Cyber Security

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Federal agency issues Notices of Violation to Datablocks and Sunlight Media for allegedly facilitating the installation of malware through online advertising On July 11, 2018, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) imposed sanctions against the installation of malicious software through online advertising for the first time in its history. This decision was taken under the provisions
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A study assessed whether or not the most popular English-language websites help users strengthen their security by providing them with guidance on creating safer passwords during account sign-up or password-change processes Some of the Internet’s biggest names largely fall short of nudging users towards safer choices when they create or change their passwords, a study
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Patches have already been released or are expected to see the light of day soon Researchers have discovered a flaw in some Bluetooth implementations that could allow an attacker to intercept or tamper with data exchanged between two vulnerable devices. The cryptographic bug, tracked as CVE-2018-5383, has been identified by scientists at the Israel Institute
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It might seem legit but there are several reasons why you should not always hit the panic button when someone claims to have your email password In the official trailer to a 1965 horror-thriller film, a series of land-line telephone handsets (remember them?) are shown ringing, and the voice-over says in an increasingly urgent voice,
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This is bad news for many websites that have yet to embrace encrypted connections Google has rolled out the much-anticipated version 68 of its Chrome browser that, most importantly, labels HTTP websites as “Not secure”. Available for Windows, Mac and Linux, Chrome’s latest iteration inserts a “not secure” indicator to the left of the URL
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The company credits hardware-based two-factor authentication with practically eliminating the problem of phishing attacks that have targeted its own employees of late Google has announced a hardware security key that is intended to keep users of its services safe from account-takeover attacks. Dubbed “Titan Security Key”, the piece of hardware includes firmware developed by Google