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2 days ago 2gether hacked: €1.2m in cryptocurrency stolen, native tokens offered in exchange

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Almost a third of funds stored in cryptocurrency investment accounts have been taken.

2 days ago BlackBerry launches free tool for reverse engineering to fight cybersecurity attacks

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One of the first announcements at BlackHat USA 2020 is an open-source tool to fight malware that BlackBerry first used internally and is now making available to everyone.

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1 day ago Ahead of US election, Google bans ads linking to hacked political content

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New Google Ads policy to enter into effect on September 1, 2020.

1 day ago How the FBI Identified Twitter Hackers

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Bitcoin Transactions Led FBI to Twitter Hackers

1 day ago Insights on Revamping Recovery Strategies

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Experts at Dell Technologies and Unisys Discuss Current Threats and Best Security PracticesIn a joint video interview, David Finley at Dell Technologies and Andrew Peters at Unisys offer insights on enterprise strategies for disaster recovery and cyber recovery in light of emerging threats.

1 day ago How to make your PC passwordless in the Windows 10 May 2020 Update

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You don't need an account password to sign into Windows 10 version 2004.

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4 minutes ago How WastedLocker Evades Anti-Ransomware Tools

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Sophos Says Malware Designed to Avoid Security MeasuresWastedLocker, a ransomware strain that reportedly shut down Garmin's operations for several days in July, is designed to avoid security tools within infected devices, according to a technical analysis from Sophos.

1 hour ago Twitter patches Android app to prevent exploitation of bug that can grant access to DMs

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Actual bug resided in the Android 8 and Android 9 operating systems. Twitter updated its Android app to prevent exploitation.

1 hour ago Black Hat: How your pacemaker could become an insider threat to national security

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Implanted medical devices are an overlooked security challenge that is only going to increase over time.

1 hour ago FBI Warns of Serious Risks Posed by Using Windows 7

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Bureau Says Attackers Can Use Vulnerable RDP Connections to Access NetworksThe FBI is warning organizations that are still using Microsoft Windows 7 they are in danger of attackers exploiting vulnerabilities in the unsupported operating system to gain network access. The agency points to an uptick in such attack attempts.

1 hour ago Researcher Details Sophisticated macOS Attack via Office Document Macros

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A researcher found a way to deliver malware to macOS systems using a Microsoft Office document containing macro code. The victim simply has to open the document and no alerts are displayed.

1 hour ago Education's Digital Future and the End of Snow Days

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Healthcare may be the first industry that springs to mind for many people when thinking about sectors that have had to suddenly, dramatically adjust due to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

2 hours ago New EtherOops attack takes advantage of faulty Ethernet cables

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EtherOops attack can be used to bypass network defenses and attack devices inside closed enterprise networks.

3 hours ago NSA: Beware of Devices Collecting Location Data

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Warning Intended Primarily for National Security, Defense UsersThe NSA has issued an alert warning those working in the national security and defense sectors to mitigate the risks posed by mobile and internet of things devices, along with apps, that collect location data.

3 hours ago Colorado City Pays $45,000 Ransom After Cyber-Attack

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Lafayette, Colorado, officials announced Tuesday the city's computer systems were hacked and they were forced to pay a ransom to regain access.

6 hours ago COVID-19 highlights need for business and security leaders to work together to prevent cyberattacks

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New Tenable study says 94% of organizations experienced a business-impacting cyberattack or compromise within the past 12 months; 46% weathered five or more attacks.