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US Cybersecurity Firm Founder Admits Funding DDoS Attacks

An American businessman who co-founded a cybersecurity company has admitted to hiring criminals to carry out cyber-attacks against others. Click here to view original webpage at www.infosecurity-magazine.com

Vendor News

Visa on why cybersecurity should be top priority for e-commerce

A world-leading payments provider on why the cybersecurity bar must be raised in online retail. Now more than ever, bad actors and cybercriminals are targetting shoppers online through cyberattacks, data

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Worst passwords of 2019: Are you using one of them?

SplashData released their “Worst passwords of 2019” list, which includes the top 25 most dangerous and most commonly leaked passwords. In an interesting turn of events, password has for the first time

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Cyber Security Today – Be careful buying connected gifts for others, hackers arrested, and two more data breaches

Be careful buying connected gifts for others, hackers arrested, and two more data breaches. Welcome to Cyber Security Today. It’s Monday December 2nd. I’m Howard Solomon, contributing reporter on cybersecurity

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Cybercriminals targeting e-commerce website vulnerabilities this holiday season

Expect unprecedented levels of online data theft this holiday season due to a lack of deployed client-side security measures. Click here to view original webpage at www.helpnetsecurity.com


Trusted certificates make phishing websites appear valid

There has been a rampant growth of look-alike domains, which are often used to steal sensitive data from online shoppers. Venafi analyzed suspicious domains targeting 20 major retailers in the

Cloud Hardware/Network

Goodbye bloat: How and why the WAN is shifting to the cloud

The cloud-based model is taking over seemingly everything these days. Everything from firewalls to deter hackers to malware that helps them is offered in the “as a Service” model (no

Vendor News

The FBI multi-factor authentication notification that should have never been

While reviewing the recent Private Industry Notification from the FBI about using social engineering and technical attacks to circumvent multi-factor authentication, I was floored at how each of these account takeover


5 Cyber Safety Rules Everyone Needs to Follow

Cybercriminals are not only focusing on enterprises and SMBs but also targeting individual end-users like you. Open Firefox Monitor, enter your email ID and see if it was the part of


Global internet freedom declines for the ninth consecutive year

Governments around the world are increasingly using social media to manipulate elections and monitor their citizens, tilting the technology toward digital authoritarianism. As a result of these trends, global internet