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Insert Skimmer + Camera Cover PIN Stealer

Krebs on Security

Very often the most clever component of your typical ATM skimming attack is the hidden pinhole camera used to record customers entering their PINs.

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Venezuelan Minister declares Venezuela’s Blackout may be caused by cyberattack carried by US

Security Affairs

V enezuelan Minister of Communication and Information Jorge Rodriguez blamed US cyberattack for Venezuela’s blackout. Last week, Venezuela had suffered a major blackout and Nicolas Maduro immediately blamed on opposition “sabotage” of a hydroelectric dam.

According to Consilio, Strong Majority of Companies are Increasing Investment in Detecting “Bad Behaviors”: eDiscovery Trends

eDiscovery Daily

As I’ll be discussing in my presentation next week at the University of Florida E-Discovery Conference , there are a lot of reasons why organizations should be focusing a lot more of their eDiscovery efforts on compliance and investigations.

Saudi caller ID Dalil app exposed data of more than 5 million users

Security Affairs

The Android caller ID app Dalil exposed online data belonging over 5 million users, security experts discovered a MongoDB database left accessible on the web without a password.

DocuWorld Europe 2019 – Technology Partners Answer Your Questions


As the leading event for all DocuWare Partners, DocuWorld Europe offers an intensive training and continuing education program alongside networking at all levels.

Jackson County paid $400,000 to crooks after ransomare attack

Security Affairs

Ransomware threat makes the headlines again, this time an attack hit the computers of Jackson County, Georgia, paralyzing the government activity. Computers of Jackson County, Georgia, were infected with ransomware that paralyzed the government activity until officials decided to pay a $400,000 ransom to decrypt the files. “The Jackson County government paid online criminals about $400,000 this week following a cyber attack that crippled the county’s computer system.”

Security Affairs newsletter Round 204 – News of the week

Security Affairs

A new round of the weekly SecurityAffairs newsletter arrived! The best news of the week with Security Affairs. Kindle Edition. Paper Copy. Once again thank you! · A Cobalt Strike flaw exposed attackers infrastructure. · The operator of DDoS-for-hire service pleads guilty. ·