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| |Poor Protocol Design For IoT Devices Fueling DDoS Poor Protocol Design For IoT Devices Fueling DDoS
| |Novaestrat Exec Arrested After Ecuadorian Data Leak Novaestrat Exec Arrested After Ecuadorian Data Leak
| |Saudi Arabia Says Iran Missiles, Drones Attacked Oil Sites Saudi Arabia alleged Wednesday that Iranian cruise missiles and drones attacked the heart of the kingdoms oil industry, showing journalists the remains of the weapons while stopping short of directly accusing Iran of launching the assault....
| |New Poll Finds Harris’ Support Has Plunged 13 Points In Iowa In July, Harris was tied with Elizabeth Warren and Joe Biden for first place in the state.
| |2020 Vision Wednesday: Trump Raised $15 Million In California In One Day. That Should Worry Democrats. When President Trump arrived in California Tuesday, Democrats saw his arrival as a platform for protest, but theres another reason his visit should concern them.
| |Analytics Exec Nicked As Ecuador Tries To Rush Through Privacy Laws After Massive Data Leak Government gave them the deets, so not a hacking charge The head of Novaestrat, the data analytics company at the centre of the huge leak revealed on Monday involving personal information about more than 20 million Ecuadorian citizens,...
| |300 More Chinese Arrested In Philippines Crackdown Philippines immigration agents, backed by troops, have arrested more than 300 Chinese for alleged cyber crimes, a week after a similar number were detained during a raid linked to investment fraud.
The Bureau of Immigration late Tuesday...
| |Emotet Returns, Spreads Via Hijacked Email Conversations Following a 4-month vacation, Emotet’s operators are back at it, borrowing a recently introduced spear-phishing technique to deliver their malware: hijacking legitimate email conversations.
| |Crypto-mining Malware Saw New Life Over The Summer As Monero Value Tripled 18th Sep 2019 [27 hours ago] from ZDNet Crypto-mining malware returns to take the crown as todays most prevalent malware threat.
| |Orico USB 3.1 NVMe SSD Enclosure Review: Fast, Easy, And Affordable 18th Sep 2019 [27 hours ago] from PCWorld Oricos M.2 NVMe USB 3.1 enclosure is fast, easy to assemble, and if you like your inner technology visible--quite handsome. Its also half the price of the Fledging Shell Ill be comparing it to. Sounds great. Is it?Design and specs
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