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Details emerging on Sony Hack Attack

Dec
01

We've got a bevy of links to consider in the wake of the recent attack against Sony Pictures.

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Four Ways To Protect Yourself While Christmas Shopping

Nov
30

The Christmas shopping season is upon us, and that means that we need to be careful to practice Active Self Protection while out among the crowds at the stores. You’ve got to protect yourself while Christmas shopping, because no one else will! So how do you enjoy the holidays, cover your ASP, and not get burned out?

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Sony Pictures computer system down after reported hack

Nov
28

Sony Pictures Entertainment said its computer system was down for a second day on Tuesday, following media reports of a major hacking attack aimed at the film and television studio.

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At least 150,000 Hikvision DVRs vulnerable to remote wipe of surveillance footage

Nov
26
It would truly be a bummer to invest in a security system that can be remotely neutralized.  Ugh.

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Symantec Discovers 'Regin', One Of The Most Powerful Computer Viruses Ever Built

Nov
26
Symantec said Monday it uncovered a piece of malware propagating around the world that's used for spying on Internet service and telecommunications companies. The virus, which has been dubbed "Regin," is of unknown origin, but researchers at the security company say the malware's construction is sophisticated enough that it may have come from hackers backed by a nation-state.
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Balancing Risk and Performance: Managing Firewalls Shouldn't Push Risks to the Extreme

Nov
26

Some people make a living taking extreme risks. Big mountain skiers, red rock mountain bikers, free climbers, wing-suit flyers…the list goes on and on. The skill levels and creativity of today’s extreme athletes are truly remarkable. Margins of error are miniscule, and consequences can be dire.

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Complex Android malware believed to have infected up to 4.5M smartphones in the U.S.

Nov
21

As many as 4.5 million American Android smartphone users may have been fooled into somehow downloading a complex malicious program on their devices since January 2013, 

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Here’s why the iPhone ‘Masque Attack’ security flaw is so scary

Nov
21

“We tested several apps and found that some of the popular iOS apps do not employ data encryption for their databases,” writes Trend Micro’s Brooks Hong. “In our analysis, we simply used file browsers to access these files.

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Human rights organizations launch free tool to detect surveillance software

Nov
21

Called Detekt, it scans a person's computer for traces of surveillance software, or spyware.

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