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Only a few 2020 US presidential candidates are using a basic email security feature

Only a few 2020 US presidential candidates are using a basic email security feature Just one-third of the 2020 U.S. presidential candidates are using an email security feature that could prevent a similar attack that hobbled the Democrats’ during the 2016 election. Out of the 21 presidential candidates in the race according […]

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TriNet sent remote workers an email that some thought was a phishing attack

TriNet sent remote workers an email that some thought was a phishing attack It was the one of the best phishing emails we’ve seen… that wasn’t. Phishing remains one of the most popular attack choices for scammers. Phishing emails are designed to impersonate companies or executives to trick users into turning over […]

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Web host Hostinger says data breach may affect 14 million customers

Web host Hostinger says data breach may affect 14 million customers Hostinger said it has reset user passwords as a “precautionary measure” after it detected unauthorized access to a database containing information on millions of its customers. The breach is said to have happened on Thursday. The company said in a blog […]

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Asus was warned of hacking risks months ago, thanks to leaky passwords

Asus was warned of hacking risks months ago, thanks to leaky passwords A security researcher warned Asus two months ago that employees were improperly publishing passwords in their GitHub repositories that could be used to access the company’s corporate network. One password, found in an employee repo on the code sharing, allowed […]

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Microsoft sues to take control of domains involved in Iran hacking campaign

Microsoft sues to take control of domains involved in Iran hacking campaign Microsoft has won a restraining order in a U.S. court in order to take control of domains used by an Iranian hacker group. The software and cloud giant applied to the court in order to take control of 99 websites […]

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California to close data breach notification loopholes under new law

California to close data breach notification loopholes under new law California, which has some of the strongest data breach notification laws in the U.S., thinks it can do even better. The golden state’s attorney general Xavier Becerra announced a new bill Thursday that aims to close loopholes in its existing data breach […]

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What happens when hackers steal your SIM? You learn to keep your crypto offline

What happens when hackers steal your SIM? You learn to keep your crypto offline A year ago I felt a panic that still reverberates in me today. Hackers swapped my T-Mobile SIM card without my approval and methodically shut down access to most of my accounts and began reaching out to my […]

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Russian hackers already targeted a Missouri senator up for reelection in 2018

Russian hackers already targeted a Missouri senator up for reelection in 2018 A Democratic senator seeking reelection this fall appears to be the first identifiable target of Russian hacking in the 2018 midterm race. In a new story on the Daily Beast, Andrew Desiderio and Kevin Poulsen reported that Democratic Missouri Senator […]

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Ransomware technique uses your real passwords to trick you

Ransomware technique uses your real passwords to trick you A few folks have reported a new ransomware technique that preys upon corporate inability to keep passwords safe. The notes – which are usually aimed at instilling fear – are simple: the hacker says “I know that your password is X. Give me […]

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Overflow error shuts down token trading

Overflow error shuts down token trading A recently discovered programming error can make some crypto tokens susceptible to hackers . The exploit allows a hacker to pass an unusually high value to the exchange and get a ridiculous number of tokens in exchange, a problem that has caused the Okex exchange shut […]

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