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Think Cops Are Locked Out of the New iPhone? Guess Again

Think Cops Are Locked Out of the New iPhone? Guess Again



Last week, Apple announced that starting with iOS 8, the company would no longer help police get some of the most sensitive data on your phone, including messages, emails, contacts and call history. And it’s not that it doesn’t want […]

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After Takedown, GameOver Zeus Banking Trojan Returns Again

A month after the FBI and Europol took down the GameOver Zeus botnet by seizing servers and disrupting the botnet’s operation, security researchers have unearthed a new variant of malware based explicitly on the same Gameover ZeuS that compromised users’ computers and collectively formed a massive botnet. GAMEOVER ZEUS TROJANThe massive botnet, essentially a collection of zombie computers,

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US Defense Contracts Targeted By The Iranian Hackers Again

A group of Iranian hackers has moved from the destruction of the political sites to a new specialty called Cyberespionage. The group of hackers called the Ajax Security team was working on a number of operations against the U.S based defense contracts. They also had the intention to target Iranians through software to get into the internet filters of the country. Read More….

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Credit Card System Of Affinity Popped Again!

It has been the second time the US Casino operator Affinity Gaming got it’s the credit card processing system hacked.  The company said that last month, the system that processes credit cards and debit cards of the customers was hacked but according to the evidence, no cards were compromised. A statement on April 28, 2014 stated that “Affinity Gaming and the IT experts there indicate no credit card data was stolen. Read More….

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HTC Attempt to Shine Once Again In Market

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HTC of Taiwan is ensuring better sales of its One M8 smartphones so that it once again dominates the market. In the third quarter of 2011, HTC topped the US market in contrary to that it faced 2 percent of its global share. Read More….

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NSA paid RSA again to release weaker Crypto Tool.

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NSA leaves no stone unturned to infiltrate and spy on. As online security tools, too, are designed in the way NSA deems fit for its activities. Top security provider firm RSA endowed its BSAFE cryptography toolkit with a second NSA- influenced random number generator (RNG) which will render encrypted communications very easy to be de-crypted by hackers and eavesdroppers, says Reuters.
 Citing soon-to-be-published research from several universities, Reuters said the Extended Random extension for secure websites allows attackers to work tens of thousands of times faster when breaking cryptography that uses the Dual EC_DRBG algorithm to generate the random numbers that populate a specific cryptographic key. 
Dual EC_DRBG is a pseudo- random number generator that was developed by cryptographers from the National Security Agency and was the default RNG in BSAFE even after researchers demonstrated weaknesses so severe that many suspected they were introduced intentionally so the US spy agency could exploit them to crack encrypted communications of people it wanted to monitor. In December, Reuters reported that the NSA paid RSA $10 million to give Dual EC_DRBG its favored position in BSAFE. 
Extended Random was a second RNG that is meant to add random generated key to make encryption more strong. However, in truth, the algorithm made protected communications even easier for attackers to decrypt by reducing the time it takes to predict the random numbers generated by Dual EC_DRBG, which is short for Dual Elliptic Curve, Reuters reported Monday.
 A professor specializing in cryptography at Johns Hopkins University and one of the authors of the upcoming academic report, told Reuters, ” If using Dual Elliptic Curve is like playing with matches, then adding Extended Random is like dousing yourself with gasoline”.

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US-funded Radio Free Europe again hit by hackers

  U.S.-funded Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty says its news services have been disrupted by a cyberattack for the second time in two months. The Prague-based broadcaster says the latest intermittent cyber warfare began Sunday. It says the attackers have been flooding computer servers with fake traffic from many computers infected with malware. The company experienced
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Delayed ‘Integrated Fixed Towers’ contract award slips again, perhaps by three months

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  border_security Thanks to the “lapse in FY14 appropriations and the US Government emergency furlough,” Customs and Border Protection has pushed off the announcement of the contract award for what is called the “Integrated Fixed Towers” program by as much as another three months. Read More….

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Long-awaited Integrated Fixed Towers contract award slips again, perhaps by three months

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  border_security Thanks to the “lapse in FY14 appropriations and the US Government emergency furlough,” Customs and Border Protection has pushed off the announcement of the contract award for what is called the “Integrated Fixed Towers” program by as much as another three months. Read More….

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Turkish Spring Protests: Turkish police clash again with protesters in Ankara and Istanbul


Riot police use water cannons, pepper spray and tear gas in clashes with anti-government demonstrators in the Turkish capital and Ankara hours after Prime Mi…

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