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  1. Hollywood's hacking pains are bigger than movie leaksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SFGate

    This Dec. 19, 2014, file photo shows an exterior view of the Sony Pictures Plaza building in Culver City, Calif. Piracy is a long-running and even routine issue for Hollywood.

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  2. News 16 mins ago 1:41 p.m.Information about 1.8 million Chicago voters exposed on Amazon serverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WHAS11

    SAN FRANCISCO Names, addresses, dates of birth and other information about Chicago's 1.8 million registered voters were left exposed and publicly available online on an Amazon AWS server for an unknown period of time, the Chicago Board of Election Commissions said. The database file was discovered on Friday by a security researcher at Upguard, a company that evaluates cyber risk.

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  3. Question of the dayRead the original story

    Friday | The Capitol Fax Blog

    How about a Friday "question of the day" where everyone gives us examples of the craziest thing [Speaker] Madigan told us in private? Maybe it will give the Governor some new material. I once made the mistake of asking about how the Speaker got his start, and he told me, " So I jump ship in Hong Kong and I make my way over to Tibet, and I get on as a looper at a course over in the Himalayas."

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  4. Taylor Swift Goes Dark On Social Media, Sparking Speculation From FansRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Switched

    Fans of Taylor Swift went into a tailspin on Friday afternoon when all of the singer's social media accounts suddenly went dark. Swift's Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and Tumblr pages all reverted back to blank spaces .

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  5. World's Biggest Shipper: Cyberattack Cost Up To $300 MillionRead the original story

    Friday | Manufacturing.net

    The June cyberattack that paralyzed the computer systems in companies around the world is estimated to have cost the world's biggest container shipping line between $200 million and $300 million, A.P. Moller-Maersk said Wednesday. The Copenhagen-based group, which was particularly severely affected by the attack, says the impact will first be reflected in its third quarter results as revenue was mainly lost in July.

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  6. VASCO Data Security International, Inc. (VDSI) Director T Kendall Hunt Sells 8,200 SharesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | AmericanBankingNews.com

    VASCO Data Security International, Inc. Director T Kendall Hunt sold 8,200 shares of VASCO Data Security International stock in a transaction on Thursday, August 17th. The stock was sold at an average price of $12.34, for a total transaction of $101,188.00.

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  7. Kenyan opposition to file petition against presidential voteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Independent.ie

    Kenya's opposition leader Raila Odinga has claimed that the election results were hacked and rigged in favour of President Uhuru Kenyatta Hundreds of supporters of Kenya's opposition coalition have gathered around the supreme court building in Nairobi where lawyers are expected to file a petition contesting President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election. Hundreds of supporters of Kenya's opposition coalition have gathered around the supreme court building in Nairobi where lawyers are expected to file a petition contesting President Uhuru Kenyatta's re-election.

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  8. All The Theories About Why Taylor Swift Wiped Her Internet PresenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Refinery 29

    Taylor Swift just wiped all her social media platforms - her Instagram is blank , her Twitter profile pic is gone , her Tumblr is empty , her YouTube channel has nothing to say , and her website is a vision in black . It's as if she's gearing up for something; don't you clean your room before you get ready to do something huge? Swift is also riding a publicity high after winning just one dollar in a legal battle with the man who allegedly groped her in 2013, former DJ David Mueller.

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  9. You Can Now Post Videos Right to RedditRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC Magazine

    ... to joining the team, she worked as a reporter for SC Magazine, covering everything related to hackers and computer security. Angela has also written for The Northern Valley Suburbanite in New Jersey, The Dominion Post in West Virginia, and the ...

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  10. New Android malware can secretly steal your credit card data, calls and textsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Boy Genius

    At this point, we assume that most savvy Android users know to be on the lookout for suspicious apps and download prompts, but even as smartphone users become more aware of the risks of downloading apps, the creators of the most vicious malware have adapted by releasing increasingly subtle Trojans that can do a great deal of damage behind the scenes without alerting the user. This week, security firm Kaspersky detailed a relatively new Android malware called Faketoken in a blog post on Thursday morning .

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  11. The cost of human error: Why businesses need to solve the weakest...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Aurora Era-Banner

    Installing the latest cybersecurity solutions cannot help to solve people-based security issues, especially when few employees within a business will have the same level of expert security knowledge as an IT professional. Whether it's a mass ransomware attack like WannaCry, withholding data for money from unlucky companies across the world, or government-linked hackers allegedly rigging elections to influence our political systems, it feels like cybersecurity stories are now a mainstay of the modern news agenda.

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    Friday | Fox News

    The anonymous nature of cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin may be helping online hackers to monetize their approach, making it imperative for companies to evolve their cybersecurity policies, said McAfee CEO Chris Young. "It's an evolving, emerging technology, and it's an emerging approach to currency," Young said to FOX Business Network's Maria Bartiromo of Mornings with Maria.

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  13. Google Found a Hack to Remove Stock Photo Watermarks-Then Figured Out How to Stop ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The New York Observer

    Every internet user has encountered visible watermarks, the logos and patterns overlaid on digital stock photos to protect copyrights. It's long been assumed that these marks protect the photos from being used in unauthorized or unlicensed ways.

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  14. Breaking Down the HBO Hacks: From Game of Thrones To a Twitter TakeoverRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wired

    It's been a hell of a couple of weeks. But HBO's rocky patch of hacks and leaks also serves as an important reminder of just how hard it is for any company to lock things down these days.

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  15. Blowing the Whistle on Bad AttributionRead the original story

    Friday | LinuxSecurity.com

    The New York Times this week published a fascinating story about a young programmer in Ukraine who'd turned himself in to the local police. The Times says the man did so after one of his software tools was identified by the U.S. government as part of the arsenal used by Russian hackers suspected of hacking into the Democratic National Committee last year.

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  16. The Rise of Edge ComputingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Data Center Knowledge

    When you take a look back at the history of networked applications over the past five decades, it's easy to see what seems like a cyclical pattern of centralization and decentralization. There were mainframes from the 1960s and 1970s, early internet of autonomous systems in the 1980s, the centralized architectures of early websites in the 1990s and early 2000s, and the cloud-based present day.

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  17. Canadian firms: how can you ensure file sharing security as you scale?Read the original story

    Friday | IT Business

    The storage and sharing of corporate data has come a long way in the past century. Filing cabinets and storage units full of cardboard boxes are becoming less and less common as technology has paved the way to new ways of doing things.

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  18. 10 Best Android Apps to Install on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8Read the original story

    Friday | CNet News

    Occasionally, we send subscribers special offers from select partners. Would you like to receive these special partner offers via e-mail? By submitting your wireless number, you agree that eWEEK, its related properties, and vendor partners providing content you view may contact you using contact center technology.

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  19. Comcast's Cell Service Now Available NationwideRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PC Magazine

    ... to joining the team, she worked as a reporter for SC Magazine, covering everything related to hackers and computer security. Angela has also written for The Northern Valley Suburbanite in New Jersey, The Dominion Post in West Virginia, and the ...

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  20. One mistake people make using public Wi-FiRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | St. Cloud Times

    You may think you're safe in that busy cafA or big-name hotel, but public WiFi is a major liability, writes Kim Komando. One mistake people make using public Wi-Fi You may think you're safe in that busy cafA or big-name hotel, but public WiFi is a major liability, writes Kim Komando.

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