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Digital Trends 01/22/2019 07:00
When a hacker or a malicious actor sends a phishing email, their intent is to steal your login, password, or lure you into divulging personal or sensitive information.
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A month later, it said that Russian operatives tried to hack DNC emails again: In November 2018, dozens of DNC email addresses were targeted in a spear-phishing campaign, although there is no evidence that the attack was successful.
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After many panicked minutes and phone calls to 911 and to Nest, the couple learned they likely were the victims of a hacker.
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Cyber Defense Magazine 01/21/2019 15:21
ERP Maestro recently performed a survey of consumer behavior to learn more about identify theft and cybercrime in America in 2019.
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TechCrunch 01/21/2019 13:00
Enter “Shodan Safari,” a popular part-game, part-expression of catharsis, where hackers tweet and share their worst finds on Shodan, a search engine for exposed devices and databases popular with security researchers.
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The Loop 01/21/2019 09:27
The linked "Notes on Security in 2019" was pulled together by former Chief Security Officer at Box and current partner at Andreessen Horowitz Joel de la Garza. The whole read is interesting (and short), but this bit jumped out at me:. When the numbers are finally crunched for 2018 it’s likely that mis-configured cloud services will overtake phishing attacks as the number one source of breached personal records. There have been a number of large breaches in the last year resulting from cloud service configuration errors — and there aren’t indications that this trend is changing. I'm reminded of Willie Sutton being asked why he robs banks.
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PR Newswire 01/21/2019 08:35
Learning about their beliefs and behaviors on cybercrime can help organizations better protect their own data on the inside and educate their employees on practicing good cyber hygiene," said Paterson.
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Forbes 01/21/2019 06:36
Hackers are selling the massive Collection #1 leak of 770 million passwords alongside another four massive troves of information.
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CSO Magazine 01/21/2019 06:00
Phishing versus spear phishing While regular phishing campaigns go after large numbers of relatively low-yield targets, spear phishing aims at specific targets using specially emails crafted to their intended victim.
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Infosecurity 01/21/2019 05:33
In court documents filed at the weekend, the DNC said that the group known as Cozy Bear (aka APT29/The Dukes) posed as a State Department official in spear-phishing emails sent to dozens of its employees.
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Hacker News 01/21/2019 04:42
A Russian hacker indicted by a United States court for his involvement in online ad fraud schemes that defrauded multiple American companies out of tens of millions of dollars pleaded not guilty on Friday in a courtroom in ...
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Security Bloggers Network 01/21/2019 04:30
Worryingly, the report also explains that once hackers gain access to remote systems, they can move around the healthcare network, install ransomware, steal or encrypt data, or hijack computer resources.
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Help Net Security 01/21/2019 01:30
Internet security is lagging behind the sophistication of cybercriminals and is leading to an erosion of trust in the digital economy,” said Omar Abbosh, who leads Accenture’s Communications, Media & Technology operating group globally.
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