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“Don’t call me Backspace!” Delete yelled.

Buzz laughed up a storm, “Oh boy, looks like we got a second Nezzie on our hands!” he said, and somewhere somehow, Inez was screaming,  322 kata lagi

Website hacking on the rise - check out the new things hackers are doing

Google reports an increase in the number of hacked sites.  They estimate that there were roughly 32% more hacked sites in 2016 compared to 2015. “We don’t expect this trend to slow down,” Google said… 348 kata lagi

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Free tools to support cyber security efforts

More cyber security freebies than you knew existed.

There are more free information security tools out there than you can highlight with a fist full of whiteboard pointers. 55 kata lagi

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Apple iCloud ransom demands: The facts you need to know

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Hackers are demanding Apple pay a ransom in bitcoin or they’ll blow the lid off millions of iCloud account credentials.

Beyond the primary headline, however, there are a bevy of loose ends and nuances to ponder. 1.029 kata lagi

Hacker Reveal easy way to Hijack Privileged Windows User Session Without PW

In a recent PoC Exploit released via YouTube, Alexander Korznikov demonstrated a successful hijacking (using Task manager, service creation, as well as command line), along with Proof-of-Concept exploit. 296 kata lagi

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How to protect your Apple iCloud account from hackers

”Maybe the London-based hacker group — which goes by the name ‘Turkish Crime Family’ — doesn’t have access to 250-million Apple iCloud account names and passwords,” Steven J. 319 kata lagi

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How to protect your iCloud account, as some hacked credentials confirmed valid

”While the available evidence suggests that hackers have not gained direct access to more than 600 million iCloud accounts, some of the sample login credentials supplied by the group have been found to be valid,” Ben Lovejoy reports for 9to5Mac. 368 kata lagi

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