Computer Security Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. How to find out if your Facebook account has been hackedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 21 | WTOL-TV Toledo

    Chances are high, since Facebook reports that out of more than a billion logins to the website every 24 hours, 600,000 are impostors. "There's people that are making money doing it and we are left to pick up the pieces and when they do compromise our accounts," said Bayou Technologies owner Vic Wukovits.

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  2. Intellij IDEA Adds JUnit 5 SupportRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 21 | I programmer

    A second update this year for IntelliJ IDEA, JetBrains' Java IDE for web, desktop and mobile development, has been released with a mix of fixes and new features. The new release, IntelliJ IDEA 2016.2, has a new combined Watches and Variables view for the debugger, part of a drive to increase the amount of space while not losing information for developers.

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  3. Russian physicists discover a new approach for building quantum computersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | EurekAlert!

    Physicists from MIPT and the Russian Quantum Center have developed a method which is going to make it easier to create a universal quantum computer -- they have discovered a way of using multilevel quantum systems , each one of which is able to work with multiple "conventional" quantum elements -- qubits. Professor Vladimir Man'ko, Scientific Supervisor of MIPT's Laboratory of Quantum Information Theory and member of staff at the Lebedev Physical Institute, Aleksey Fedorov, a member of staff at the Russian Quantum Center, and his colleague Evgeny Kiktenko published the results of their studies of multilevel quantum systems in a series of papers in Physical Review A , Physics Letters A , and also Quantum Measurements and Quantum Metrology .

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  4. 'No clear signs of post-Brexit vote economic slowdown'Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Sunday Herald

    The London market stepped up after the Bank of England said the UK showed "no clear signs" of a sharp economic slowdown following the Brexit vote. The FTSE 100 Index closed above the 6,700 mark, up 31.62 points to 6728.99, after a report by the Bank's agents said there was little sign of employment and investment being hit in the short term by Britain's exit from the European Union, but added that uncertainty had "risen markedly".

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  5. Apple patches Stagefright-like vulnerability on iOS, Os XRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BetaNews

    An equivalent to Android's Stagefright vulnerability has recently been spotted on iOS and OS X devices. It has since been patched, and security experts from Sophos are urging all Apple users to patch up as fast as they can to protect themselves from the serious flaw.

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  6. Why Edward Snowden created a device to tell if your iPhone's radios are spyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Christian Science Monitor

    Whistleblower Edward Snowden is seen on a screen as he delivers a speech during the Roskilde Festival in Roskilde, Denmark in June. On Thursday, Mr. Snowden and hardware hacker Andrew 'Bunnie' Huang unveiled a design for a device that lets users tell when their iPhone's antennas are transmitting, which could indicate that someone, such as a foreign government, is listening in.

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  7. Edward Snowden has developed an iPhone case meant to kill surveillanceRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | InfoWorld

    National Security Agency whistleblower Edward Snowden has come up with a concept iPhone case that could prevent the government from finding your location. Smartphones, while incredibly useful, are also the "perfect tracking device," Snowden wrote in a co-authored paper that covers his research.

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  8. 7 information security trends currently dominating the marketRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BetaNews

    Protecting your information, especially if it's information you've collected about your customers that includes things like their address or their credit card number, is absolutely vital to your business. Even if the information you lose isn't customer-related, it can still lead to the loss of thousands, even millions, of dollars if it's related to a trademark or other intellectual property.

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  9. 'I fought, shot and grew a beard, but it didn't change a thing':...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Mail on Sunday

    'I fought, shot and grew a beard, but it didn't change a thing': Ex-Special Forces soldier who wanted to die in combat finally learns to love her body after becoming a woman A former macho US Special Forces soldier has revealed she is finally happy in her body - after transitioning to become a woman. Alana McLaughlin, 32, from Portland, Oregon, was born a boy called Ryan and enlisted in the army in a bid to 'become a man' or to be killed.

