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2 days ago So, FCC, how about that massive DDoS? Hello? Hello...? You still there?

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Like trying to get blood out of a stone

Updated America's broadband watchdog, the FCC, has declined to spare any more details on the cyber-assault that supposedly downed its website shortly after it announced its intent to kill net neutrality.

1 day ago Symantec tricked into removing legit certificates by security researcher

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Hanno Böck forged incorrect private keys to test if Symantec would revoke his legitmate certificate, and sure enough, they did.

2 days ago What Makes Some IP Phones Better Than Others?

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All IP phones aren't created equal. Vendors and resellers that sell IP phones may overuse this cliché, but it's still a true statement. As time passes and cloud-based voice over IP (VoIP)/unified communications (UC) services continue to grow, IP phones have become easier to use, more application friendly, and more cost-effective. Readers who follow my blog posts know that I'm

1 day ago Moneysupermarket fined £80,000 for spamming seven million customers

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Go compare the original opt-out request, firm told

Price-comparison darling Moneysupermarket.com has been fined £80,000 for sending 7.1 million emails to customers who had opted out of receiving direct marketing emails.

1 day ago Cyberwar looms as diplomats dither

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Simulations at ANU's National Security College suggest that the world is sleepwalking towards war. Meanwhile, international cyber negotiations could be set back a decade.

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1 day ago Russia Moves to Ban Tools Used to Surf Outlawed Websites

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Russia's parliament on Friday voted to outlaw web tools that allow internet users to sidestep official bans of certain websites, the nation's latest effort to tighten controls of online services.

Members of the lower house, the Duma, passed the bill to prohibit the services from Russian territory if they were used to access blacklisted sites.

20 hours ago Manual method to migrate Outlook 2011 OLM Files to Windows Outlook PST

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Are you migrating from Outlook for Mac to Windows Outlook? Then this blog is helpful to move their OLM Files to Windows Outlook PST.

15 hours ago The Unabridged Story Of The Biggest Drug Bust In The History Of Darknet

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The riveting tale of how law enforcement officials across four sovereign nations came together to perpetrate the biggest takedown in the history of the dark web, taking down season deep web black markets AlphaBay and Hansa in a single sweep.

1 day ago One Simple Error Led to AlphaBay Admin's Downfall

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Compartmentation Fail Analysis: Darknet Admin Reused Personal Hotmail AddressHollywood loves to portray hackers as wunderkinds with such exceptional cybercrime mojo that they can hack or crack anything. But as the AlphaBay takedown demonstrates, a simple mistake - reusing a Hotmail address - led to the administrator and site's arrest and downfall.

1 day ago Microsoft targets Fancy Bear's domains in trademark lawsuit

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"Redirecting"¦Strontium domains will directly disrupt current Strontium infrastructure."

1 day ago Worried about ransomware? Here are 3 things IT leaders need to know before the next big outbreak

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It's only a matter of time before another WannaCry-style ransomware outbreak, but you don't have to be a victim. Here's what IT leaders need to know in order to safeguard themselves and their users.

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