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More Security boost up by OpenDNS by spending $35 Million

To boost up the cloud security service, the well-known DNS service has injected the $35 million into its system to supervise the domain name requests effectively. Around 50,000 users are utilizing the services of OpenDNS and almost 10,000 ventures are applying its security solutions. One of the security systems of OpenDNS is called Umbrella in which it provides the security from malware, spying, and spammers without finding out the user’s location or personal data. Read More….

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The Blackshades RAT Track Down Cases More Than 90 Arrested

The Blackshades crack down in process and by now, more than 90 people, who had connections with this remote access Trojan that is being used worldwide, are arrested.  They were involved in stealing data and spying on victims. The most important thing to know is that all this includes the Syrian dissidents. Read More….

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Recovering from the Heartbleed? Hold on as FreeBSD has more for you!

The issue with the FreeBSD has appeared as its denial-of-service and data outflow in its TCP ordering. Many of the TCP packets are appearing as the out-of-order in its UNIX kind of operating system. Until packets are not re-assembled or re-ordered, they will remain in the reassemble queue. In an email, the CEO of Threat Intelligence told that the OS is the base of the kit from many of the famous names such as PlayStation. Read More….

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No More Mobile Wallet App! User Information Deleted From the Services

LifeLock after discovering that its mobile app is not compliant with the PCI security standards, the company on Friday announced that this app is now not available at the popular app sites and it is going to delete all the user information from the app stored in the servers. The CEO and Chairperson of the company Todd Davis say that they have determined certain aspect of the app is not fully compliant with PCI security standards. Read More….

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White House calls for more privacy laws

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WASHINGTON (AP) — The White House is asking Congress to pass new protection laws that might include more protects for Americans’ information and give more assurances to messages looked for sometime during a law authorization examination. Online protection: Obama report diagrams the hazards, and guarantee, of ‘enormous information’ Christian Science Monitor White House takes a gander at how ‘Huge Data’ can separate Reuters The suggestions are around six offered by President Barack Obama’s instructor John Podesta in a report discharged Thursday. Read More….

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Espionage hacking grows, with more from east Europe.

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According to one of the most comprehensive annual studies of computer intrusions, hacking for espionage purposes is sharply increasing, with groups or national governments from Eastern Europe. Spying intrusions traced back in 2013 were blamed on residents of China and other East Asian nations 49 per cent of the time, but Eastern European countries, especially Russian-speaking nations, were the suspected launching site for 21 per cent of breaches. Though the overall number of spying incidents studied tripled to 511 from total in the 2013, most of that increase is due to the addition of new data sources, from east Europe.

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NullCrew Hacked into 9 more organizations

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Hackers of the NullCrew collective announced breaching the systems of nine organizations, on Easter. Earlier this month, the hackers also attacked Klas Telecom, a government contractor which admitted that its legacy helpdesk system was breached and that NullCrew gained access to some old customer data. From each of the penetrated systems, the hackers have leaked various types of data, including administrator credentials, email addresses, usernames, password hashes and server information. None of the other targeted organizations have mentioned anything about the incident, but the hackers have provided some details about their operation. In the case of the State of Indiana, NullCrew pulled off the …continue reading

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More Security products for Virtualizations are offered by ‘emt’ and ‘Catbird’

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EMT Distribution, the leading international value added distribution company announced that it is now offering security solutions from Catbird, specifically focused at virtualization. Catbird’s virtualization security solutions portfolio includes a complete range of solutions that can protect virtual environments from internal and external threats, replace multiple physical security gateways with virtualized versions, and provide a portable and secure virtualized desktop to endpoint users. “Visualization is playing an ever more important role in corporate networking environments,” explained Nandini Sapru, Director Sales at emt Distribution. “While it creates opportunities for hardware platform consolidation and cost savings, it also presents multiple implementation and …continue reading

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iPhone 6 with sapphire, Galaxy S 5 fingerprint scanner, Microsoft CEO dates more – Pocketn


Stories: – iOS 7 jailbreak released, just make sure to acknowledge the risks – Release of iOS 7.1 co. Get your free iphone 5 just for your opinion. You tell …

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