Jun 27, 2015
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Middle East Hackers

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yemencyberarmy

When it comes to sophisticated international hacking, the US, Russia and China take the prize right? Not so fast. There’s a hacking group in the Middle East that’s causing concern everywhere. A group called the Yemen Cyber Army hacked a Saudi Arabian news website called Al Hayet. Not only did they infiltrate, they threatened Saudi […]

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Jun 17, 2015
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Many Samsung Phones At Risk

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samsungthreat

Samsung, one of the biggest phone makers today and of all-time, is facing a problem. In fact, Samsung faces 600 million problems. Let me explain. There is a default keyboard threat facing as many as 600 million Samsung phones. The pre-installed SwiftKey keyboard looked for language updates while over unencrypted territory and in plain text. […]

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Jun 12, 2015
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Breach Worse Than Thought

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oopm

Remember the Office of Personal Management breach in Washington DC last week? This breach seems to be the dubious gift that keeps on giving. According to a federal employee union called American Federation of Government Employment, last week’s hack attack was worse than originally reported. These hackers, allegedly from China, got into SF-86 forms. What’s […]

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Jun 5, 2015
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US Hacked by China…Again?

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usandchinahack

US law officials suspect Chinese hackers compromised four million people by breaking into their business computers. If such suspicions turn out to be true, then this would be one of the biggest government breaches of all-time. The FBI believes the victims are employees of the Office of Personnel Management. They’re responsible for the federal government’s […]

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Jun 1, 2015
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Patriot Act Surveillance Expires

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endofpatriotact

Sometimes ‘I told you so’ doesn’t do justice. A couple of weeks ago, I blogged about the June 1 expiration of surveillance aspects of the Patriot Act of 2001. That prediction has come true. Because Washington couldn’t come up with a reform agreement, these surveillance powers expired at midnight Eastern Standard Time June 1, 2015. […]

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