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Hackers Found Selling Access to 70,000 Company Computer Systems

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Cyber-security firm Kaspersky Lab says it has uncovered an online marketplace where criminals from all over the world sell access to more than 70,000 hacked corporate and government servers for as little as $6 each. Kaspersky discovered the forum after a tip from a European internet service provider. The market, called xDedic, is operated by […]

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China Might Have Gained Access to Indian Govt’s Systems

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Despite Digital India initiative, the focus on providing and increasing national cyber security and promoting safe digital practices have always been at the lowest of the barrel in priorities when it comes to India. The internet is usually the easiest way for any rogue nation or group to attack because of the comfort of remote […]

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Illinois families sue over transgender access to locker room – Education Week

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Schools Get Clarity on Transgender Student Restroom Access – Education Week

A federal appeals court ruling that Title IX protects the rights of students to use restrooms that correspond with their gender identity could have far-reaching implications for schools.

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New Online Tool Expands Access to School Climate Measurements – Education Week

Tracking factors like how students feel about their safety and well-being in school has been off limits to some districts. A new tool from the U.S. Department of Education will make measuring school climate widely accessible.

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IT warned to act now or risk losing access to vital online payment services.

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IT warned to act now or risk losing access to vital online payment services.

Online businesses in the UK are being warned by Bacs Payment Schemes Limited (Bacs) that they could be locked out of secure websites including those used to make salary payments, if they don’t act to update their systems. From 13 June, Bacs is adopting the new security, called SHA-2- SSL. At the same time as this change is being made, Bacs will withdraw support for older connection protocols to beef up security between connections. After 13 June 2016, only TLS 1.1 and 1.2 will be supported, meaning that IT departments professionals who want to access Bacs via Bacstel-IP or the Payment Services website to make or collect payments will need to have a web browser, operating system, and — if used — a Bacs Approved Software Solution that support these changes. It’s a significant shakeup that could have serious implications for UK businesses which use Bacs to make salary payments, and IT departments which manage back office supplier payments or payment collection by Direct Debit will be affected. This security update will affect everyone using Bacs to pay their staff and suppliers, or collect payments from customers using Direct Debits. In short, it adds stronger security to the way in […]

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Hackers find a way into your computer through remote access program

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Hackers find a way into your computer through remote access program

What if having a password to log onto your computer couldn’t stop a hacker from getting in? What if the one thing you overlooked, is leaving the door to your personal or business files wide open? There’s a remote access program that’s allowing hackers right into computers because of a lack of password protection on the user’s end. Documents with industrial information, plans for power plants, even confidential patient data, are all screens the computer user thought were only visible to them. “This is me live on their system,” said WPTV Internet Security Expert Alan Crowetz, www.infostream.cc. “I had full access as if I was sitting in South Korea in front of that computer.” The program, VNC, is one that many businesses and computer users have. It allows tech support to gain access to their computers and troubleshoot technical problems. ‘What VNC is, is a remote control program designed to put you in front of the computer,” added Crowetz. It’s a free and useful program, problem is, users are not protecting their remote access with passwords. Crowetz showed us how easy it is to look at someone else’s screen remotely. He downloaded VNC viewer, typed in an IP address and […]

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N.C. Law Restricts Transgender Student Restroom Access – Education Week

The state is the first to enact a law that will limit transgender students access to restrooms and locker rooms in public schools.

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N.C. Legislature Passes Restrictions on Transgender Student Restroom Access – Rules for Engagement – Education Week

Those restrictions are included in a bill that limits cities’ ability to pass local anti-discrimination ordinances. The bill, passed in a one-day special session, awaits the governor’s signature.

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Hacker Cracks Lumia Bootloader, Releases Tool To Grant Root Access For Custom ROMs

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Hacker Cracks Lumia Bootloader, Releases Tool To Grant Root Access For Custom ROMs

Microsoft and Nokia have done a great job of making Lumia smartphones difficult to break into at a low-level, but software hacker Heathcliff has just proven that it’s not impossible. He’s just released a great-looking tool called Phone Internals, and it can do everything from unlocking the bootloader to replacing the phone’s ROM. Heathcliff welcomes donations by those who’ve found the tool useful. Based on the introduction video, it seems that a lot of effort went into this, and unlike most tools of this nature, detailed descriptions are found everywhere to ensure that you know exactly what’s going to happen once you click a button. According to the “Getting Started” section of the tool, supported models include Lumia 520, 521, 525, 620, 625, 720, 820, 920, 925, 928, 1020, and 1320. If your model is not on the list, don’t fret: Heathcliff has said that he hopes to add more models in the future. Even if you do have an appropriate PHONE ROM or run custom software, this tool could be used to root the device and give you the ability to back up the entire thing. Options are given to back up specific partitions, or everything en masse. Later, […]

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