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  10. Increasing IoT features could open new doors to hackersRead the original story

    Friday | Telematics Update

    Exploring whether cyber security is being compromised through a connected car's complex technology, by Louis Bedigian [Mob. Bedigian.2016.04.27] Telematics units have evolved to provide a multitude of connection points, including 4G, Bluetooth and USB.

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  11. Edward Snowden iPhone case - Image Andrew Huang and Edward SnowdenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Inquirer

    PEEP PEEP MAN Edward Snowden has designed an iPhone case, and guess what? There is a sniff of privacy protection about it. If T the INQUIRER built an iPhone 6 case to protect our collective privacy we would see that it blasted bees into the face of anyone having a look.

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  12. Hacker, DJ, Programmer, Shoe Designer: The Many Lives of Oaktopia Performer Emeka IbeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Dallas Observer

    Emeka Ibe is surrounded by three 40-inch monitors, candy red JBL speakers and multiple, nearly-filled-to-capacity dry erase boards. "I wanted to be living proof that you can do anything," he says, loading his audio production software.

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  13. Fighting the threat of social hacking [Q&A]Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | BetaNews

    Often the weakest link in an enterprise's cyber security is the person behind the endpoint. Although technology solutions can offer a high degree of protection, there's no substitute for making users aware of the potential threats.

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  14. Change in Executive Management Team at SSH Communications SecurityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Freshnews

    Mr. Jussi Mononen has been appointed as the Chief Operating Officer of SSH Communications Security. Jussi has nearly 30 years of experience from international technology business and has lived and worked over 13 years abroad, mainly in the United States.

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  15. Edward Snowden Designed an iPhone Case to Guard Against Radio SnitchingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | MacRumors

    NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has helped to design an iPhone 6 case that detects if a handset is transmitting data when it's in airplane mode. The project was announced yesterday by design collaborator and American hacker Andrew "Bunnie" Huang, the founder of Bunnie Studios and best known for being the first person to hack the Xbox and for legally challenging the DCMA act.

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  16. Hacker who stole nude photos of celebrities jailedRead the original story

    Friday | Evening Times

    A man who admitted hacking hundreds of email accounts and stealing explicit photos from several celebrities has been sentenced to six months in US federal prison. US district judge John A Kronstadt sentenced Andrew Helton, from Astoria, Oregon, to jail and two years of supervised release.

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  17. Cyberfraud: the black hats outnumber the white hatsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Age

    Cyberfraud and cybertheft tend to be under-detected and underpunished in most countries, including Australia, but it is estimated the amount being stolen from corporations worldwide at present totals about $4.9 trillion a year - or close to 5 per cent of global GDP . Most fraud and financial crime today is conducted over the internet, which has made it much easier to conduct, cost-free for phishers, less risky for perpetrators, and far more lucrative.

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  18. Your iPhone could be hacked by a single text message but there's an easy way to stop itRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daily Star

    Apple has just released its latest iOS 9.3.3 update and if you own an iPhone you should download it right now. A shocking bug has been discovered that can hijack and steal passwords with just a single text and if you're running an old version of iOS you could be at risk.

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  19. East Africa: Isaca Releases New Guide Challenging Mobile Payment Security PerceptionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | AllAfrica.com

    A complimentary guide released by ISACA, "Is Mobile the Winner in Payment Security?" outlines several advantages of mobile payments relative to physical and e-commerce transactions. Tokenization, device-specific cryptograms and two-factor authentication are described as key improvements positioning mobile payments appeal to both consumers and vendors.

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  20. Hotmail Clients Receive The Best And Fastest Solutions To Problems From Hotmail Support AustraliaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | PR Log

    SYDNEY, Australia - July 22, 2016 - PRLog -- Get outside assistance for hotmail account issues and experience quick and trustworthy remedies to all your hotmail difficulties. Waiting for the customer department of Hotmail to respond to your plea for help can bring disappointments as they cannot deal easily with millions of problems clients refer to them.

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