Security

[hypimg1]

Is Your Small Business at Risk For a Data Breach? Here`s What You Need To Know
Data breaches at large corporations make news, but hackers and thieves are increasingly focusing their work on small businesses.
Sue Poremba
Site Pro News
[hypimg2]

Microsoft extending GDPR protections to all global customers, here`s how
The tech giant now gives users the ability to transfer or delete all of the data it has collected through its programs, apps, and search engines.
Jonathan Greig
TechRepublic
[hypimg3]

Chinese Hackers Find Over a Dozen Vulnerabilities in BMW Cars
Chinese security researchers have discovered more than a dozen vulnerabilities in the onboard compute units of BMW cars, some of which can be exploited remotely to compromise a vehicle.
Mohit Kumar
The Hacker News
[hypimg4]

Russian Hackers Infect 500k Routers with Malware
Hackers, believed to be supported by the Russian government, have infected 500,000 wireless routers worldwide with malware, security experts claim.
Tom Fogden
Tech.Co
[hypimg5]

SQL Injection 101: Database & SQL Basics Every Hacker Needs to Know
The key to becoming a competent white hat is knowing how the technology that you are trying to exploit actually works.
DRD
Wonder How To
[hypimg6]

Email No Longer a Secure Method of Communication After Critical Flaw Discovered in PGP
If you use PGP or S/MIME for email encryption you should immediately disable it in your email client. Researchers have discovered a critical vulnerability they’re calling EFAIL...
Matt Novak
Gizmodo
[hypimg7]

Mozilla`s New Firefox Extension Will Try to Stop Facebook from Tracking You
But wouldn`t have stopped the Cambridge Analytica incident
Kayla Stetzel
Reason
[hypimg8]

Powerful DDoS Attack Sets New Record at 1.7 Tbps
The security community is scrambling to neutralize the DDoS attack method through internet filtering, and taking the vulnerable servers off the public internet.
Michael Kan
PC Mag
[hypimg9]

Microsoft Fixes Windows 10 Vulnerability But Doesn`t
A Google security engineer says Microsoft has failed to properly patch a security flaw affecting Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016 distributions.
Catalin Cimpanu
Bleeping Computer
[hypimg10]

The Fast Pace of Facial Recognition Innovation
Facial recognition technology has finally begun to enter the science fiction landscape we had all dreamt it would soon do.
Kyle Ellicott
ReadWrite
[hypimg11]

Do Not, I Repeat, Do Not Download Onavo, Facebook`s Vampiric VPN Service
Facebook is not a privacy company; it’s Big Brother on PCP...
Dell Cameron
Gizmodo
[hypimg12]

Windows users must do this one thing right now to deal with the dangerous Spectre chip flaw
With the Spectre and Meltdown chip flaws still casting a long shadow on the security of almost every modern computer out there, hardware and software vendors have been scrambling...
Francis Navarro
Komando
[hypimg13]

New Tool Automatically Finds and Hacks Vulnerable Internet-Connected Devices
Hacking just got fully automated for script kiddies.
Joseph Cox
Motherboard
[hypimg14]

Spectre and Meltdown flaws being exploited by more than 100 strains of malware
Researchers have gathered more than 130 samples of malware that try to exploit Meltdown and Spectre, although most appear to be proof-of-concept code.
Nick Heath
Tech Republic
[hypimg15]

Tick-tock: Time is running out to move from SHA-1 to SHA-2
Stop procrastinating and make the switch from SHA-1 to SHA-2. You may already be getting errors -- and in 2017 things will get a lot worse
Roger A. Grimes
CSO
[hypimg16]

How quantum computing could create unbreakable encryption and save the future of cybersecurity
Photon-based quantum encryption could help companies better defend against cyberthreats, and it`s one step closer to reality thanks to research from Duke University.
Brandon Vigliarolo
Tech Republic
[hypimg17]

How the Cloud Killed the Firewall
The firewall as we know it cannot keep up with today’s enterprise application needs. The traditional firewall is dead or at the very least dying.
Maria Korolov
Data Center Knowledge
[hypimg18]

What to Do When You`ve Been Hacked
Whether your personal data gets compromised in an Equifax-style breach or your email password is exposed, getting hacked can be a nightmare.
Neil J. Rubenking
PC Mag
[hypimg19]

10 ways to protect your Windows computers against ransomware
The risk of malware infection may be inevitable, but that doesn`t mean you can`t take steps to protext your windows computers from attack.
Jesus Vigo
TechRepublic
[hypimg20]

Hackers Have Successfully Hidden Malware In Popular PC Cleanup Tool
A computer program used to help your PC run faster has reportedly become the latest victim of hackers looking to breach the security of millions of its users.
Chris Melore
CBS Philadelphia