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| |Party-switching Congressman Who Pledged Loyalty To Trump Sparks Heated N.J. Primary Congressman Jeff Van Drew outraged New Jersey Democrats and delighted Donald Trump last year when he switched parties and pledged his undying support to the Republican president. Former Vice President Joe Biden is the presumptive Democratic...
| |A White Florida Man Who Was Filmed Yelling At A Black Homeowner While Waving A BB Gun Also Faked Being A Navy SEAL For Years, Report Says Joseph Fucheck had claimed he was a Navy SEAL in his tirade in North Miami-Dade, Florida. He was arrested for the incident last month.
| |Purple Fox Exploit Kit Targets Vulnerabilities Linked To DarkHotel Group The developers of the Purple Fox exploit kit (EK) have added two new exploits to their arsenal, including one for a vulnerability addressed in February this year.
| |Company Web Names Hijacked Via Outdated Cloud DNS Records Why hack into a server when you can just send vistors to a fake alternative instead?
| |Free Microsoft Service Looks At OS Memory Snapshots To Find Malware Microsoft on Monday unveiled Project Freta, a free service that allows users to find rootkits and other sophisticated malware in operating system memory snapshots.
| |Researchers Learn How To Pinpoint Malicious Drone Operators 7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet With high accuracy, it is now possible to trace drone operators that could be ill-wishers near protected airspace.
| |Is It OK To Use Your Browser’s Built-in Password Manager? 7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet Every major browser on every platform includes built-in password management features. Is it safe to use these tools? More importantly, is it smart?
| |Microsofts Project Freta: This New Free Service Spots Rootkits Lurking In Cloud VMs 7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet The new Microsoft Research project hopes to automate virtual-machine forensics in the cloud.
| |Phishing Attacks: This Sophisticated New Group Has Been Operating Undiscovered For At Least A Year 7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet BEC phishing attacks have long been associated with West Africa, but researchers have identified a highly successful campaign working out of Russia - by a group more associated with trojan malware.
| |Is This Androids Most Obscure But Most Useful Feature? 7th Jul 2020 [2 days ago] from ZDNet Would you like to spend less time unlocking your Android smartphone? Android has you covered.
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