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CNBC’s Lesson In Password Security Was a Security Fail

Everyone uses passwords, for your emails and computers to even gaining access to your phone to play flappy birds. With so many systems at risk, we have to make sure our passwords are secure. CNBC wanted…

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Met Police Chief Says Victims of Online Fraud Shouldn’t be “Rewarded”

When it comes to crime, the digital world is the new battlefront for government agencies and the police but one police officer doesn’t think that victims of online fraud should be “rewarded”. Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe is…

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MasterCard to Accept Fingerprint or Selfie as Payment Confirmation

Eight months ago we started discussing a new system the credit card company MasterCard were looking to trial. Now it would seem that the system is going live with MasterCard confirming the new system will be…

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Synaptics IronVeil Fingerprint Security Technology Review

Introduction Security and privacy are words were all too familiar with in the digital age. It seems not a day goes by where we don’t hear about some kind of hacking, data theft, unauthorised access and…

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Google Testing New Password-less Login

It’s no secret that Google hates passwords, as a result, they are now trialling a new system that allows you to log in to your Google account without the password. The only requirement is the use…

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Linux Security Bypassed by Just 28 Key Presses

Security is important in modern times, with hacks such as VTech and Talk-Talk exposing just how vulnerable data connected to the internet can be. What about those closer to home, though? How about on the very device you’re…

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Taking Your Money Wasn’t Enough – New Ransomware Steals Passwords First!

Ransomware is a term we’ve heard a lot in recent years, no thanks to the starter of the craze, Cryptolocker. Previously viruses and malware infected a system and caused damage either for a strategic purpose or…

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US Government Logins For Sale

The United States government spent approximately $610 billion funding military defence in 2015, Cyber security? Well this is nearer 99p according to the latest revelations which have been exposed by online threat company Recorded Future, who…

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Scammers Find New Way of Stealing Facebook Users’ Credentials and Money

Scammers will never stop finding ways to try to steal your accounts and money. The latest points to a method involving Facebook messages sent out to random users, stating that their account will be disabled if…

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New Router Malware Said to Inject Porn into Webpages

Security experts are said to have found a new type of malware that attacks routers and injects unwanted ads and pornography into websites by modifying the router’s DNS settings. While the malware can hijack nearly every…

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Hackers Using New Phishing Technique to Exploit Router Flaws

There have been a number of unusual hacking techniques employed in Brazil recently. A group of hackers have used a “novel approach” to pull off a pharming attack by using phishing emails, as stated by security…

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iCloud Hack Takes Out Apple Devices in Australia and New Zealand

Some Australians and New Zealanders who own iPads and iPhones received a rude awakening from an online attacker. When they powered up their iOS devices, their home screens were locked on a nefarious message. “Device hacked…

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Electronic DNA Could Be The Future of Secure Login

A team of researchers at the University of Oxford claim that our physical behaviour could be use as a secure way of logging into our computers and smartphones. The researchers are said to have identified that…

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6 Major Concerns about Privacy & Security Among US Citizens

Perhaps all the increasing discussions and ramifications about the NSA have prompted your concern, or maybe you’ve noticed that when you search for something, email a friend about a topic, or send an IM, you’re suddenly…