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MongoDB Issue, Still On Even After More Than Two Years
Latest Security News

MongoDB Issue, Still On Even After More Than Two Years

The Dec 2016 cyber extortion and espionage against MongoDB installation is still happening today in early 2019. Cyber espionage and extortion are lucrative businesses for cybercriminals. Extortion is a very…

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Phishing Attack In EyeSouth Breached 24000 Patient Records
Phishing Attacks

Phishing Attack In EyeSouth Breached 24000 Patient Records

Hackers see the healthcare industry as a lucrative target for hackers, why we say so is because we have seen this happening again and again. In 2017 we saw how…

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Security Breach Forces Reset of Australian Government Network
Latest Security News

Security Breach Forces Reset of Australian Government Network

A security breach has reportedly forced the Australian government to reset its computing network. News reports say that the federal government has confirmed a security incident impacting its network and…

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Gmail’s Dotted Email Address Variant Helps Pull Off Phishing Attacks
Phishing Attacks

Gmail’s Dotted Email Address Variant Helps Pull Off Phishing Attacks

The Gmail feature that ignores ‘.’ the dot in an email address (which makes an email address with a dot no different as the email address without a dot) is…

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LibreOffice & OpenOffice Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Biting Casual Users
Vulnerability

LibreOffice & OpenOffice Remote Code Execution Vulnerability Biting Casual Users

Microsoft Office for decades has been mocked for being a bloatware office suite and a favorite target of exploits and hacks for those who wants to take advantage. This is…

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Business Interruption Again Top Business Risk in Singapore
Latest Security News

Business Interruption Again Top Business Risk in Singapore

Business interruption once again becomes the top business risk in Singapore, according to a recent report. It is the eighth annual Allianz Risk Barometer published by Allianz Global Corporate &…

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Did Apple Really Ban Facebook and Google’s Apps
Latest Security News

Did Apple Really Ban Facebook and Google’s Apps? Why?

As reported in TechCrunch Google and Facebook have been violating Apple’s policies, using apps that tracked user behavior outside Apple’s App Store. Apple temporarily banned Facebook and Google from running…

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U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee’s Resolve In Anti-CyberCrime Efforts
Cyber Crime

U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee’s Resolve In Anti-CyberCrime Efforts

The U.S. Senate Intelligence Committee held a hearing about U.S. cyber threats and risks last January 29 where intelligence agencies provided information about the evolving targets of cyber attacks, more…

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Edmonton Phishing Scam
Phishing Attacks

Edmonton: Phishing Scam Costs EEDC $375,000

Edmonton Economic Development Corporation, an agency under Edmonton City, Canada reportedly became a victim of cyber swindling through clever phishing technique to the tune of $375,000. In their official press…

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UAE Allegedly Spies On Its Gulf Neighbors Using An iPhone-based Espionage Tool
Latest Security News

UAE Allegedly Spies on Neighbors Using iPhone Espionage Tool

Seems like Apple is not having a good week, fresh from the iPhone Facetime bug that allowed eavesdropping of calls, which forced them to shut down Facetime group chat servers,…

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