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  • Yahoo Breached Again 1 Billion Users Affected December 20, 2016
    Yahoo breached again resulting in more than one billion user accounts being compromised. The breach occurred in August 2013. This breach is believed to be separate from the reported this September. The stolen data may include names, email addresses, telephone numbers, dates of birth, hashed passwords and, possibly encrypted or unencrypted security questions ...
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  • Mensch & Company – Welcome to the CourseVector Family December 19, 2016
    Mensch & Company does public relations, event marketing and management consulting. They joined the CourseVector family to take advantage of our Managed WordPress Hosting to help keep their site safe from online threats.
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  • DNSChanger Router Exploit December 16, 2016
    The DNSChanger Exploit is distributed via malvertising and is unique because the malvertising component of the attack doesn’t target browsers but rather a victim’s router. This exploit is unrelated to the Netgear Router Exploit announced earlier. DNSChanger attacks begin with hackers buying and placing ads on mainstream websites. Those ads contain malicious code ...
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  • Flash Blocked and No Longer Supported December 16, 2016
    As of January 2017, flash will no longer be supported by most major browsers. Most search engines including Google will also be blocking access to web pages that are using flash. Some search engines and browsers will just be displaying a warning but will still allow the user to visit the site; however, ...
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  • Office 365 Phishing Attack December 15, 2016
    A new Office 365 phishing attack is is bypassing email filters and security. The attack is a fake email that displays what appears to be the correct URL, but actually leads to a third party phishing URL.Always use caution when clicking any links from any media. Read more about the latest Office 365 phishing attack ...
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  • Netgear Routers Critical Flaw December 13, 2016
    Certain Netgear Routers have a serious flaw that could allow takeover of the router simply by visiting a compromised website. CERT/CC says Netgear R7000 (firmware version 1.0.7.2_1.1.93 and possibly earlier), R6400 (firmware version 1.0.1.6_1.0.4 and possibly earlier), and R8000, (firmware version 1.0.3.4_1.1.2) sport the vulnerability. Kalypto Pink says that models R7000P, R7500, R7800, R8500, and R9000 ...
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