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Pitney Bowes was hit with a ransomware attack this morning. Quote from siliconangle.com: “The ransomware attack, described by the company in a statement Monday as “a malware attack that encrypted information on some systems and disrupted customer access to our services,” was disclosed at 9 a.m. Monday morning.” Thanks to Michael Geiger for making this photo available freely on @unsplash 🎁 https://unsplash.com/photos/JJPqavJBy_k #cybersecurity #cybercorner #cyberattack #cybersecuritynews #cybersecurityawareness #ransomeware #cybersafety #pitneybowes #hackers #hackersnews #computernews


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Tag your friends 🙌🙌 Follow - @hack_of_shadow To know hacking tricks ,tips and memes.👍👍 Guess what? Nope! Hackers are some of these things, but not that’s not all. Not even close! - 🔥Follow @hack_of_shadow for more posts! ❤ Dont forget to check out my new updates. . Write it down in the comments below!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . . #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #infosec #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #_shiva_mani_ #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #programming #ethicalhacking #rootkits #information


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#NationalCyberSecurityAwarenessMonth Tip #15 In the world of IT security, threats are constantly evolving and shifting. It’s critical to stay abreast of the current (and hopefully future) threat landscape. If you’re not staying current, then you’ve already lost. Keeping up to date with security threats will help you mount more effective defenses and also help you educate your users by spreading the word about attacks and scams. (Source: www.esecurityplanet.com) • • • • • • • • • #alvareztechnologygroup #alvareztg #atg #salinas #monterey #santacruz #sanjose #montereycounty #techtalk #technology #ransomeware #cybersecurity #security #antivirus #firewall #msp #ransomware #managedservicesprovider #IThelp


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One of the differences between undefined and NaN. Tell me in the comments guys what's the most challenging javascript concept you have ever learned?


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A ransomware attack has hit Pitney Bowes, preventing businesses from adding postage to their packages. When ransomware hits a business, it encrypts the data on whole networks of computers. A ransom note is then posted to the computers, demanding you pay up, or see all your data destroyed. In some cases, the ransoms can reach over $100,000 and into the millions when a major company is hit. If you or your business is hit with Ransomware, NEVER pay the ransom! #ransomeware #techtip #techlife


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A virus can be downloaded via an attachment and immediately start working to shut down your system. Other viruses can be downloaded in segments to try to avoid your anti virus software. Some viruses may also be timed to start infecting your machine several days, weeks or months after being downloaded. Malware and viruses are always evolving. Make sure you are doing everything you can to protect your computer and network 📩 sales@teleco.ca #malware #virus #databreach #ransomeware #darkweb #cybersecurity #cybersecurityawarenessmonth #cybereducation #managedserviceprovider #msp #mtsp #hacking #phishing #smallbusiness #tbay #TAGnational #TeamTeleco


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Cyber Security joke of the week! Let’s have some fun after a hard working Monday! If you are a fun of cyber security, and want to change your career, find our Cyber Security Beginner course on happycactus.tech. #tech #techjokes #happycactus #womenincybersecurity #cybersecurity #womenintech #techpeople #technology #ransomeware #marketing911 #strangerthings #courses #onlineeducation #onlinecourse #onlinecoursecreators #creators


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That's amazing. Most of the people don't know it in my opinion, so learn it to have advantage 😁😅😀. Follow @webmaster_project for more fackin' advantage😎!Said with one word when you write the property in an object like that [example] the value of that property is gonna take the value of the variable example defined somewhere in the code.


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Ransomware detections are increasing daily. That's a good thing. But the ransomers may come across at any moment You should be aware of the existence of Ransomers and take precautions to prevent damage to your business and keep your money in your pocket. #HackerAcademyUK #cyberattacks #security #cyber #cybersecurity #cybersecurityawareness #cybersecuritynews #ransomeware


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It's interesting that on the place of the 3rd value you can write an expression which is gonna determine the value that's gonna be passed to the function at the 1st value. --- HOW WAS MY WEEKEND? --- I want to build real relationships with you - my audience, because of that I am gonna try to be more personal with you from now in my posts and on the stories 😁😁. --- I am gonna start with what I've been doing in the weekend. Soou, as every morning I wake up at 6AM, drink 3 glasses of water, do 100 push-ups (at once). After that take a cold shower and go to code on a hungry stomach (best time 😉). Yesterday I was coding for more than 10 hours but today is sunday so I was coding for 4 hours only. Today I went in the woods with my bike coz i love being alone in the nature. Only me and myself 😇. Peace!😍 --- What was the most exciting and interesting thing you did over the weekend? 😊😊 Tell me in the comments!😘❤❤❤


