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The Capital One Data Breach and What Can You Do to Protect Yourself

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In one of the biggest data breaches, a hacker by the name Paige Thompson gained access to more than 140,000 Social Security numbers, 1 million Canadian Social Insurance numbers and 80,000 bank account numbers, in addition to an undisclosed number of people's names, addresses, credit scores, credit limits, balances, and other information. 

2018 Security Concerns to Look Out For

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2017 was a tough year for cyber security companies and professional as phishing attacks, ransomware and state-sponsored attacks took front stage. So what should we expect for 2018?

SecurityOrb.com’s Top 3 Security Hacks of 2017

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In recent years security breaches have been a big topic as it…

American vigilante hacker sends Russia a warning

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An American vigilante hacker -- who calls himself "The Jester" -- has defaced the website of the Russian Ministry of Foreign Affairs in retaliation for attacks on American targets

Cyberattack 101: Why Hackers Are Going After Universities

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Cyberattack 101: Why Hackers Are Going After Universities

Hillary Clinton: China hacks ‘everything that doesn’t move’ in the US

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An informative article by Lee Munson at nakedsecurity.com titled…

How the Sony hack was traced back to North Korea

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How the Sony hack was traced back to North Korea

“Rootpipe” Vulnerability

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A new critical vulnerability titled “Rootpipe” affecting the Apple Mac OS X operating system has been discovered courtesy of Swedish security researcher and consultant Emil Kvarnhammar (@emilkvarnhammar).

EC-Council Update: 2/25/14 07:00

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DNS Propagation is still in process around the world however major DNS providers have updated to the new data. With respect to our release yesterday, our Internal Response team has been closely monitoring our third party vendors.

Guantanamo Wi-Fi shuttered after Anonymous hacking threat

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A posting from CNet News in there Security and Privacy section: After…