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May 25, 2022
Ineffective. Obsolete. Unrealistic. These are just some of the words commonly thrown around by IT admins in response to perimeter-based security approaches that incorporate VPNs.  Trending remote work policies have released an avalanche of new security concerns while highlighting the limitations of old-school network security architecture.  Traditional security approaches depend on a centralized physical infrastructure...
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The post promising free plane tickets from Southwest Airlines is a classic example of a social media giveaway scam called “like-farming.” A post that promises two free, roundtrip plane tickets from Southwest Airlines is making the rounds on Facebook.  VERIFY was unable to find the original post, but it appears to have originated from a...
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Washington —  Russia’s invasion of Ukraine appears to be having an unanticipated impact in cyberspace — a decrease in the number of ransomware attacks. “We have seen a recent decline since the Ukrainian invasion,” Rob Joyce, the U.S. National Security Agency’s director of cybersecurity, told a virtual forum Wednesday. Joyce said one reason for the...
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The 2022 Gartner® Critical Capabilities for Application Security Testing report provides useful guidance for teams wanting to build an AppSec program optimized for their business needs. There are two cars in my driveway right now. One was built in 1978, and what’s great about it is how easy it is to work on. It’s a...
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Did you know that it is possible to stream captured packets from a remote device or application to Wireshark in real-time using PCAP-over-IP?This blog post explains how you can configure Wireshark to read decrypted TLS packets directly from PolarProxy over a TCP socket. PolarProxy PolarProxy is a TLS proxy that decrypts and re-encrypts TLS traffic,...
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We’re getting to the point where a smartphone can completely replace a wallet. You already can pay and carry important documents on your phone, including car insurance, proof of vaccination, boarding pass, event tickets and more. You can add a driver’s license to that list if you have an iPhone. Arizona residents can add their...
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Created by French coder Julien Thiennot back in 2013, Cookie Clicker tasks the player with, well, clicking on cookies. The more cookies you click on, the more resources you can earn, and those resources generally help you generate more cookies. The game never ends, and neither does the lo-fi fun you can have with it....
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Perhaps if I write this in a column as my own voice, someone will see it. We are in trouble folks. America is under financial siege. In the transportation industry, the supply industry, the hospitality industry, the food industry and as we know here in Platte County, the public schools. Gas has headed somewhere over...
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Interpol says(Opens in a new window) it’s identified the head of a Nigerian cybercrime gang responsible for launching phishing email attacks on four continents.  Interpol arrested the 37-year-old Nigerian man with the help of local police in his country and IT security firms, including Palo Alto Networks, Group-IB, and Trend Micro. The unnamed man allegedly orchestrated...
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New Jersey, United States – Children’s Bicycle Market Report 2022-2029, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The Children’s Bicycle market study sheds light on the important growth dynamics expected to prevail across the assessment period 2022-2029. The study offers statistics of key segments across prominent geographies, along with...
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