Sat.Feb 08, 2020

Dangerous Domain Goes Up for Sale

Krebs on Security

As an early domain name investor, Mike O’Connor had by 1994 snatched up several choice online destinations, including,,,, and

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IoT devices at major Manufacturers infected with crypto-miner

Security Affairs

Hackers have infected with a piece of malware some IoT devices running Windows 7 designed by three of the world’s largest manufacturers. Security experts from TrapX reported that some IoT devices running Windows 7 have been infected with a piece of malware, is it a supply chain attack?

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How AI Is Tracking the Coronavirus Outbreak

WIRED Threat Level

Machine-learning programs are analyzing websites, news reports, and social media posts for signs of symptoms, such as fever or breathing problems. . Business Business / Artificial Intelligence Security

Group-IB detects Half a Million Indian Banks’ Cards on Joker’s Stash Cardshop

Security Affairs

Group-IB experts detected a database containing over 460,000 payment card records uploaded to Joker’s Stash cardshops , most of records were from the Indian banks.

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How to Solve 4 Common Challenges of Legacy Information Management

Speaker: Chris McLaughlin, Chief Marketing Officer and Chief Product Officer, Nuxeo

After 20 years of Enterprise Content Management (ECM), businesses still face many of the same challenges with finding and managing information. Join Chris McLaughlin, CMO and CPO of Nuxeo, as he examines four common business challenges that these legacy ECM systems pose and how they can be addressed with a more modern approach.

Pro-Trump Trolls Flooded the Iowa Caucus Phone Lines

WIRED Threat Level

Google photo sharing, Wacom tracking, and more of the week's top security news. Security Security / Security News

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How to Get Your Yahoo Breach Settlement Money

WIRED Threat Level

If you had a Yahoo account from 2012-2016, you probably have $100 coming your way. Security Security / Security Advice

Revealed: how drugs giants can access your health records

The Guardian Data Protection

Experts say information sold on by Department of Health and Social Care can be traced back to individual medical records The Department of Health and Social Care has been selling the medical data of millions of NHS patients to American and other international drugs companies having misled the public into believing the information would be “anonymous”, according to leading experts in the field. Senior NHS figures have told the Observer that patient data compiled from GP surgeries and hospitals – and then sold for huge sums for research – can routinely be linked back to individual patients’ medical records via their GP surgeries. They say there is clear evidence this is already being done by companies and organisations that have bought data from the DHSC, having identified individuals whose medical histories are of particular interest. Continue reading. Data protection NHS Privacy Health Healthcare industry UK news