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Top 5 business sectors targeted by ransomware

Any business is subject to ransomware attacks, but some are more hit more than others. Tom Merritt lists five business sectors that are targeted by ransomware. You may have heard me mention ransomware before. You know, the malware that locks up your systems and asks you to pay money in [...]

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Living on a prayer? Netgear not quite halfway there with patches for 28 out of 79 vulnerable router models

Netgear has now patched 28 out of 79 vulnerable router models, six months after infosec researchers first noticed security problems potentially allowing an attacker to remotely execute code as root. The latest hotfixes come after two models were fixed earlier in June. The vulnerability in question could, for example, allow ...

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Best antivirus for Windows 10

Nothing is more valuable in today’s economy than data. The good news is that every person reading this has data that’s valuable, but the bad news is that hackers are among the most cunning of all law-breakers and the methods they’re devising steal that valuable data are becoming more sophisticated by the week. ...

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Remember when we warned in February Apple will crack down on long-life HTTPS certs? It’s happening: Chrome, Firefox ready to join in, too

From September 1, Apple software, from Safari to macOS to iOS, will reject new HTTPS and other SSL/TLS certificates that are valid for more than 398 days, plus or minus some caveats. If that sounds familiar, it’s because we told you so in February before the iGiant even formally announced ...

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Why everyone should care about disinformation campaigns

Fortalice CEO and former White House CIO Theresa Payton explains why disinformation is such a potent threat. More about cybersecurity Dan Patterson, senior producer for CNET and CBS News, spoke with Theresa Payton, cybersecurity expert, CEO of Fortalice Solutions, and author of “Manipulated: Inside the Cyberwar to Hijack Elections and ...

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2020 sees rise in invoice and payment fraud BEC attacks

Abnormal Security found a 75% increase in this type of campaign in the first three months of the year and a spike of 200% from April to May. Image: GrafVishenka, Getty Images/iStockPhotos The Business Email Compromise (BEC) is a more focused and potentially more profitable type of phishing scam favored ...

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ID theft: Fake Google alerts are now delivering malware

E-mails telling you that your data has been compromised are now sometimes fake. Be careful what you click on. More about cybersecurity TechRepublic’s Karen Roby spoke with Eva Velasquez, CEO of the Identity Theft Resource Center about new malware threats that look like breach alerts. The following is an edited ...