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Posted on 10/17/2017
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Google is creating an even more secure login process for users at high risk of online attacks. The new Advanced Protection feature focuses on defending against phishing, accidental sharing, and fraudulent access to accounts. The feature has been introduced for users such as journalists who need to protect their sources, or campaign staffers during an election.
Posted on 10/16/2017
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Today, researchers published details of a new attack against Wi-Fi encryption, which they dubbed “Krack.” Manufacturers have known about the issue for more than a month, but it still caught much of the industry off guard; major companies are still scrambling to deploy patches before an exploit code becomes available. It’s an unusual bug — both hard to exploit and hard to fix — and it’s already stretching vendor patching systems to their limit. Here’s what you need to know to keep your own devices safe.
Posted on 10/16/2017

Elliot (Rami Malek) gives a monologue for the ages as he reflects what impact the Five/Nine hack really had on society in the season_3.0 premiere of Mr. Robot.

Posted on 10/16/2017
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Technology companies are starting to respond to a new Wi-Fi exploit affecting all modern Wi-Fi networks using WPA or WPA 2 encryption. The security vulnerabilities allow attackers to read Wi-Fi traffic between devices and wireless access points, and in some cases even modify it to inject malware into websites. Security researchers claim devices running macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, and Linux will be affected by the vulnerabilities.
Posted on 10/16/2017
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A new exploit can allow attackers to read Wi-Fi traffic between devices and wireless access points, and even modify it to inject malware into websites. Researchers have started disclosing security vulnerabilities today, and it looks like Android and Linux-based devices are the worst affected. Researchers claim the attack works against all modern Wi-Fi networks using WPA or WPA 2 encryption, and that the weakness is in the Wi-Fi standard itself so it affects macOS, Windows, iOS, Android, and Linux devices.
Posted on 10/16/2017
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At 8AM Monday morning Eastern Time, researchers plan to reveal details of a new exploit called KRACK that takes advantage of vulnerabilities in Wi-Fi security to let attackers eavesdrop on traffic between computers and wireless access points. The exploit, as noted by Ars Technica, takes advantage of several key management vulnerabilities in the WPA2 security protocol, the popular authentication scheme used to protect personal and enterprise Wi-Fi networks.
Posted on 10/15/2017
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Recently, a security researcher discovered that Chinese smartphone manufacturer OnePlus was collecting detailed information from its users, prompting widespread concerns about user privacy. Now, the company has responded to concerns, and says that it will scale back its collection efforts.
Posted on 10/14/2017
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In June, British Parliament was hit by a “sustained and determined” cyberattack that attempted to uncover weak passwords used by lawmakers. Now, investigators say that Iran was behind the attack, and that around 90 accounts were compromised, according to a report in The Times.
Posted on 10/12/2017
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Mr. Robot is back, and the C Y B E R is back too. The show takes a special interest in showing off the details that usually get glossed over, often drawing on real hacks and real cybersecurity problems — so after every episode, I’ll be breaking down who got hacked, how, and with what. It turns out, there’s a lot more to each one than you can see on screen.
Posted on 10/12/2017

Mr. Robot is back for season_3.0 and we have your second look at some of the episode’s top moments that had everyone talking this week!