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UNM4SK3D: CIA, Dallas, and NASA

UNM4SK3D: CIA, Dallas, and NASA

#wikileaks (but wait, there’s more). At this point, the leaks have become a flood. And speculation is drowning us. This week, Symantec Security researchers have confirmed that the alleged CIA hacking tools exposed by WikiLeaks have been used against at least 40 governments and private organizations across 16

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UNM4SK3D: CIA, Dark Web, and China

UNM4SK3D: CIA, Dark Web, and China

#wikileaks (they just keep coming). You know that feeling you get when your favorite artist continues dropping singles but doesn’t release an album? The same can be felt for Wikileaks, but instead of anticipation, their releases cause anxiety. The latest series of documents from the Vault7 project was released

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UNM4SK3D: FCC, WhatsApp, and GiftGhost

UNM4SK3D: FCC, WhatsApp, and GiftGhost

#privacyrules Ladies and gentlemen, start your VPNs. As of March 28th, the House of Representatives and the Senate agreed to repeal the FCC’s recent privacy rules. And while those rules still need President Trump’s likely signature, many are rushing to Google ‘Private network how-tos,’ with VPN subscriptions

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UNM4SK3D: CIA, Apple, and TSA

UNM4SK3D: CIA, Apple, and TSA

#wikileaks (again). Dark Matter may sound like a new sci-fi movie, but it’s actually the latest of the WikiLeaks Vault 7 classified documents shared with the public.These new documents, which build off of this month’s previous leak, describe specifically how the CIA monitors Apple devices.  Developed by

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UNM4SK3D: Yahoo, IBM, and Twitter

UNM4SK3D: Yahoo, IBM, and Twitter

  #indictments In the ongoing saga over Yahoo’s security breaches, one of which affected over 500 million users, a grand jury has indicted four defendants on charges of computer hacking, economic espionage and other criminal offenses in connection with a conspiracy.  But that’s not even the most

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UNM4SK3D: CIA, Headphones, and Consumer Reports

UNM4SK3D: CIA, Headphones, and Consumer Reports

#wikileaks True or false? That’s the question being asked by millions of Americans after Wikileaks released a series of 8,761 documents titled ‘Vault 7,’ which detail the CIA’s cyber spying techniques and capabilities. Big news. Some people are questioning the validity, others are questioning their personal privacy. 

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UNM4SK3D: AWS, Cloudbleed, and CloudPets

UNM4SK3D: AWS, Cloudbleed, and CloudPets

#outage The annoyance when your Internet won’t load is quite possibly the most irritating feeling of the 21st century. So when the Amazon S3 outage occurred on Tuesday, February 28th for almost 5 hours, both consumers and businesses alike were in quite a mood. S3, or Simple

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UNM4SK3D: Google, Netflix, and Bill Gates

UNM4SK3D: Google, Netflix, and Bill Gates

#SHA-1 Maybe you’ve heard of it, and maybe you haven’t. But Google just impressed the world again by producing the first successful SHA-1 collision attack ever. And that means it’s officially time for services to migrate to safer cryptographic hashes.  Let’s back up. SHA-1, Secure Hash Algorithm 1,

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UNM4SK3D: IoT, Yahoo!, and Microsoft

UNM4SK3D: IoT, Yahoo!, and Microsoft

#DNS Someone was really craving fish. That’s the only logical explanation for why an unnamed university’s vending machines and other IoT devices were making seafood-related DNS requests every 15 minutes. This case, which comes from Verizon’s recently released Data Breach Digest is just one of 16 cautionary

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UNM4SK3D: Dark Net, Vizio, and Homeland Security

UNM4SK3D: Dark Net, Vizio, and Homeland Security

#hacked “Hello, Freedom Hosting II, you’ve been hacked.” That’s the message visitors to any of the 10,000 affected websites that were a part of a Dark Web hack received recently. So, it seems Anonymous isn’t afraid to pwn their peers. Talk about a very, very tangled web.

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