Attacks

Mimikatz: A Deeper Look At Blackhat And Whitehat Hackers’ Shared Tool

There is a thin line that separates black hat hackers (malicious hackers) and white hat hackers (ethical hackers), both possess skills that can harm networks, systems, and computers if they wish to do so. The good thing is ethical hackers helps lessen the chances that blackhat hackers become successful with their campaigns. They do this

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Twitter Vulnerability that Allows to Tweet on Other People’s Behalf

After various social network hack, particularly with regards to Facebook, many have started giving careful consideration to the security of the social media account. Along these lines, a British security analyst as of late, figured out a genuine flaw on Twitter. Richard De Vere is an ethical hacker and security researcher, who reported about, the Twitter

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Should You Really Panic About Your Password Being Hacked?

It’s doubtful you’ve ever heard of “the beast”—but it lives in the computer science department at the University of Nottingham in the U.K. and can crack 40 million computer passwords in just seconds. The short story is this—everyone’s computer passwords are just plain terrible, and we should all be changing them like right now. Long

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More On The Shocking New Scandals Of Russian Cyber Threat

Considering the close relationship between the U.S. and the U.K, especially when it comes to international relations and the sharing of intelligence, American fears regarding Russia’s meddled in their 2016 elections has likely tainted Britain’s view of Russia as well. It wasn’t just Americans who closely followed that electoral process—people around the world were biting

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Is The Latest Medical Hack The Last Straw In Attacks?

If you are worried about your bank account and credit score, you might want to think about something a whole lot worse—namely, the hackers out there who have started targeting medical devices as a method for bringing harm and even death to others. That’s right—it turns out the very same devices that can save your

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Are Medical Implants Putting Your Life In Danger?

It’s in the news every day—some shocking political or economic hack, like the one just announced by Marriott revealing the sensitive personal data of up to 500 million guests. It’s become part of our normal day to hear about lost profits, stunned CEOs, and scrambling IT departments. But lurking behind the scenes is a more

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Is That Really You? Phishing Hacks Reach New Heights

Way back in 1792, King Gustav III of Sweden was assassinated while attending a costume party—or “masquerade ball”—in Stockholm. How convenient for the murderer, who could wear any disguise and not be observed after the fact. While those days of anonymity are long gone, it is still possible for malicious hackers to masquerade behind false

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Why The Worst Data Breaches Of 2018 Might Look Like A Nightmare

The year 2018 has seen companies hit with sizable fines and settlements due to data breaches. For example, Uber’s poor handling of its 2016 breach cost the company close to $150 million. And weakly protected, heavily-regulated health data has cost medical facilities big money, resulting in increasingly large fines from the U.S. Department of Health

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GRC, The Powerful New Weapon In The War On Hacking

As more hacks, more attacks, more disruption, and more uncertainty take hold of the world, the emerging strategic weapon known as Governance, Risk Management, and Compliance (GRC) is becoming helpful for the good guys. Today, cybersecurity challenges are growing cloudier and more complex by the hour. Simple brute force attacks against individuals and small businesses

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