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Fraud Prevention
identity-theft prevention
Tech Companies have ardently denied Bloomberg’s declaration that China’s Super Micro gave them hardware loaded with spy chips, but that isn’t stopping all sorts of accusations from pouring in.   Bloomberg claims has obtained documents from security researcher Yossi Appleboum that reportedly show evidence of an unnamed major US telecom finding “modified hardware” from Super...
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Domain Factory hacker
One of the largest hosting companies in Germany, DomainFactory, has been penetrated by hackers. The hosting company, which is owned by GoDaddy since 2016, reported that the data breach happened around late April 2019, but the company found out about the incident just last week, May 23rd, after the alleged Hacker began sharing bits of...
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Huawei devices
The US Government’s fraud management efforts appear to have made the world go hysterical as it had ordered Alphabet’s Google to revoke the license of Android and Google proprietary apps from Huawei. In a sudden turn of events the Department of Commerce has given Huawei a temporary general license to maintain its current products.The general...
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Cipher Stunting
Threat Summary There has never come a time when TLS signature become focal point of target by malicous actors. Since cipher stunting is fairly new in the threat landscape, and now prevailing as a new vector to be exploited. This approach is found to be the latest evasive technique and more predominately used that reached...
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Magento PayPal
Hacker groups and online fraudsters are mishandling a component of Magento online shops to test the validity of stolen debit and credit card numbers. The transactions are executed against Magento stores that support the PayPal Payflow Pro integration. The PayPal Payflow Pro integration is a payment option available on Magento shops that enables an online...
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Spyware and Malware protection
Falling victim to online fraud Numerous online opportunists rely on deception in order to fulfill their crimes. Those committing online fraud scams are getting considerably more innovative in imitating legitimate businesses to get your information. Phishing emails trying to persuade you to give personal information are the most common. Different impersonators attempt to motivate you...
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fraud
The seriously threatening part about data intrusion and getting hacked is the period from when the breach was done, and the actual time it takes for the end user or the company to find out that they’ve been attacked. You begin to think that from that certain phase, those cyber criminals may have already acquired...
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Trusted SSL/TLS Certificates: The New Tool for Domain Spoofers
The holiday season is fast approaching – this is just the perfect opportunity for cybercriminals to scam shoppers out of their hard-earned money. According to Experian data, online shopping fraud attacks rose 30 percent in 2017 from 2016. Online shoppers can be totally duped in a number of unsuspecting ways – Phishing emails may be...
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Cold Boot Attacks - A Chilling Reality
A couple of cybersecurity researchers have developed a method that can bypass mitigations for concentrated attacks on laptops. A physical attacker can compromise a laptop that’s in sleep mode, potentially acquiring sensitive information such as passwords, encryption keys and other personal data. The complications are immeasurable – the attack will work on any make and...
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How much do you trust the online sites you give your personal information to? Do you have the same level of trust and confidence when you provide the same information when you open a bank account? Where and how do you place your trust? Trust can be varying depending on each individual’s experience. Some doubt...
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