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An eavesdropping attack, which are also known as a sniffing or snoopingattack, is an incursion where someone tries to steal information that computers, smartphones, or other devices transmit over a network. - - - #60secclub is on! - 🔥Follow @hack_of_shadow for more posts! ❤ Dont forget to check out my new updates. . Write it down in the comments below!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . . . Follow - @hack_of_shadow . . . . . . Follow - @_shiva_mani_ Follow - @vamshi_ragipani . . #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #infosec #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #_shiva_mani_ #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #programming #ethicalhacking #rootkits #information


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Follow us 👉 @my7h_br4ck3r 👈 What is R.A.T? . . Suggest me topic below comment box..♥️ . . More hacking stuff is on the way..😍


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Follow @thahardsecurity For More Awesome Posts !!⠀ How Many of you intersted to be Network Security Engineer ? let us know in the comment⠀ __⠀ If you're A Complete Noob for netwoking you should start reading CCNA & CCNP Book to get yourself started with networking , Then Should Move on to CCNA Security , With Good Practice one can become a great network engineer within a year , if you want to know more please comment your question ⠀ __⠀ Follow @thahardsecurity⠀ ⠀ Graphic :- @flaticon⠀ __⠀ #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #coding #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #coding #ethicalhacking #rootkits #informationtechnology #technology #tech #computerscience #computer #developers #programming


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Sreelakshmi Suresh is a web designer from Kozhikode, Kerala, India. She is mainly known for her work designing websites in India which gained her media coverage as early as 2006. Sources have named other individuals as holding the titles of World's Youngest CEO and World's Youngest Web Designer. - - - #60secclub is on! - 🔥Follow @hack_of_shadow for more posts! ❤ Dont forget to check out my new updates. . Write it down in the comments below!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . . . Follow - @hack_of_shadow . . . . . . Follow - @_shiva_mani_ Follow - @vamshi_ragipani . . #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #infosec #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #_shiva_mani_ #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #programming #ethicalhacking #rootkits #information#google


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Tag your friends 🙌🙌 ,who use these lines 😂😂😂 Follow - @hack_of_shadow To know hacking tricks ,tips and memes.👍👍 Guess what? Nope! Hackers are some of these things, but not that’s not all. Not even close! - 🔥Follow @hack_of_shadow for more posts! ❤ Dont forget to check out my new updates. . Write it down in the comments below!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . . #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #infosec #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #_shiva_mani_ #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #programming #ethicalhacking #rootkits #information


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#NationalCyberSecurityAwarenessMonth Tip #11 For the most part, “antivirus” and “anti-malware” mean the same thing. They both refer to software designed to detect, protect against, and remove malicious software. Contrary to what the name might suggest, antivirus software protects against more than viruses–it just uses a slightly antiquated name to describe what it does. Anti-malware software is designed to protect against viruses too. Anti-malware just uses a more modern name that encompasses all kinds of malicious software, including viruses. (Source: www.malwarebytes.com) • • • • • • • • #alvareztechnologygroup #alvareztg #atg #salinas #monterey #santacruz #sanjose #montereycounty #techtalk #technology #ransomeware #cybersecurity #security #antivirus #firewall #msp #ransomware #managedservicesprovider #IThelp


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Tag your friends 🙌🙌 Follow - @hack_of_shadow To know hacking tricks ,tips and memes.👍👍 Guess what? Nope! Hackers are some of these things, but not that’s not all. Not even close! - 🔥Follow @hack_of_shadow for more posts! ❤ Dont forget to check out my new updates. . Write it down in the comments below!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . . #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #infosec #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #_shiva_mani_ #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #programming #ethicalhacking #rootkits #informationtechnology


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#deepweb |

Vivaldi, Firefox, Chrome & Plenty More Besides

##certifiedcybercrimeconsultant ##computersecurity ##internationalcybersecurity ##itjobs ##maleware ##ncs ##ncsv ##privateinvestigators ##ransomeware #@GregoryDEvans #blackhat #ceh #CIA. #CISSP #computerhacker #cybercrimes #defcon #hacker #hak5 #jobs #nsa #technology Web browsers are perhaps the most crucial piece of software in our everyday lives, with the exception of the operating system itself. Pretty much anyone with a computer uses a browser to access the worldwide web on a daily basis, so choosing one to use can be a complicated decision. In this article, we’ll tell you which are the best web browsers. Vivaldi is the clear winner of this comparison. Despite being packed with features, it has excellent performance. The customization options are almost endless, and since it’s based on Chromium, the Vivaldi browser can also make use of Chrome extensions. All this is paired with great security and privacy, which makes for a browser with no major downsides. Our criteria for this comparison are features, ease of use, performance, security and privacy. Although an internet browser might excel in one or more of these, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’s a great browser. For example, a great score in security often comes at the expense of privacy, and so on. For a more detailed look at each entry on this list, make sure to check out our browser reviews. Before moving on to the list itself, we’ll start by covering some of the basics, including what the terms “browser security” and “browser privacy” entail, as well as what a web browser actually is. The Best Browsers of 2019 Provider cloudwards rating What Is a Browser? If you’ve used a computer in the last two or three decades, chances are you’ve used a web browser. A web browser is simply a piece of software that lets users connect to the worldwide web. This is usually done over the HTTP and HTTPS protocols, which carry your actions and data to website servers and back. Before you make a choice, it can… See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/deepweb-vivaldi-firefox-chrome-plenty-more-besides/


