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The first episode looked into the decentralized group of international activist hackers known as “Anonymous” which has been linked to numerous high-profile incidents over the years, including Internet attacks on governments, major corporations, financial institutions and religious groups.
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Identity theft protection firm LifeLock may have actually exposed customers to additional attacks from ID thieves and phishers
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OWASP Mutillidae II is a free, open source, deliberately vulnerable web-application providing a target for web-security enthusiast.
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System/Network Login Banners Login banners provide a definitive…
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Mile2® is proud to announce our newly updated Certified Penetration Testing Engineer Certification! New topics include the Internet of Things (IoT), as well as the most up to date penetration testing methodologies.
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Title: Cyber Security Location: Patuxent River, MD 20670 Duration;…
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A login banner is a statement made by the system owner that asserts their rights and informs the users of the system what expectation of privacy they should have. Login banners are a critical aspect of IT system security as they allow IT systems administrators and IT Security staff to monitor the system for intrusion and abuse.
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The Federal Trade Commission has released an alert on tech support scams. Scammers use pop-up messages, websites, emails, and phone calls to entice users to pay for fraudulent tech support services to repair problems that don’t exist.
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This is a basic introduction to Ubuntu firewall using the terminal commands. This tutorial requires you have administrative access to your Ubuntu system. If you installed Ubuntu the first account created by default has administrative access via sudo. You will need to type sudo for each command illustrated below.
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Macy’s and Bloomingdale’s (both owned by parent company Macy’s, Inc.) recently sent letters to some of their online customers confirming the retailer had discovered a cybersecurity threat to its systems on June 11, 2018.