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FCC Commissioner Blasts Her Own Agency for Withholding Evidence of Fraud

Source: GizmodoFCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel on Friday accused her agency of withholding evidence of fraud, further intensifying the ongoing battle over the future of net neutrality. “To put it...

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Google revela los métodos preferidos por los ‘hackers’ para entrar en tu cuenta de Gmail

Fuente: El PaisLa huella digital de los usuarios de Internet abarca redes sociales, registros financieros e información de carácter sensible, como fotografías, en servicios de almacenamiento en la...

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Schneier on Equifax

Source: Security Now!Okay.  So last week our often-quoted guru and security expert and crypto person whose books I have behind me on my shelf, Bruce Schneier, was asked to testify before the House...

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Source: Threat Post A botnet, which is adding new bots every day, has already infected one million businesses during the past month and could easily eclipse the size and devastation caused by...

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A New IoT Botnet Storm is Coming

Source: CheckpointNew cyber-storm clouds are gathering. Check Point Researchers have discovered a brand new Botnet, dubbed ‘IoTroop’, evolving and recruiting IoT devices at a far greater pace and with...

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Citing Russian Ties, Homeland Security Boots Kaspersky Software From Government Agencies

Source: Gizmodo American government agencies are now banned from using software created by the Russian cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab and will have to begin removing Kaspersky products from their...

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Facebook slapped with $1.43 million fine for violating users' privacy in Spain

Source: Hacker NewsFacebook is once again in trouble regarding its users' privacy.The social media giant has recently been heavily fined once again for a series of privacy violations in...

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Reports of Russia's Election Hack Keep Getting Scarier

Souce: GizmodoA New York Times investigation offered some unnerving news on Friday. Not only was the hacking of electoral systems during last year’s election “more extensive than previously...

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