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| |Hackers Turn To Data Theft And Resale On The Dark Web For Higher Payouts Selling personal information and compromised accounts of popular Instragram users has become more lucrative than ransomware and cryptojacking campaigns.
| |Rushing To Patch? Heres How To Prioritize Your Security Efforts When addressing security vulnerabilities, enterprises should focus on those with publicly available exploit code, according to a Kenna Security report.
| |Bug Bounty Programs: Everything You Thought You Knew Is Wrong One common criticism of bug bounty programs is that very few hackers actually make money. Not only is this untrue, but it misses the point.
| |5 Blockchain Trends To Expect In 2019 Blockchain may finally be ready to move from hype to reality, with continued IoT integrations and tokenization, according to KPMG.
| |Microsoft Launches Azure DevOps Bug Bounty Program, $20,000 Rewards On Offer The Redmond giant is keenly interested in remote code execution and privilege escalation flaws.
| |4 Strategies For Your IT Wearables Policy Without a formal plan or policy, wearables may introduce your company to a security breach.
| |Over 87GB Of Email Addresses And Passwords Exposed In Collection 1 Dump An 87GB dump of email addresses and passwords containing almost 773 million unique addresses and just under 22 million unique passwords has been found.
| |How To Connect To VNC Using SSH If your network doesnt allow connections into the default VNC port 5901, you can tunnel it through SSH.
| |4 Ways To Prepare For GDPR And Similar Privacy Regulations Data privacy is no longer a nice-to-have security commodity, but a must-have commodity.
| |Malware Can Now Evade Cloud Security Tools, As Cybercriminals Target Public Cloud Users Refined malware payloads from Chinese threat actor Rocke Group are sidestepping security tools to install cryptocurrency miners on cloud systems.
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