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The Dark Web: A History Lesson

##certifiedcybercrimeconsultant ##computersecurity ##internationalcybersecurity ##internationalcybersecurityconference ##itjobs ##nationalcybersecurityawarenessmonth ##ncs ##ransomeware #@GregoryDEvans #blackhat #ceh #CISSP #computerhacker #computers #cybercrime #defcon #hacker #hacking #hak5 #ITSecurity #jobs #nsa #technology Before we can discuss the history of the dark web, first we need to understand what the dark web is, and how it is different from the deep web. The dark web (sometimes called Darknet) is a part of the world wide web that isn’t indexed by traditional search engines and so can only be accessed with specialized software. Because the dark web is hidden from search engines and provides anonymity to its users, its a hotspot for illegal or nefarious activity. You can find almost any illegal activity taking place on the dark web including the sale of drugs, hiring of hitmen, extreme porn, banned books and media, and so on. The deep web is defined as “the portion of the Internet that is hidden from conventional search engines, as by encryption; the aggregate of unindexed websites.” This sounds pretty similar to the dark web so far, right? That’s because they are similar in the sense that the dark web is part of the deep web, but the deep web isn’t necessarily the dark web. Confused? We’re here to explain. The internet you interact with every day via search engines is all part of the surface web. These websites have been indexed by search engines. The size of the internet is growing all the time and according to WorldWideWebSize.com the indexed web contains at least 5.31 billion pages. While the surface web accounts for the majority of internet traffic daily, it may surface you to know that it’s tiny compared to the size of the deep web. It’s difficult to come up with an accurate number for unindexed web pages but some estimates suggest that the deep web could account for 99% of the internet. It’s also estimated that the dark web only makes up 0.01% of the… See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/deepweb-the-dark-web-a-history-lesson/


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Google Dark Mode app roundup: Everything available so far

##deepweb ##hackerspace ##internationalcybersecurityconference ##itjobs ##nationalcybersecurityawarenessmonth ##nationalcybersecurityuniversity ##ncs ##ncsv ##privateinvestigators ##ransomeware #blackhat #ceh #CIA. #computers #cybercrimes #defcon #hacker #hak5 #Infosec #jobs #nsa #technology For years now, the Android community has cried out for dark themes in applications and the system throughout, all while Google continued to slap more and more white themes basically everywhere. Slowly but surely, though, we’ve been seeing more Google dark mode apps in tons of apps and services. Here’s every Google dark mode app available today including Android, YouTube, Calendar, Chrome, and many more. Nomad case for Pixel 3 Before we get into apps that support dark mode, why do we even care about it so much? A lot of it comes down to personal preference, as many users simply prefer the look of a dark interface. In the late hours of the day, a largely dark theme also helps out with eye strain. A huge plus on Android, too, is that, as Google has explicitly confirmed, it can save battery life big time. The reasons for apps to adopt a dark theme go on from there, and we’re glad to see Google dark mode finally arriving on apps. This list contains every Google app that currently has a dark mode, and the list will be continually updated as new ones are added as well. If we’ve missed any, drop a comment below and let us know! Google Play Store Dark Mode Update 10/10 One of the last major apps to lack an official dark mode following the Android 10 update has been the Google Play Store. As of October 2, a server-side update started rolling out to give the app a dark theme to all users. As per usual, the dark mode for the Play Store uses a dark gray color instead of true black, and it respects the Android 10 system toggle. Notably, there is no manual toggle for the Play Store’s dark mode. Google Voice… See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/deepweb-google-dark-mode-app-roundup-everything-available-so-far/


