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UNM4SK3D: Executive Order, Take-Two, and Facebook

UNM4SK3D: Executive Order, Take-Two, and Facebook

#cyberpolicy You’ve heard of the 12 days of Christmas, now post- holiday we’re looking at 60 days of cyber. An Executive Order draft reveals the White House will be calling for swift review of “national security systems” within 60 days of the order being signed. During this

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UNM4SK3D: Dropbox, Russia, and Google Play

UNM4SK3D: Dropbox, Russia, and Google Play

#filesharing Recently, Dropbox earned itself a new nickname, ‘Dropbug,’ also synonymous with ‘restore files.’ The crowd-favorite file sharing company implemented a bug fix which had corrupted the metadata of their files. This resulted in the files being “quarantined” rather than deleted.  So while you may have thought your

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UNM4SK3D: Anonymous, Apple and the Army

UNM4SK3D: Anonymous, Apple and the Army

  #threats Today, January 20, 2016 the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, will be sworn into office. While many opinions surround the recent election and overall political landscape, none have been more threatening than those from the collective group Anonymous.  Prior to the election,

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UNM4SK3D: Ukraine, Altaba, and St. Jude

  #hacked (again). Someone’s flexing their cyber muscles. It appears as though the recent attack on a Ukrainian transmission facility points to a person or group using the country as a trial for refining attacks on critical infrastructure that could be used across the world. Because practice

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UNM4SK3D: Bitcoin, Financial Services, and Smart Meters

  #digitalcurrency While playing the Stock Market may not be for you, you may want to reconsider when it comes to digital currency. The worth of Bicoin is on the rise, with it’s value surpassing $1,000 for the first time since November 2013. “Who wants to be

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UNM4SK3D: PHPMailer, OpenStack, and Amazon

  #criticalvulnerabilities If there was a book of critical vulnerabilities across the Internet, it’d be longer than the Bible. The latest discovered in PHPMailer by Polish researcher David Golunski, is one that affects multiple popular, open-source web applications. Probably one of the biggest vulnerabilities to be recognized in

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UNM4SK3D: Ads, Email, and Inflight Entertainment

  #methbot Slow clap for fraud-prevention firm White Ops who discovered the biggest digital ad fraud ever, lovingly dubbed ‘Methbot.’  This may sound like a bad dream, or just another episode of Breaking Bad, but Methbot, a ‘robo-browser that spoofs all the necessary interactions needed to initiate,

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UNM4SK3D: Europol, the FCC, and China

  #cybercriminals Small victory dance from around the world- an international operation uncovered teens connected to DDoS cyber attacks.  Who says Generation Z is lazy?! Of the 101 watch-listed and 34 arrested suspects, the majority were under the age of 20. The teens are a part of

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9 Ways to Cheat on Behalf of Your Brain

I have a confession to make. I always want people to think I’m smart and trendy. People who are both smart and trendy, typically know what’s going on in the news, their industry, what’s new with pop culture, anddddd they’re well read. But the truth is, I

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UNM4SK3D: IBM, DailyMotion, and Android

  #deeplearning Fortune 500 Companies have a new secret weapon against cyber crime: IBM’s Watson for Cyber Security.  This overachieving supercomputer uses machine learning and language processing to sift through vast amounts of data, both structured and unstructured. As Watson distinguishes patterns, it is able to apply

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