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What’s the Most Secure Web Browser?

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

What’s the Most Secure Web Browser?With over 10 popular web browsers out there, how are you supposed to know which will protect you and offer you with the services you need? Well, the good news is you don’t. There’s a lot to consider when looking for a good browser, and BullGuard is here to help you find the right one.

 

 

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Rewards for Hackers

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Rewards for HackersWe may have found a good purpose for Hackers. Before you go into shock, read on…

 

The company called Wickr, (for those of you that aren’t familiar with it, it’s a secure messaging app), has reached out to hackers and offered them a reward for doing what they do on a daily basis.

 

That’s right, hackers are being offered $100,000 to uncover and, here’s the important part, ‘responsibly disclose’ any and all critical security flaws in the company’s app.

 

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Point-of-sale (PoS) Hacks – the very best hacks?

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Point-of-sale (PoS) Hacks – the very best hacks?Just before Christmas last year the mother of all hacks took place in the US. Target, a retailer which sells everything from kid’s swings and outdoor flooring to curling irons and razor sharp HD smart TVs had its point of sales (PoS) systems hacked.

 

Information from up to 40 million customer’s credit and debit cards was lifted by hackers. Within days, this information started appearing on underground web sites which specialize in this type of information. Some of the credit card details were going for about $20 each.  So worried were the banks that some of them even dived into the deep web and bought up the credit/debit card information to protect their reputation and their customer’s bank accounts.

 

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Bluetooth-enabled Skimming Devices

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Bluetooth-enabled Skimming DevicesIf you haven’t heard of Bluetooth-enabled skimming devices before, you definitely need to read this article. These devices are being used to steal card information. A recent scam resulted in cyber criminals making off with more than $2 million.

 

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Department of Homeland Security - data breach

Posted by kdunlaevy@gmail.com

Data breachIn January 2014, Homeland Security has been breached by hackers, ironically. A web portal for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security containing private and financial documents for more than 110 organizations was hacked. Apparently the companies affected had bid on a Science and Technology contract for a division within Homeland Security.  The source is currently undetermined.

 

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