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Healthcare Data Breach
New detailed information has surfaced about a data rupture primarily involving the Healthcare.gov web portal. The information rupture that was first given an account of October 19 influenced to upwards of 75,000 shoppers.   As a result, starting the week of November 5, the Marketplace was phoning those impacted. Following the call, a letter detailing...
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Data Breach
Nordstorm’s lead store in Seattle endured a break that uncovered a portion of its representatives’ delicate data. Despite the fact that the organization has not uncovered the quantity of representatives influenced by the break, Nordstorm has started informing its workers as a part of a breach warning protocol.   Nordstorm uncovered that it found the...
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Routers Botnet
A recently found botnet has taken control of an eye-popping 100,000 home and little office switches produced by a range of well-known industry manufacturers, for the most part by misusing a basic weakpoint that has stayed unaddressed on tainted gadgets over five years after it became exposed.   Scientists, who detailed the mass contamination before...
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China Telecoms Traffic
Oracle’s Internet Intelligence division has affirmed today the discoveries of a scholastic paper distributed two weeks prior that blamed China for “seizing the crucial web spine of western nations.”   The examination paper was created by scientists from the US Naval War College and Tel Aviv University and it made many waves online after it...
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Data of Moscow’s Elite Leaked in Telecom Incident
Thousands of wealthy Moscow residents who subscribed to a regional internet provider have had personal data including names, home addresses and mobile numbers posted online. People affected by the high-profile data leak are all clients of Moscow-based internet provider Akado Telecom, a large telecommunications network owned by billionaire businessman Viktor Vekselberg, which said it had...
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Cisco Network Products
Cisco is currently looking into its product line to determine which products and services use Linux kernel 3.9 or above, which is vulnerable to the FragmentSmack denial-of-service (DoS) bug.  The networking hardware manufacturer already assembled a list of more than 80 products that are affected by the vulnerability. Many of them expect a fix by...
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Hotel Guest Fined for Hacking Hotel Wifi
A security engineer from Chinese multinational company Tencent hacked into the WiFi system of a hotel in Singapore and received a fine for publicly disclosing administrator login passwords. Zheng Dutao participated in the capture-the-flag competition during the Hack InThe Box security conference in Singapore at the end of August and decided to test the WiFi...
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The Uncertain Future of Gaming Technologies
People spend 2.5 billion minutes a day playing League of Legends.” That was part of the keynote speech from Jane McGonigal, Director of game research and development for the Institute for the Future at the 2018 Security Congress. To put that in perspective, that’s the equivalent of having a company of more than 20 million...
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Microsoft Windows Patch That Broke PCs
If your organization’s Windows 7 PCs failed to install Microsoft’s two most recent monthly rollup updates or the September security-only update, it’s because the affected systems were missing a servicing stack update (SSU) that Microsoft released in October 2016. Microsoft is preparing to rerelease a two-year old update for Windows 7 that’s necessary to avoid...
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Even Food Delivery Companies Get Hacked
Food delivery startup DoorDash has received dozens of complaints from customers who say their accounts have been hacked. DoorDash is now a $4 billion company after raising $250 million last month, and serves more than 1,000 cities across the U.S. and Canada. Dozens of people have tweeted at @DoorDash with complaints that their accounts had...
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