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Cryptocurrency Scammers Uses Youtube For Promotion
Tech

Singaporean Unlawful Mining Indicted in the United States

A citizen of Singapore was arrested in the United States for a large-scale mining operation using robbed identity and credit card data. The 14-count indictment notes that between October 2017…

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Data security Tech

Want to Surf Anonymously? Try these 15 Android VPN Apps Free

If you’re one of those who do a lot of things online using a mobile device, you should be concerned about Internet security. The virtual private network (VPN) is a…

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The Top 10 Computer Forensics Tools For Analyzing A Breach
Web Security

How to Explore Autonomous Systems in Business Network and the Way Hackers use it

The’ net’ in’ internet’ is a network. It’s also technically an internet network— a computer network. Are you still confused? We refer to these independent computer networks as autonomous systems…

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eCh0raix Ransomware Targeting QNAP Devices
Ransomware Tech

Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) highlights ransomware and RDP access as the current focus

The Institute for Critical Infrastructure Technology (ICIT) points out, in a paper warning of the evolution of what it calls’ disruptionware’ ransomware and the access to RDP as the current…

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What Is Advanced Threat Protection
Threats

What Is Advanced Threat Protection?

Advanced Threat Protection, or ATP, is a type of security solution specifically designed to defend a network or system from sophisticated hacking or malware attacks that target sensitive data. ATP…

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What is the COBIT and why you need to know about it
Latest Security News

What is the COBIT and why you need to know about it

Business processes today are largely dictated by the technology around them. Cloud computing, big data, and social media are just a few technologies that shape and affect a business as…

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Detecting and Defending Against Phishing Attacks
Phishing Attacks

Detecting and Defending Against Phishing Attacks

One of the most persistent security challenges is phishing. This is true for both organizations and individuals. Whether gaining access to credit card information, security passwords, or any other sensitive…

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Zero-Day Security Flaw Since Windows 98, Exposed By Google
Latest Security News

Zero-Day Security Flaw Since Windows 98, Exposed By Google

A two-decades old security flaw in Windows and Office involving the Text Services Framework module named MSCTF has been publicly disclosed by Google’s Project Zero team. Initially, it was first…

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Data Center Vulnerabilities Can Be Mitigated By Knowledgeable Operators
Vulnerability

Data Center Vulnerabilities Can Be Mitigated By Knowledgeable Operators

We have repeatedly reported here in hackercombat.com about stories regarding email triggering malware intruding into the internal network and eventually leaking a considerable amount of personal information from data centers…

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Cisco To Pay $8.6 Million As Settlement For 5-Year Bug In Their Product
Vulnerability

Cisco To Pay $8.6 Million As Settlement For 5-Year Bug In Their Product

The network technology company, Cisco is set to pay a settlement agreement worth $8.6 million for an alleged violation of the U.S. False Claims Act (FCA). The case was brought-up…

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