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Old Password Hacks Continue To Affect Millions

Similarly, to the LinkedIn hack, millions of login credentials from other social media websites were also stolen and advertised for sale online. In particular, MySpace, a company that once dominated the social network, suffered one of the largest data breaches reported in history. While many people do not login into MySpace page anymore, every old […]

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Presidential Campaigns Face Threats From Hackers

During the 2008 presidential election, both Sens. Barack Obama and John McCain computer networks were attacked by Chinese hackers. Four years later, Mitt Romney and Obama were again faced with similar threats during their campaign. Since then, each year political campaigns are threatened by cybersecurity issues – from hacktivism to fraud – politicians have yet to resolve […]

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YahooMail Accounts Banned From Congress

The United States Congress has become the primary target for ransomware attacks. The House IT department released this information in an email that stated “the House Information Security Office has seen an increase of attacks on the House Network using a third-party, web-based mail applications such as Yahoo Mail, Gmail, etc. The department also issued […]

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US Government Alerts About Security Bug “SAP”

Holding 39% of the world marker client-server ERP systems, SAP continues to provide businesses with enterprise software for managing operations and customer relations. Despite the company’s success, the software corporation was breached six years ago by cyberhackers. The initial attacks were intended to exploit a vulnerability and gain access the old SAP systems. As a […]

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Original LinkedIn Hackers Have Returned

Just before LinkedIN reached it’s ten year anniversary, the business- oriented social network was hacked by Russian cybercriminals. On June 5th 2012, nearly 6.5 million LinkedIN account passwords were stolen from a weak security system and outdated form of cryptography. Experts discovered that LinkedIn had been using commonly cryptographic algorithm called SHA-1 to protect user […]

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