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Reddit links UK-US trade talk leak to Russian influence campaign

Reddit links UK-US trade talk leak to Russian influence campaign Reddit has linked account activity involving the leak and amplification of sensitive UK-US trade talks on its platform during the ongoing UK election campaign to a suspected Russian political influence operation. Or, to put it more plainly, the social network suspects that […]

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Alleged Russian Hacker Behind $100 Million Evil Corp Indicted

Alleged Russian Hacker Behind 0 Million Evil Corp Indicted The US is charging Maksim Yakubets over two of the biggest cybertheft campaigns of the last decade, and offers a record reward for information on the case. Source: www.wired.com Alleged Russian Hacker Behind 0 Million Evil Corp Indicted

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Justice Dept. charges Russian hacker behind the Dridex malware

Justice Dept. charges Russian hacker behind the Dridex malware U.S. prosecutors have brought computer hacking and fraud charges against a Russian citizen, Maksim Yakubets, who is accused of developing and distributing Dridex, a notorious banking malware used to allegedly steal more than $100 million from hundreds of banks over a multi-year operation. […]

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Most of the largest US voting districts are vulnerable to email spoofing

Most of the largest US voting districts are vulnerable to email spoofing Only 5% of the largest voting counties in the U.S. are protected against email impersonation and phishing attacks, seen as a key attack method by hackers who officials say want to disrupt the upcoming presidential election. The findings come less […]

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The RCS Texting Protocol Is Way Too Easy to Hack

The RCS Texting Protocol Is Way Too Easy to Hack Rich Communication Services promises to be the new standard for texting. Thanks to sloppy implementation, it’s also a security mess. Source: www.wired.com The RCS Texting Protocol Is Way Too Easy to Hack

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A Sprint contractor left thousands of US cell phone bills on the internet by mistake

A Sprint contractor left thousands of US cell phone bills on the internet by mistake A contractor working for cell giant Sprint stored on an unprotected cloud server hundreds of thousands of cell phone bills of AT&T, Verizon and T-Mobile subscribers. The storage bucket had more than 261,300 documents, the vast majority […]

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GitGuardian raises $12M to help developers write more secure code and ‘fix’GitHub leaks

GitGuardian raises M to help developers write more secure code and ‘fix’GitHub leaks Data breaches that could cause millions of dollars in potential damages have been the bane of the life of many a company. What’s required is a great deal of real-time monitoring. The problem is that this world has become […]

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Hackers Find Ways Around a Years-Old Microsoft Outlook Fix

Hackers Find Ways Around a Years-Old Microsoft Outlook Fix Microsoft patched a vulnerability in Microsoft Outlook in 2017. It hasn’t slowed hackers down.  Source: www.wired.com Hackers Find Ways Around a Years-Old Microsoft Outlook Fix

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Blockchain Developer Gets Busted After Talk in North Korea

Blockchain Developer Gets Busted After Talk in North Korea Hacker and Ethereum developer Virgil Griffith was recently arrested by US authorities for speaking at a conference on blockchain technologies. Source: www.wired.com Blockchain Developer Gets Busted After Talk in North Korea

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DHS wants to expand airport face recognition scans to include US citizens

DHS wants to expand airport face recognition scans to include US citizens Homeland Security wants to expand facial recognition checks for travelers arriving and departing the U.S. to also include citizens, which had previously been exempt from the mandatory checks. In a filing, the department has proposed that all travelers, and not […]

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