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Industry pros call bluff on claims of iCloud accounts held for ransom

A group of hackers are threatening to lockdown 200 million iCloud accounts if Apple doesn’t pay a $75,000 ransom in bitcoin, or $100,000 in iTunes gift cards by April 7, however, some security professionals are calling bluff. Industry insiders told SC Media that Apple doesn’t believe the claims are true and that the cybercriminals have…
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OCTOBERSATISNETSatisnet provide one-day Shavlik Intensive Administrator trainingcourses at their offices in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire. This training isaimed at giving IT administrators who will be using Shavlik HFNetChkProsome valuable training together with hints and tips on using thesolution.The following areas will be covered:– Introduction to HFNetChkPro– Scanning & Deployment– Advanced Administration– Operational Best PracticesWe have dates available…
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Cybersecurity made simple

In a world of ever-increasingly complex technologies, some experts advocate a move to simplify. Greg Masters reports. No one said it was going to be easy, but the task of locking down enterprise networks seems to be getting more and more complex as attackers devise ever more sophisticated ways of penetrating defenses. A firewall once…
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Whew! Did all that just happen?

Looking back and forward, the view’s very nearly the same. Threats, threats and more threats. Teri Robinson reports. Out with the old. In with the new. That’s the way the New Year works, right? Except in cybersecurity. The old threats never really go away as the devastating WannaCry, a new twist on an old bug,…
Huawei responds to allegations of NSA hacking
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Trump national emergency on info security allows ban on Huawei

Amid escalating trade war tensions with China and a lengthy dispute over Huawei Technologies over espionage allegations, President Trump declared a national emergency that bans U.S. telecommunications companies from using equipment from foreign firms that could threaten national security. The Commerce Department followed up immediately by placing Huawei Technologies and 70 affiliates on the Bureau…
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Cookie leak allows white-hat researcher to access HackerOne vulnerability reports

Bug bounty platform provider HackerOne Tuesday disclosed that one of its own security analysts mistakenly sent a session cookie to a white-hat researcher on Nov. 24, allowing the researcher to take over the analyst’s account and access vulnerability reports on a number of companies. The researcher, known in the HackerOne community as haxta4ok00, promptly reported…
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