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SEC reveals hackers might have used stolen data for insider trading

[ad_1] The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has revealed that attackers might have used data they stole in a security breach for illicit insider trading.SEC officials first learned about the incident back in 2016. They discovered that attackers had exploited a software vulnerability in...

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More than three dozen schools call off classes after ‘cyber terrorist’ threat

[ad_1] More than three dozen public schools and other educational institutions canceled classes after receiving threats from a "cyber terrorist."Columbia Falls School District of Flathead County, Montana has received threats via text message from someone claiming to be The Dark Overlord, the same attacker that...

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Equifax was allegedly hacked months before the massive breach — by the same criminals

[ad_1] Jeez.Image: RHONA WISE/EPA-EFE/REX/SHUTTERSTOCKBy Jack Morse2017-09-18 23:57:21 UTC Equifax was hacked this past summer. You already know this. However, according to a new report, the company's computer systems were also allegedly broken into in March. And here's the kicker: The same crew might be responsible...

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New Bluetooth vulnerability can hack a phone in ten seconds

[ad_1] Security company Armis has found a collection of eight exploits, collectively called Blueborne, that can allow an attacker access to your phone without touching it. The attack can allow access to both computers and phones as well as IoT devices. “Armis believes many more vulnerabilities...

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Equifax screwed up yet again, and it’s scrambling to fix this latest mess

[ad_1] No surprise.Image: RHONA WISE/EPA-EFE/REX/SHUTTERSTOCKBy Jack Morse2017-09-11 22:03:30 UTC Equifax can't seem to get anything right. After exposing the personal information of potentially 143 million Americans to hackers, the credit reporting agency is under fire yet again for the way it attempted to secure the...

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