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Website of Rapper Cardi B Littered with Spam

Website of Rapper Cardi B Littered with Spam

Website of Rapper Cardi B Littered with Spam: The American rapper who is known as Cardi B has been tweeting lots of apologies of late, but it’s time for her website development team to recognize some of their own mistakes in the list of news report that spammers targeted her …

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A DDoS Knocked Spain’s Central Bank Offline

A DDoS Knocked Spain’s Central Bank Offline

A DDoS Knocked Spain’s Central Bank Offline: A distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack that started on Sunday 26 August, and expended into today, the Spain’s central bank was knocked offline. While Banco de Espana who struggled to fight against the attack, business operations were not disrupted, according to Reuters. “We suffered a …

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Risks and Reward of Google’s Improving Security

Risks and Reward of Google’s Improving Security

Risks and Reward of Google’s Improving Security: Nation-state threats continue to pose risks to national security. In efforts to mitigate those attack, Google continues to improve the security tools to better detect and respond to state-sponsored threats, with regards to protect the political campaigns and local, state and national elections. …

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Iranian Threat Group Targets Universities

Iranian Threat Group Targets Universities

Iranian Threat Group Targets Universities: On the heels of Iran driving a disinformation campaign on Facebook, researchers have discovered a spoofed university login page which appears to be the part of a larger credentials theft campaign believed to be the work of COBALT DICKENS, a threat group associate with the …

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99% of Texas Voter Records Exposed

99% of Texas Voter Records Exposed

99% of Texas Voter Records Exposed: The Election security was again called into questions after the millions of Texas voter records that were left exposed. A file which was discovered by Flash Gordon, a New Zealand-based data breach hunter, which was left on an unsecured server without even a password, …

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Trump Takes Offensive Cybersecurity Step Forward

Trump Takes Offensive Cybersecurity Step Forward

The Obama Presidential Policy Directive 20 (PPD-20) that outlined the interagency communications required for the US to deploy cyber-weapons was reversed by President Trump, according to the report from Wall Street Journal Wednesday 15 August. The Infosecurity Magazine has contacted with the White House for comment, but Trump administration reportedly …

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UK Researchers Warn of Serious WordPress PHP Flaw

UK Researchers Warn of Serious WordPress PHP Flaw

UK Researchers Warn of Serious WordPress PHP Flaw: A British researcher has published details of a serious wordpress flaw left unfixed for over a year which could easily allow attackers for complete system compromise. Sam Thomas, head of research at Secarma, presented the paper – it’s a PHP Unverialization Vulnerability Jim, …

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