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| |PHA Family Highlights: Bread (and Friends) Posted by Alec Guertin and Vadim Kotov, Android Security Privacy Team In this edition of our PHA Family Highlights series we introduce Bread, a large-scale billing fraud family. We first started tracking Bread (also known as Joker) in...
| |Scallion – GPU Based Onion Hash Generator 9th Jan 2020 [14 days ago] from DarkNet Scallion is a GPU-driven Onion Hash Generator written in C#, it lets you create vanity GPG keys and .onion addresses (for Tor’s hidden services) using OpenCL.Scallion runs on Mono (tested in Arch Linux) and .NET 3.5+ (tested on Windows...
| |How To Access Your 2FA Docker Hub Account From The Command Line With 2FA enabled on your Docker Hub account, youll find you cannot access it with your user password from within the CLI. Jack Wallen shows you how to make this work.
| |Operationalizing Threat Intelligence At Scale In The SOC Open source platforms such as the Malware Information Sharing Platform are well positioned to drive a community-based approach to intelligence sharing.
| |Developers Weigh In On Why Rust Is So Hot Commentary: Rust keeps getting hotter. Here are a few of the top reasons.
| |CES 2020: How McAfees Just In Time Debugger Stops Cybercriminals How the Advanced Threat Research Team can stop hackers from stealing personal data from a wearable device.
| |Apple Exec Explains Privacy Protections, While Facebook Leader Looks For Loopholes At CES 2020, Facebook privacy officer says new California law doesnt apply because the company doesnt sell data, only ads.
| |The Art Of Cloud War For Business-Critical Data How business executives best intentions may be negatively affecting security and risk mitigation strategies - and exposing weaknesses in organizational defenses.
| |How To Set Up Facial Recognition To Sign Into Windows 10 You can sign into Windows 10 via your face, as long as your computer has a supported camera.
| |New Standards Set To Reshape Future Of Email Security Emerging specs and protocols expected to make the simple act of opening an email a less risky proposition
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