...
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Mike Doyle’s minor-key millennial character study plays like a polished web series condensed to feature form. A comedy in a minor-key about what millennials look like once they hit their mid-30s, “Almost Love” presents a tapestry of characters who are all living lives that aren’t fully theirs. Marklin (Augustus Prew, adorable here as he was...
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At least 19 websites have fallen victim to a new data skimmer that appears to have been developed by threat group Magecart Group 7. Dubbed ‘MakeFrame’ by researchers at RiskIQ, the new data skimmer has been spotted out in the wild in several different versions. Researchers first came across the skimmer on January 24. Since then,...
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A digital wallet app with millions of users has become the latest organization to be caught storing customer data in unsecured Amazon Web Services (AWS) S3 buckets.  Researchers at vpnMentor discovered five misconfigured buckets containing the personal data of 14 million users of the Key Ring app.  The Key Ring app allows users to upload and store scans and...
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JennyLife Secures $3.5 Million Series A Funding In Effort to Close the “Life Insurance Gap” for Women and Families | State | nbcrightnow.com We recognize you are attempting to access this website from a country belonging to the European Economic Area (EEA) including the EU which enforces the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and therefore...
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Group video chat app Houseparty offered a reward of $1 million for evidence of what it said was a smear campaign against the company as it fought to quash claims that the app was stealing data from others installed on the same smartphone. Hundreds of tweets have surfaced in the last two days, claiming that...
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Scammers are targeting Londoners with fake fine notification texts that accuse victims of flouting the country’s lockdown rules. The malicious text has been designed to look like a genuine COVID-19 alert sent by the UK government. Victims who receive the message are told that they have been fined £35 after being spotted leaving their home...
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Infosecurity Europe 2020, due to take place June 2-4, has been postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, event organizers Reed Exhibitions have just announced. Held annually at London Olympia, Infosecurity Europe is Europe’s largest and most comprehensive information security event, attracting thousands of visitors from the information security industry every year. A statement from Reed...
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Cyber criminals are trying to trick Zoom users as the video-conferencing platform surges in popularity as a result of the coronavirus pandemic forcing people to work – and socialise – remotely. March saw the number of daily Zoom meeting participants reach over 200 million, compared to 10 million in December, as people turn to the...
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Welcome to Riding Nerdy, TNW’s fortnightly dive into bicycle-based tech, where we go into too much detail and geek out on all things related to pedal-powered gadgets. Despite everything that’s going on in the world at the moment, I have been very lucky. Here in the Netherlands, we’re still allowed to go cycling, so long...
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Over 2000 new phishing domains have been set up over the past month to capitalize on the surging demand for Zoom from home workers, according to new data from BrandShield. The brand protection company analyzed data from its threat hunting system since the start of the year, and found 3300 new domains had been registered...
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Microsoft has been forced to alert several dozen hospitals in a “first of its kind notification” that their gateway and VPN appliances are vulnerable to ransomware groups actively scanning for exposed endpoints. The tech giant claimed that attackers behind the REvil (Sodinokibi) variant, for one, are probing the internet for vulnerable systems, with VPNs in...
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Indian telecom service providers offer the lowest data rates in the world. India is also the most populous country, with 1.3 billion people. More than half its population comprise youth below the age of 25 years. And smartphones are the primary source of Internet access for most Indians. With the availability of affordable data packs...
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Businesses have been urged to tighten their data protection technologies, policies and procedures after a UK Supreme Court ruling yesterday left the door open for employers to be sued by their staff for insider breaches. The case involved supermarket chain Morrisons, which suffered such a breach in 2014 when former internal auditor Andrew Skelton published...
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The controversial Israeli technology company NSO Group is attempting to woo Western governments with software it says can analyse the spread of COVID-19 using mobile phone data. NSO Group is currently being sued by Facebook for allegedly hacking WhatsApp, an accusation which the company denies. It also denies developing spyware tools which critics say it...
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Written for Daily Hive by Mo Amir, host and producer of the podcast This is VANCOLOUR, based in Vancouver.  “We’re pack animals. We’re not meant to sit at home, cowering in a corner, with the reflection of our phone on us,” says writer and media personality Casey-Jo Loos. As Vancouver — like every other city in the...
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Computer hackers have attacked Italy’s social security website, forcing it to shut down on Wednesday just as people were starting to apply for coronavirus benefits, the head of the welfare agency said. Pasquale Tridico said his INPS agency had received some 339,000 applications for the 600 euro ($655) so far, but that hackers had compromised...
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