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  1. How to mine Bitcoin on a 55-year-old IBM 1401 mainframeRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Ars Technica

    Card deck used to compute SHA-256 hashes on IBM 1401 mainframe. Behind the card deck is the line printer output showing the input to the algorithm and the resulting hash.


  2. Oswego Schools On Alert After Threatening Emails Sent To ResidentsRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | CBS Local

    CBS 2 Welcome to CBS 2 on! CBS 2 is joining forces with the most trusted local CBS RADIO stations in Chicago to give you the best Chicago has to offer as CBS Local. CBS 2 [...] WBBM Newsradio Welcome to WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9FM, The Home of Chicago Bears Radio and Chicago Cubs Radio, on! WBBM Newsradio 780 & 105.9FM is joining forces with the CBS 2 Television and 670 The [...] 670 The Score Welcome to 670 The Score, The Home of White Sox Radio, on the new! The Score is joining forces with the CBS 2 TV and WBBM 780 to give you the best Chicago has [...] - Oswego schools are on high alert this week after someone hacked into an email account and sent threats against children.


  3. IRS admits its computer systems were HACKED and thieves stole...Read the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    The computer system they broke into has been shut down temporarily; it was set up so US taxpayers could access their own filing history Thieves used an online service provided by the IRS to gain access to information from more than 100,000 taxpayers, the agency said Tuesday. The IRS said the thieves accessed a system called 'Get Transcript,' which was set up in order to give taxpayers a way to retrieve their own filing history.


  4. Cybercrime rate on the rise as hackers cash inRead the original story

    11 hrs ago | Fiji Times

    THE Fiji Financial Intelligence Unit has received 45 cybercrime cases in the past five years, of which 15 cases were related to internet banking fraud. FIU director Razim Buksh said the internet banking fraud cases involved unauthorised transfer of funds totalling more than $120,000 from customers' local bank accounts.


  5. Profile Of A Cybercrime Petty ThiefRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Dark Reading

    ... eading and formerly the editor-in-chief of Enterprise Efficiency. Prior that she was senior editor for the Computer Security Institute, writing and speaking about virtualization, identity management, cybersecurity law, and a myriad ... View Full Bio


  6. BitQuick Goes Passwordless Using Clef's Two-factor AuthenticationRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | PRWeb

    BitQuick is the latest Bitcoin company to integrate Clef's passwordless two-factor authentication to make logins safe and easy for a big audience. We're excited about using Clef to replace confusing passwords altogether.


  7. 2 Of Hillary's Libya Emails Are MissingRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Canadian Content

    Sidney Blumenthal emailed Hillary Clinton at least two intelligence reports about Libya which were not included in the trove of 296 emails released by the State Department on Friday. Clinton has claimed that in December she turned over all official government emails she sent or received from her personal account while in office.


  8. IRS hacked, thieves made off with 100K taxpayers' dataRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | VentureBeat

    Hackers accessed the servers at the Internal Revenue Service to steal data from as many 100,000 taxpayers, the agency disclosed today. The thieves accessed the data through an online service provided by the IRS and took financial data related to users' actual tax returns.


  9. IDG Contributor Network: Can you answer these 4 questions about your network security policies?Read the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Network World

    Before investing in shiny new network security products or services, ensure that policies are doing the most with what you already own Network security doesn't have to be expensive, and it doesn't have to be complicated. Yes, there are lots of excellent products, service and consultants ready to help improve your network security, and yet that shouldn't be the first place an organization goes to prepare against hackers, insider threats, data loss and malware.


  10. Preparing for Another Computer Search Case at SCOTUSRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | FindLaw

    The private search doctrine's applicability to computers will probably make its way to the U.S. Supreme Court, thanks to a recent Sixth Circuit decision in United States v. Lichtenberger .


  11. Report: IRS admits its been hacked, tax info stolen for 100,000-plusRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Ars Technica

    According to the Associated Press , the IRS has disclosed a hack where blackhats "used an online service provided by the agency" to access data for more than 100,000 taxpayers. The IRS issued a statement today saying the compromised system was "Get Transcript."


  12. Mr. CISO: Tear Down These Legacy Cybersecurity WallsRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Network World

    Here's a scenario we've all encountered: You go to a nice restaurant to enjoy a meal and the whole experience turns sour. The service is terrible, your entrA e arrives before your salad and your food is overcooked and virtually inedible.


  13. Palo Alto Networks Soars As Firms 'Rip and Replace'Read the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Investor's Business Daily

    "While top-line results are likely to remain impressive, continued margin expansion and profitability further differentiate Palo Alto Networks from growth peers," RBC Capital Markets analyst Matthew Hedberg said in a research report Tuesday. Hedberg boosted his price target on Palo Alto Networks to 175 from 165.


  14. Splash Into the New 3-D Underwater Adventure Humpback Whales 3-D...Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | DVDCreation Reviews

    Warner Bros. CEO Kevin Tsujihara believes his company should have done more to help Sony after the studio suffered a massive cyber attack late last year tied to the release of comedy The Interview.


  15. Software 'back doors' costing American businesses, U.S. congressman saysRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Business Journal

    At a conference today, U.S. Rep. Thomas Massie discussed the need for restrictions that would prevent the U.S. Government from paying or otherwise coercing American companies to put "back doors" into their online security programs. The "back doors" provide a way for the government - and hackers - to access information that cybersecurity programs are supposed to protect, said Massie, who spoke at a data privacy and security conference at the Muhammad Ali Center in downtown Louisville.


  16. Global Enterprise IT Security Market 2015-2019Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Freshnews

    NEW YORK, May 26, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Enterprise IT security focuses on the security of key parameters such as data protection, compliance, architecture, email and web security, governance, data loss prevention, and identity and access. Enterprise IT security provides several features such as encryption, endpoint monitoring, identity and access management, intrusion detection, vulnerability scanning, and application and messaging security.


  17. NetUSB router vulnerability puts devices in jeopardyRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | TechTarget

    A newly discovered router vulnerability could leave millions of connected devices open to denial-of-service attacks and remote code execution. Security researchers recently discovered a major router vulnerability in a widely used Linux kernel driver that could lead to hackers compromising millions of connected devices.


  18. Threats to Global Navigation Satellite SystemsRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | Marine News

    Originally developed to guide Allied convoys safely across the Atlantic, the use of synchronized low frequency radio signals as a navigational aid revolutionized modern maritime navigation in the 1940s. Faced with operating ships and aircraft over vast areas, researchers pioneered the use of radio signals to aid navigation in regions where poor weather conditions made traditional methods - such as dead reckoning and celestial navigation - exceptionally difficult.


  19. Kevin Benedict's Connected Globe News Weekly - Week of May 24, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | Sys-Con Media

    Welcome to Connected Globe News Weekly, an online newsletter that consists of the most interesting news and articles related to M2M and embedded mobile devices. I aggregate the information, include the original links and add a synopsis of each article.


  20. APNewsBreak: IRS says thieves stole tax info from 100,000Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | KCTV5

    Sophisticated criminals used an online service run by the IRS to access personal tax information from more than 100,000 taxpayers, part an elaborate scheme to steal identities and claim fraudulent tax refunds, the IRS said Tuesday. The thieves accessed a system called "Get Transcript," where taxpayers can get tax returns and other filings from previous years.