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Category / Cybersecurity

Humble Bundle is offering a ‘pay what you want’ deal on cybersecurity software and it’s for a good cause

With the sheer amount of hackers and scammers out there on the internet just waiting to gobble up your precious information, you might consider getting web software that will help you better navigate your browsing experience on your desktop and mobile devices. The good people at Humble Bundle are offering new users like you a...CONTINUE READING
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New malware is being disguised as Fortnite for Android

Don’t download the game Fortnite: Battle Royale, Android users. The year’s most popular video game (which made almost $300 million last month) is currently available on all major gaming platforms except for Android. So of course, malware developers have noticed and are taking advantage of the vacuum by creating fraudulent Fortnite apps for Android devices....CONTINUE READING
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Facebook holds eye-tracking technology patents, but denies using them…for now

Facebook holds at least two patents to track user eye movements, but denies that it’s currently developing the technology. “Like many companies, we apply for a wide variety of patents to protect our intellectual property. Right now we’re not building technology to identify people with eye-tracking cameras,” Facebook wrote in a 229-page response to a...CONTINUE READING
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Not everyone is so hot about this free USB fan handed to journalists at Trump-Kim summit

While the world’s eyes watch Donald Trump and Kim Jong-Un meet in Singapore, journalists have seemingly been treated rather well while covering the event.  But caution has been advised over one tiny freebie. Not only have the 3,000 journalists been well-fed during the summit, they’ve also received a goody bag. Inside the bag there’s a...CONTINUE READING
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It’s official, net neutrality is dead. Here’s what that means

Net neutrality laws — or the set of regulations that required internet providers to treat all websites equally — were officially repealed today.   The rules were originally enacted by the FCC under the Obama administration in 2015, but in December, the FCC voted to repeal the measures. That vote officially goes into effect today. So...CONTINUE READING
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Attend a cybersecurity bootcamp online for less than $40

When the average person thinks of hacking, they might picture a trenchcoat-wearing citizen in The Matrix, furiously pounding away at a keyboard in a darkened room, in attempt to “infiltrate the mainframe,” only pausing to spout snarky one-liners into a headset mic and triumphantly exclaim, “I’m in!” when the job is done.  SEE ALSO: 6...CONTINUE READING
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White House says its federal agencies can’t keep track of their own data

Most federal agencies have no way of effectively detecting when data is stolen, found a new, 22-page report published by the White House Office of Management and Budget last week.  But cybersecurity experts aren’t exactly surprised by the dismal findings. The Federal Cybersecurity Risk Determination Report and Action Plan is an Executive Order-mandated annual assessment...CONTINUE READING
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6 VPNs that can help you break through China’s ‘Great Firewall’

The Great Wall of China was originally built to keep barbarians out, and now the Great Firewall of China strives to do the same kind of thing in our digital era. Allowing the Chinese government to block access to foreign websites and slow down cross-border internet traffic, the Great Firewall is the largest system of...CONTINUE READING
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Think your Mac doesn’t need antivirus software? Actually, it does.

There’s a common misconception that Macs don’t need antivirus software. Unfortunately, that’s far from accurate these days.  Macs are generally more secure than PCs, thanks to a more secure operating system where certain aspects of its software are more locked down and harder to infiltrate by rogue software. Also, fewer people own Macs meaning fewer...CONTINUE READING
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Ticketfly hacker threatens to release more stolen data

As far as blackmail goes, it was a relatively small request.  The hacker who claims to have gained access to a host of data from Ticketfly, prompting the Eventbrite-owned ticketing company to pull its site offline sometime late last night, told Mashable that he was only after a single bitcoin.  SEE ALSO: Remotely hacking ships...CONTINUE READING
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