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FBI and NSA team up to fight deep web child exploitation

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

FBI and NSA team up to fight deep web child exploitation

 

As important as it is, the announcement that Google and Microsoft are trying to stop searches for child pornography overshadows a perhaps more important endeavour in which UK and US law enforcement are going to go hunting on the deep web for predators. This is a welcome move and one that emphasises the need for Facebook protection for children.

 

 

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Category: Internet Security, Security News, Social Media Comments

The cybercriminals Pot of Gold- your Personal Information is just 2 clicks away

Posted by sabina.datcu@bullguard.com

Personal information

This is the Internet era, no doubt about it: general public meets infinite variety of information via countless virtual channels. World Wide Web pages, e-mail, online shopping, and virtual chat rooms bring Internet users together (and help set them apart) in technology-mediated interactions and communication.

 

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Category: Security News, Social Media Comments

“Sensitive information”- How much personal information we share freely?

Posted by sabina.datcu@bullguard.com

Personal information sharing

The concept of ‘sensitive information’ has a lot of different definitions, most of them being parts of the laws and regulations of different countries. To sum these definitions up, information is considered to be sensitive if the loss of its confidentiality or availability has severely undesirable effects on organizations or individuals.

 

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Category: Security News Comments

FBI arrested Ross Ulbricht, the alleged criminal and founder of Silk Road

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

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Last week the FBI arrested the founder of the notorious Silk Road web site that traded in illegal drugs. It was a coup for law enforcement but one that will be short lived.  Other sites will just step in and take its place.

 

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Category: Security News Comments

Security vendors websites compromised by hackers

Posted by stevebell28@rocketmail.com

Anonimous (1)

 

Hijacking hackers re-route traffic for antivirus software and Internet security websites to a pro-Palestinian political website that belts out a particularly fervent rendition of the Palestinian national anthem.

 

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Category: Security News Comments

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