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#NationalCyberSecurityAwarenessMonth Tip #10 
You may have forgotten that you installed a particular app a while ago--and yet, there it sits on your phone, waiting for you to use it. Was it sitting in the background, all this time, collecting data and sending it to a nefarious destination? Malware accounts for up to 1% of all applications installed every day. That means there's a 1% chance that your device has been compromised by malware. One percent isn't much, but it's not zero. (Source: www.techrepublic.com) • • • • • • • • #alvareztechnologygroup #alvareztg #atg #salinas #monterey #santacruz #sanjose #montereycounty #techtalk #technology #ransomeware #cybersecurity #security #antivirus #firewall #msp #ransomware #managedservicesprovider #IThelp


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Thunderbird Will Start Using OpenPGP Encryption in 2020

##androidsecurity ##ransomeware #cybercrime #defcon The developers of Thunderbird, one of the most-used free email clients in the world, plan to implement OpenPGP support in 2020.Thunderbird used to be made by Mozilla, but the company dropped it a few years ago, and the community took over the project. The email client is still using some of Firefox’s infrastructure.Since Thunderbird is an open-source and cross-platform email client, it would make sense to bundle GnuPG software, but the differences in licenses make that impossible (MPL version 2.0 vs. GPL version 3+). The devs have to look for another solution, and the only to make it work is to add OpenPGP.Thunderbird users until now only had the option to adopt an add-on called Enigmail, which provides data encryption for both the email client and SeaMonkey. When Thunderbird migrates to a newer code, though, the Enigmail add-on will stop working.“We intend to identify and use another existing library that provides support for creating and processing OpenPGP messages, and we will try to reuse parts of Enigmail that aren’t specific to GnuPG. However, we’ll need to rethink several aspects, from user interface to trust models, to key management and key exchange,” explained the developers.The 2020 timeframe gives the Thunderbird team ample time to come up with a working solution that covers the existing Enigmail, for which there are more than plenty. Enigmail developer Patrick Brunschwig is also helping the Thunderbird development team make the switch.Mozilla Thunderbird 78 is expected to arrive in the summer of 2020, and the existing 68.x branch will be actively maintained until autumn 2020. *** This is a Security Bloggers Network syndicated blog from HOTforSecurity authored by Silviu STAHIE. Read the original post at: https://hotforsecurity.bitdefender.com/blog/thunderbird-will-start-using-openpgp-encryption-in-2020-21612.html Source link See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/cybersecurity-hackerspace-thunderbird-will-start-using-openpgp-encryption-in-2020/


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Tag your friends 🙌🙌 Follow - @hack_of_shadow To know hacking tricks ,tips and memes.👍👍 Guess what? Nope! Hackers are some of these things, but not that’s not all. Not even close! - 🔥Follow @hack_of_shadow for more posts! ❤ Dont forget to check out my new updates. . Write it down in the comments below!👇🏻👇🏻👇🏻 . . #hacker #cracker #ethicalhacker #cybersecurity #cybercrime #cyberattack #pentesting #dataprotection #infosec #informationsecurity #HiTechHacking #malware #bugbounty #kalilinux #_shiva_mani_ #exploit #hackingtools #cloudcomputing #cloudsecurity #ransomeware #zeroday #programming #ethicalhacking #rootkits #informationtechnology


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The Open Source Cookbook: Prepping Your Kitchen

##ransomeware #cybercrime #cybercrimes #technology Over the course of this adventure into the culinary world of software development, we have drawn comparisons between open source software and cookie recipes, and equated open source risks to spoiled ingredients. When cooking, it’s imperative that we prep our kitchen properly, stocking the tools and equipment, getting our timing and steps in order, soliciting any extra hands we may need, and cleansing everything of dirt, dust, and dog hair that may have wafted onto it throughout the day. As you might have guessed by now, I’m going to cleverly connect this to software; just watch.The Proverbial Software KitchenI’ve lived a few places throughout my life, and traveled to a few more. In that time, I’ve used my fair share of kitchens. All had some kind of refrigerator and cabinetry to keep my ingredients before cooking. All had some kind of oven, stove, or heating elements to encourage those chemical reactions that make much of my food marginally more edible. I’d add some pots, pans, utensils, gadgets, and dishcloths for cleaning in the sink. With a little bit of forethought, I was prepared to assemble any recipe my inventive heart desired.As with cooking, software development requires a well-equipped “kitchen” with tools, methods, and processes firmly established to create stable and secure software from an eclectic mix of custom code and open source components. Perhaps the “refrigerator” and “cabinetry” are your code repositories, which may be internal resources, commercial solutions you’ve licensed, or public resources like GitHub, for example. Maybe your “pots and pans” are package managers and build tools. Maybe your “oven” is your testing or staging environment. Perhaps your utensils are IDEs, and your gadgets might be your application security testing solutions. Regardless, your developers are making use of a rather complex software development environment, with many aspects… See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/cybersecurity-hackerspace-the-open-source-cookbook-prepping-your-kitchen/


