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  1. Cybersecurity firm Qualys likely latest victim of Accellion hacks Cybersecurity firm Qualys is the latest victim to have suffered a data breach after a zero-day vulnerability in their Accellion FTA server was exploited to steal hosted files. In December, a wave of attacks targeted the Accellion FTA file-sharing application using a zero-day vulnerability that allowed attackers to steal files stored on the server. Since then, the Clop ransomware has been extorting these victims by posting the stolen data on their ransomware data leak site.
  2. By Charlie Osborne for Zero Day A pandemic is no reason for hackers to hold off cyberattacks against everything from government bodies to healthcare providers. Cybersecurity may be far from many of our minds this year, and in light of a pandemic and catastrophic economic disruption, remembering to maintain our own personal privacy and security online isn't necessarily a priority. However, cyberattackers certainly haven't given anyone a break this year. Data breaches, network infiltrations, bulk data theft and sale, identity theft, and ransomwa
  3. FBI: "The web-based client's forwarding rules often do not sync with the desktop client, limiting the rules' visibility to cyber security administrators." The US Federal Bureau of Investigation says that cyber-criminals are increasingly relying on email forwarding rules in order to disguise their presence inside hacked email accounts. In a PIN (Private Industry Notification) alert sent last week and made public today, the FBI says the technique has been seen and abused in recent BEC (Business Email Compromise) attacks reported over the summer.
  4. Windows 10 hacks: 11 hidden tricks to master after you upgrade. Your guide to taking screenshots, shutting down background apps and a useful battery-saving tip Whether you've been using Windows 10 for years or have only recently upgraded, there are plenty of new and old tips, tricks and hidden features to learn that will make using your laptop every day faster and smoother. For example, finding the secret Start menu and saving battery power with a simple trick. Microsoft doesn't typically publicize its hidden features the wa
  5. In what might be one of the most terrifying visions of the future the creators of Watch Dogs have released yet, a set of pranks has been unveiled. A crowded Los Angeles street has several unwitting victims filmed attempting to get their phones fixed. When they do, a phone-fixing shop owner gives them an app with unbelievable power. Each of the hacks you’re about to see can be done in the game Watch Dogs. The game Watch Dogs will be coming on May 27th, 2014 - until then, you’ll have to live the real life through these users. Warning: If you get easily agitated by camera crews tricking regul
  6. Hi, this is for Windows 8 and 8.1 Anyone know of a way to remove the default checkmark (tick) from the tick box labled "use this app for all (extension) files" within the "How do you want to open this type of file?" dialog box? (found by using "open with, choose default program..." right-click context menu in file explorer) By default this box is always checked, and creates unintended file associations if you do not uncheck it before choosing a program Would be less of a nag if it defaulted as unchecked, as in this image: thanks for any solutions found! p.s. for perspective, in older versions
  7. Rooting opens up your phone to a whole host of hacks and tweaks — but it can be a pain. Rooting can prevent some apps from working, and it risks exposing your phone to potential security problems. Fortunately, it isn’t a prerequisite for modding your phone. A surprising number of very powerful and popular hacks can be done on devices that have not been rooted. Read on while we take a look at the best of them. What You Need Even though you don’t need to be rooted, there are some technical aspects to these hacks. Some of them will need an unlocked bootloader, some use the AD
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