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1 day ago Radio Shack is selling out personal data

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Bad enough that hackers are penetrating companies and selling personal information. Now, it?s Radio Shack that?s getting in on the ?fun?!!! Apparently,as part of the bankruptcy sale, they are planning to auction off their customer database. As s...

1 day ago Noose around Internet's TLS system tightens with 2 new decryption attacks

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Exploits pluck passwords and other sensitive data out of encrypted data streams.

1 day ago Court recording biz with clients EVERYWHERE has forums breached

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Transcripts untouched thanks to forum and user password mismatch

Australian court transcription company "For The Record" - which bills itself as "The No.1 digital evidence recording platform in the world" and says its products are "used in courtrooms throughout North America, Europe and Asia" - has had its forum hacked.

1 day ago Password-protect Your Outlook Mailbox and Recover a Forgotten Password

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Losing the Outlook Password can crate a troublesome situation, as Microsoft doesn't offer any method to reset your Outlook Password. In such scenario, users should opt for method undermentioned to reset outlook password.

1 day ago Organizational Toxins

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The purpose of every organization is for all the parts to work together harmoniously.  Given that organizations are composed of people, this is easy to say, but hard to do.

 

It's interesting to watch the normal ebb and flow of human interactions throughout the office.  Some days the engineering team is a total hero.  Other days, they are the complete goat.  It

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10 hours ago Dimensions Of Flash And Storing The World

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Storage has enormous value as the amount of information being stored increases. This is driving the need for various types of storage technologies as well as new storage systems software in order to manage the need to work with all this content. We expect more interesting things in the future - in fact we recently heard that a Seagate executive was talking about bringing back 5.25" HDDs to meet the storage needs of big data centers!

24 minutes ago Flak for Slack chaps in yak app hack flap: User database WHACKED

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Enable two-factor auth, says biz chat startup

Workplace chat app Slack, popular among West Coast startup hipsters and others, has been hacked, its makers said on Friday.

1 day ago "‹BlackBerry turns Q4 profit, but revenue continues to crater

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BlackBerry's turnaround remains a work in progress, but the company has more than enough capital to see it through. The company does need to stabilize revenue.

1 day ago Yet Another Computer Side Channel

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Researchers have managed to get two computers to communicate using heat and thermal sensors. It's not really viable communication -- the bit rate is eight per hour over fifteen inches -- but it's neat.

19 hours ago Cybersecurity Bills: Latest Developments

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Info-Sharing Bill Advances; Breach Notice Measure UnveiledThe House Intelligence Committee has approved cyberthreat information sharing legislation that its leaders developed. Meanwhile, a national data breach notification bill has been introduced that's modeled on language proposed by the White House.

18 hours ago Do this now: Secure your home Wi-Fi network with just one click

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Recent reports have shown that Wi-Fi routers are frequent targets for hackers who try to reroute some of the Internet traffic from the homes of unsuspecting users to fake websites that masquerade as genuine trusted sites. From there, they send the users more ads than they'd usually see while online, potentially steal their personal information, and perform other malicious tasks. To help users discover whether their home routers have been taken over by skilled attackers, F-Secure has come up with a simple online tool called Router Checker that lets anyone secure their home network with just one click. DON'T MISS: Android fans confess what they envy most about iOS The software analyzes the security of your Wi-Fi router and tells you whether any

18 hours ago British court dismisses Google appeal

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A British court has dismissed Google's appeal to prevent consumers from being able to sue the company over its alleged tracking of Safari users.

17 hours ago Hotel Router Vulnerability A Reminder Of Untrusted WiFi Risks

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A flaw in a popular router product may have exposed millions of hotel guests, says Cylance

17 hours ago NJ School District Recovers From Ransomware Attack (March 25, 2015)

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A New Jersey school district's network was held hostage by ransomware.......

1 day ago U.S. Offers $3 Million Reward for Alleged Russian Cybercriminals

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The U.S. Department of State announced on Thursday that it's offering a total reward of $3 million for information leading to the arrest or conviction of two Russian nationals suspected of being involved in cybercriminal activities.

1 day ago Protect your Mac with Sesame 2 multi-factor authentication

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Jesus Vigo reviews the multi-factor authentication protection offered by Sesame 2 for modern Mac desktops or laptops.

22 hours ago Using Sysmon to Enrich Security Onion's Host-Level Capabilities

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In 2003, Gartner declared Intrusion Detection Systems as a

19 hours ago Slack Says It Was Hacked, Enables Two-Factor Authentication

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On Friday Slack announced on its corporate blog that it was hacked over the course of four days in February.

The post Slack Says It Was Hacked, Enables Two-Factor Authentication appeared first on WIRED.

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3 hours ago Flaw in common hotel router threatens guests' devices

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Keep this in mind the next time you use the ?free? WiFi in a hotel! Flaw in common hotel router threatens guests? devices

3 hours ago The things end users do that drive security teams crazy

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Unfortunately, these are real life situations. Note that one or more were high level executives. The things end users do that drive security teams crazy