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How to stay safe while using Airport WiFi

##ransomeware #computers #cybercrime #hacking The more people you share an internet connection with, the more vulnerable you are to data theft. That is why it is always safe to browse the internet from home or at the workplace where the networks are uncongested and secure. But you cannot hide in this comfort zone forever; you will occasionally need to use public internet such as a coffee shop or airport Wi-Fi. When that happens, how do you secure your data? Please read on to discover 5 tips on how to stay safe while using airport Wi-Fi. Be keen to note any suspicious pop-upsOne way of being logged while using airport Wi-Fi is through malicious pop-up screens. It could be a prompt asking you to sign up for “advanced free features”, to install a browser extension, or even to install some software that increases your device’s download speed. Although some of these prompts are legitimate, don’t sign up for any of them unless you are very sure that it is from a safe source.Note that as in any other public Wi-Fi, airport Wi-Fi is never foolproof. You should always check the name of the Wi-Fi you are signing into so as to confirm that it indeed belongs to the airport. While at it, you will be safer if you spare a minute to read and understand the terms and conditions that the network demands. What data does the network collect from your device? For what purpose is the data collected? Does the network have sufficient security measures to keep the data they collect from you safe? These, among others, are issues that you may need to check out first before logging into an airport Wi-Fi. Take charge of your own safetyHow strong are your cybersecurity measures? Before logging into unverified hotspots in the airport, first… See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/cybersecurity-hackerspace-how-to-stay-safe-while-using-airport-wifi/


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Online Identity Is Important: Let’s Upgrade Extended Validation

##hackerspace ##ransomeware #hacker #ITSecurity It’s time for the CA/Browser Forum to focus on the other half of itsmandateLet’s have a candid discussion about Extended ValidationSSL. What’s working. What’s NOT. And what can be done to fix it so that allparties involved are satisfied.But first, let’s zoom out and talk big picture. The vastmajority of website owners almost never think of SSL. They worry about it onceevery year or so when it needs to be replaced, but it’s not really a majorpoint of consideration. And even when it is, it’s on more of a macro level whenmanaging certificates at scale. Most site owners and organizations don’t careabout industry politics or what’s going on at some Forum in the same way thatwe don’t give a toss about what’s going on at the American Dairy Association.As long as there’s milk on the shelves we just assume everything’s fine.Right off the bat, we can admit that some of the argumentsput forth against EV are valid to some extent. But we also believe thatidentity is a major component of trust – a component that’s even more criticalon the internet. That’s why – in light of the complete lack of alternatives –we think fixing EV is a worthy discussion. We think this proposal is areasonable way to address most of the major criticisms leveled against EV byits critics.So, today we’re going to talk about Extended Validation andwhat can be done to fix it. Then we’ll propose several changes to hopefullykickstart a larger conversation.Let’s hash it out.Is Extended Validation fulfilling its purpose?Let’s start out with a quick overview of what specifically ExtendedValidation SSL is supposed to be accomplishing. This is the definition as itappears in the CA/Browser Forum’s EV Guidelines:The primary purposes of an EV Certificate are to:Identify the legal entity thatcontrols a Web site: Provide a reasonable assurance to… See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/cybersecurity-hackerspace-online-identity-is-important-lets-upgrade-extended-validation/


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Crackdown on ‘dark web’ leads to Massachusetts man sentenced to 6 years for child pornography possession

##certifiedcybercrimeconsultant ##deepweb ##internationalcybersecurity ##internationalcybersecurityconference ##itjobs ##nationalcybersecurityuniversity ##privateinvestigators ##ransomeware #@GregoryDEvans #ceh #CIA. #computerhacker #computers #cybercrime #cybercrimes #hacker #hacking #hak5 #jobs #nsa #technology A federal judge in Boston sentenced a Brockton man to six-and-a-half years in prison following a nationwide crackdown on child pornography trading on the so-called dark web, prosecutors said.Alex Levin, 52, was sentenced on Wednesday to 78 months in prison, five years of supervised release and restitution for possession of child pornography. He was convicted in May. Levin’s restitution is still to be determined.Authorities searched Levin’s Norwood home in 2015 in connection with a sweeping investigation into the use of the dark web as a trading place for child pornography, prosecutors said. They found videos and images depicting the rape and abuse of young children on Levin’s computer. Source link ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ See here: https://nationalcybersecurity.com/deepweb-crackdown-on-dark-web-leads-to-massachusetts-man-sentenced-to-6-years-for-child-pornography-possession/


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