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The Register
Skype users were targeted by bad-ad pushing Angler crooksCybercrooks have been caught running booby-trapped ads on Skype to redirect use
Skype users were targeted by bad-ad pushing Angler crooks
The Register / Posted 6 hours ago
Cybercrooks have been caught running booby-trapped ads on Skype to redirect users towards an Angler exploit kit trap. The tactic, part of a broader malvertising campaign, shows that users can be exposed to malicious ads pushing ransomware and other... Read more
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International Business Times
Amazon launches free on-demand sommelier service in Japan Twitter is pushing new Facebook-style timeline algorithm wherein certain tweets
Amazon launches free on-demand sommelier service in Japan
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Twitter is pushing new Facebook-style timeline algorithm wherein certain tweets are displayed before others. Email holds the key to personal data. And with most accounts accessible on the Dark Web, are we safe? Twitter's new algorithmic timeline... Read more
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International Business Times
'Our privacy is on road to hell': Security expert fears Android's dashcam camera plans A computer security expert claims dashboard cameras produced by the creator of
'Our privacy is on road to hell': Security expert fears Android's dashcam camera plans
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
A computer security expert claims dashboard cameras produced by the creator of Android will put consumer privacy "on the road to hell". The dashcams, still in development, would be handed out for free, but require users to give the video and data... Read more
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The Hill
Report: Hackers use malware to manipulate Russian currency valueHackers used malware to infiltrate a regional Russian bank and manipulate the r
Report: Hackers use malware to manipulate Russian currency value
The Hill / Posted 4 days ago
Hackers used malware to infiltrate a regional Russian bank and manipulate the ruble-dollar exchange rate by more than 15 percent in minutes, according to a cybersecurity firm investigating the attack. ADVERTISEMENT Russian-language hackers used... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
iOS flaw lets hackers thwart lock screen passcode on iPhones and iPadsRESEARCHERS HAVE UNCOVERED an authentication bypass-sized hole in iPhones and i
iOS flaw lets hackers thwart lock screen passcode on iPhones and iPads
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 7 days ago
RESEARCHERS HAVE UNCOVERED an authentication bypass-sized hole in iPhones and iPads running iOS 8 and iOS 9. This threat is real people, there is a video of it and documentation available online. It's all pretty technical but the upshot is the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
BT outage intensifies questions over future of Openreach"Should one company as big as BT, with all of its resources, really have such a
BT outage intensifies questions over future of Openreach
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
"Should one company as big as BT, with all of its resources, really have such a critical single point of failure?" asked the security consultant Graham Cluley. "BT are experts in connectivity and give us the wires we need to talk and communicate... Read more
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Daily Mail
Would you pay? Dating site user blackmailed for $2k in creepy letterAre people still being blackmailed thanks to Ashley Madison email leak six mont
Would you pay? Dating site user blackmailed for $2k in creepy letter
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Are people still being blackmailed thanks to Ashley Madison email leak six months on? Anonymous American user is threatened with exposure unless he pays up $2k in creepy extortion letter The adultery dating site Ashley Madison was hacked in... Read more
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ServerWatch
Dell Acquisition Clouding VMware's Future ProspectsIn late November Dell was caught unwittingly selling PCs with massive security
Dell Acquisition Clouding VMware's Future Prospects
ServerWatch / Posted 30 days ago
In late November Dell was caught unwittingly selling PCs with massive security vulnerabilities in them, making it easy for bad guys to intercept and decrypt supposedly secure https traffic. That's very bad indeed, because it means hackers can read... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
CIA troubled by teen hackers, againTEENAGE HACKERS are making merry with the online world of CIA director of natio
CIA troubled by teen hackers, again
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 30 days ago
TEENAGE HACKERS are making merry with the online world of CIA director of national intelligence James Clapper. This is the second bout of attacks from the group of technology tearaways, according to Motherboard, which reports on the Clapper problem... Read more
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Computer Business Review
Interxion’s data breach put clients at riskThe company sent emails to its customers saying that it became aware of a breac
Interxion’s data breach put clients at risk
Computer Business Review / Posted a month ago
The company sent emails to its customers saying that it became aware of a breach in December, and hackers have accessed contact information stored in its CRM about corporate clients and prospects. The hackers have reportedly run a report that... Read more
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techcentral.ie
Interxion suffers data breachData centre provider notifies customers of incident The European data centre c
Interxion suffers data breach
techcentral.ie / Posted 1 months ago
Data centre provider notifies customers of incident The European data centre company Interxion has notified customers of a data breach. According to the website of security speaker and commentator Graham Cluley, the company notified customers of a... Read more

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