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Archive for July, 2019

RSVP Site Evite Suffers Data Breach

The hacker who calls himself 'Gnosticplayers' has been busy and prolific.  Over the years, he's sold more than one billion user accounts on the Dark Web.  His most recent product is more ...

Researchers Recently Discovered A New Mysterious Malware Strain

Researchers at the cybersecurity firm Anomali have discovered a completely new type of malware that's disturbing on several levels. Worse is the fact that the researchers aren't quite sure what it does. ...

If You Use Evernote Your Data May Have Been Exposed

Do you use Evernote Web Clipper for the Chrome web browser? If so, be advised that the developer recently reported that a critical flaw in the extension could allow hackers to access ...

Critical Flaw Found In Medical Device Pump Software

Researchers have recently discovered a pair of critical vulnerabilities in Alaris Gateway Workstations. These bring us closer to the tragic day when a hacker will actually be able to kill someone with ...

Apple iCloud App Now Available On Windows 10

Great news for inter-operability.  Apple has brought their new iCloud app to the Microsoft Store for Windows 10 devices. Even better, the app is designed such that it's deeply integrated with Windows ...

AMCA Suffers A Medical Patient Information Breach

The recent hack of the American Medical Collection Agency (AMCA) is having ripple effects around the world. Recently it was reported that as a direct consequence of that hack, Quest Diagnostics (one ...

Undelivered Mail Notification Could Be A Phishing Scam

Hackers are always on the lookout for new ways to freshen up time-tested techniques. Where time-tested techniques are concerned, few are older than the humble phishing email. In one form or another, ...

Hackers Placing Hidden, Malicious Code In Media

If you're not familiar with the term, 'Steganography' is the term used to describe the act of hiding code in images and video.  It's a creative strategy that allows hackers to slip ...

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