Hackers for Good and Evil

How Hackers are Developing Two Paths Hackers We often read about stories involving hackers and malware, viruses, and phishing attempts, but what hasn’t gained track yet is the concept of morally refined hackers. As if a form of balancing the world, there has been an increase in hacker activity, but not in the manner you

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School Funding Gone Missing Due to Lack of Cybersecurity

Atlantic City Schools Missing Funds Galloway Schools Lacking Cyber Security Many school district employees, including substitute teachers, totaling near 800 people were affected by a recent cybersecurity incident. This incident involved a missing amount of funds, totaling around $200,000. As of September 27th, the Galloway School districts became aware of two fraudulent wire transfers, each

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Avoiding Windows 10 October Update

Windows Newest Update Features Bugs On our most recent article, we broke down the new features and details of Microsoft’s Windows 10 October update which has been in the making for a while now, and the last major update for Windows this year. Since writing the article, the internet has been taken by storm with comments

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Apple Made a Rotten Deal?

Lawsuit Against Apple for Modem Technology Leaks Apple, one of the largest technology corporations is in a lawsuit filed by Qualcomm for the stealing of modem technology. Over the past few years Apple’s relationship has been growing sour with Qualcomm because of the technology that is used involving modem technology. Qualcomm is claiming that Apple

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Def Con Has Begun, Children Break Election Sites

Children At A Hacking Convention Show How Easy It Is To Alter Election Results As the hacking convention Def Con was revving up for the competitions, the news was a buzz about the coming elections and the potential threat of outside parties hacking the results and altering the outcome. This is nothing new lately ever

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Sextortion Scams Fueled by Passwords

Some online hackers have scored a large sum of cash after scamming victims with their passwords We all do it. We open our email and see a message from someone or something familiar, however it seems out of nowhere and the topic line does not make a whole lot of sense. We want to open

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Windows new update helps fix Intel’s downgrade

Big news hits the computer, updates sent out recently for Windows 10 are causing big problems. Back on January 2nd, there was an announcement that Intel CPUs were having some serious problems in regards to its security vulnerabilities and that these issues stemmed from features of the CPU that was essential for performance. This issue

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LTE Flaw Invites Hackers

LTE (Long Term Evolution) Recently there has been talk of hackers finding a way in which they can see through your eyes when it comes to your cell phone and websites your browsing.  But how is this accomplished? Through a recently discovered flaw in the Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network. What is LTE? LTE is

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Why SSL is So Important on July 2018

SSL In the past couple of months there has been a lot of talk about the need for SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) on websites before this coming July of 2018. The talk however is growing more and more the closer we get to July and there are some hosts panicking in the face of the

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Analysis of VPNFilter botnet

EL5 As we move forward in our technological advancements, there will be a concurring rise in damage that results from technological attacks. The more interconnected we become, the more vulnerable we are when a new form of threat arises. VPNFilter demonstrates how cybercriminals advance with the new technology and integrate degrees of portability by building

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