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| |A "DFUR-ent" Perspective On Threat Modeling And Application
Log Forensic Analysis Many organizations operating in e-commerce, hospitality, healthcare,managed services, and other service industries rely on webapplications. And buried within the application logs may be thepotential discovery of fraudulent use and/or compromise!...
| |Portland Passes the strictest Facial Recognition Technology Ban in The US yet Oregon’s largest city aims to be a trailblazer when it comes to facial recognition legislation .
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| |Who Is Calling? CDRThief Targets Linux VoIP Softswitches ESET researchers have discovered and analyzed malware that targets Voice over IP (VoIP) softswitches.
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| |UK University Suffers Cyberattack, Ransomware Gang Claims Responsibility The cyber incident has taken most of Newcastle University’s systems offline and officials estimates it will take weeks to recover.
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| |Microsoft Patch Tuesday, Sept. 2020 Edition Microsoft today released updates to remedy nearly 130 security vulnerabilities in its Windows operating system and supported software. None of the flaws are known to be currently under active exploitation, but 23 of them could be exploited...
| |Lead‑offering Business Booming As Usual! …but there are no conferences or exhibitions???
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| |TikTok Family Pairing: Curate Your Children’s Content And More With TikTok being all the rage especially with teens, we look at a feature that gives parents greater control over how their children interact with the app
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| |Microsoft Debuts Deepfake Detection Tool As the US presidential election nears, the company’s new tech should also help assure people that an image or video is authentic
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| |Houseparty – Should I Stay Or Should I Go Now? What’s the benefit of deleting your Houseparty – or any other unused – account, rather than just uninstalling the app?
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| |The Joys Of Owning An ‘OG’ Email Account When you own a short email address at a popular email provider, you are bound to get gobs of spam, and more than a few alerts about random people trying to seize control over the account. If your account name is short and desirable enough,...
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