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FBI Seizes 15 DDoS-For-Hire Websites

By Andy Curtis-December 25, 2018 -No Comments

The FBI has seized the domains of 15 high-profile distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) websites after a coordinated effort by law

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WordPress 5.0 Patched to Fix Serious Bugs

By Andy Curtis-December 21, 2018 -No Comments

One bug accidentally allowed Google to index user passwords. WordPress 5.0 users are being urged to update their CMS

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Australia’s controversial anti-encryption bill passes into law

By Andy Curtis-December 12, 2018 -No Comments

The Australian government has passed the controversial and mind-bogglingly complex Access and Assistance Bill 2018 into law. The opposition Labor party shelved its plans

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Majority of Cybercrime Damage is Caused by a Few, Powerful Criminal Threat Groups

By Andy Curtis-December 3, 2018 -No Comments

A small subset of professional criminal actors is responsible for the bulk of cybercrime-related damage, employing tools and techniques

Bad Guys Are Now Taking Over Email Inboxes Without Phishing Attacks

By Andy Curtis-November 27, 2018 -No Comments

I found a great article in SecurityWeek by Alastair Paterson, the CEO of Digital Shadows. Could not have said

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L0rdix becomes a powerful multi-purpose attack tool for Windows hacking

By Andy Curtis-November 27, 2018 -No Comments

A new hacking tool, called L0rdix, has been deemed the latest “universal offering” for attackers targeting Microsoft Windows PCs. The

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A Reminder! Phishing Emails

By Andy Curtis-November 23, 2018 -No Comments

Just a reminder to everyone to be constantly vigilant of fake emails which are trying to obtain your personal

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Fake Black Friday and Cyber Monday Apps Spreading Online

By Andy Curtis-November 19, 2018 -No Comments

Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which come right after Thanksgiving Day, are two of the most popular days for

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Cisco Accidentally Released Dirty Cow Exploit Code in Software

By Andy Curtis-November 9, 2018 -No Comments

Cisco revealed that it had “inadvertently” shipped an in-house exploit code that was used in test scripts as part

Staying Safe Online – Three Rules

By Andy Curtis-November 8, 2018 -No Comments

Just about everyone in the security industry has written a set of “rules for online safety” – so I