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Snake alert! This ransomware is not a game… – Naked Security

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Here’s some goodish news: the Snake ransomware seems to have made the news last week on account of its name rather than its prevalence. Because, well, SNAKE! Like most ransomware, Snake doesn’t touch your operating system files and programs, so your computer will still boot up, […]

#cyberfraud | #cybercriminals | Many ups and downs for Karnataka Police this year- The New Indian Express

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Express News Service The year 2019 saw many ups and downs for the State Police. Early into the year the police faced severe embarrassment when one senior officer complained against another for illegally tapping his phone calls and soon the issue snowballed into a major political […]

#cybersecurity | #hackerspace | Staying Safe when Shopping this Holiday Season: Bricks and Clicks Edition

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The shopping season is upon us, and like it or not there are lots of individuals who would love to replace your happiness with their sadness. Thus, at this festive time of the year, it is imperative to give some thought and prep time to you […]

#cyberfraud | #cybercriminals | Business Mail Compromise: 5 ways to detect this scam and what can be done to prevent it

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Advertisement Millions of dollars and lots of personal information are being stolen by a growing threat known as the Business Email Compromise (BEC). Business Mail Compromise: 5 ways to detect this scam and what can be done to prevent itMillions of dollars and lots of personal […]

Cybersecurity breaches: Centre is looking to roll out this major innovative approach

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans The government is working on creating a single framework for reporting breach of cyber security at financial institutions and a working group is soon likely to be formed, sources in the know told FE. The government is working on creating a single framework for reporting breach […]

This Bill Would Allow Hacking Victims to Hack Their Attackers

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans Call it a Stand Your Ground law for cyberspace. A Republican congressman is floating a bill that would make it legal for victims of hacker intrusions to hack back against the attacker, the first move to legalize any form of computer intrusion since the federal Computer […]

Rip Off Britain – presenters urge viewers to AVOID identity theft using THIS simple step

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans RIP OFF BRITAIN is back for a ninth series featuring the pitfalls and problems that consumers find themselves falling foul of. And Presenters Gloria Hunniford and Angela Rippon spoke to Express.co.uk ahead of the first episode about their own bank scam experiences and how to avoid […]

How hackers can trick YOU – this woman had intimate pictures exposed on Facebook

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans HACKERS tricked one woman into sharing her details, before asking her to send them a sex video, threatening to leak her personal and intimate photos if she didn’t. Here the women reveals how they did it. “I was stupid enough … The post How hackers can […]

Is this Ukrainian helping to sell millions of stolen Target credit card numbers online? Security expert claims he has identified black market salesman

Unmasked: Security expert Brian Krebs has identified Andrew Hodiverski, pictured, as the operator of the underground online ‘card shop’ Rescator.la that has been selling millions of credit card numbers stolen from Target   The web security blogger who broke the news about the massive Target credit and debit card breach has identified a Ukrainian national who allegedly […]

Keep your children safe online this Christmas

  With the increasing popularity of smartphones and tablets as Christmas gifts to children, Dorset Police is issuing online safety advice for parents as part of the Countdown to Christmas campaign. Children can face a number of risks online which include accessing inappropriate websites, losing control over pictures and videos, giving away personal information and communicating with strangers. Online communication poses […]

Syme: Is this the new Facebook killer?

  A new social networking service is aiming to target disgruntled Facebook users, promising them greater security and privacy. The group sharing website says it has implemented an end-to-end encryption system where any message shared by a user will only be visible to the intended audience and nobody else not even to Syme. “Your posts are […]