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Hackers broke into Dow Jones & Co. systems and were able to access information on fewer than 3,500 of the company's current and former subscribers.
In as little as three short months, the SHA-1 internet security standard used for digital signatures and set to be phased out by January 2017, could be broken by motivated hackers, a team of international researchers found, prompting security specialists to call for a ramping up of the migration to SHA-2.
Despite the hack of LoopPay, whose technology is at the heart of Samsung's mobile payment system, the electronics company said its Samsung Pay is secure.
The CTU, the Dell SecureWorks research team, uncovered fake LinkedIn profiles and an extensive, convincing network created by the Iran-based Threat Group 2889.
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) unveiled two projects designed to secure email.
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