Airport WiFi Might Be Putting Business Travelers At Risk!

The purpose of the report is to inform business travelers of how insecure airport Wi-Fi can inadvertently put the integrity and confidentiality of their essential cloud-based work apps (G-Suite, Dropbox, Office 365, etc.) at risk, and to educate all other flyers on the dangers of connecting to unencrypted, unsecured or improperly configured networks.Continue Reading…

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ComplyRight Security Breach

Cloud-based human resources company, ComplyRight, said this week that a security breach of its website may have jeopardized sensitive consumer information — including names, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses and Social Security numbers — from tax forms submitted by the company’s thousands of clients on behalf of employees.Continue Reading…

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Microsoft is Offering Bounty Payouts For Finding Identity Bugs

Microsoft launched a new bug bounty program specifically aimed at identity services with bounty payouts ranging from $500 to $100,000.

Microsoft’s Identity Bounty  program will reward researchers for finding eligible bugs in not only its identity solutions, but also for security vulnerabilities in “certified implementations of select OpenID standards.”Continue Reading…

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Selena Gomez’s Email Hacked!

Susan Atrach, a 21-year-old New Jersey woman, was charged with hacking into the email account of pop star and actress Selena Gomez.  Atrach hacked into her personal photos and leaked them all over the Internet. How?! By searching the web for Selena Gomez’s personal information to answer security questions. And just like that, the hacker gained access to Selena Gomez’s Yahoo email and photos from the Apple iCloud.  This is a prime example of why password security is so crucial.Continue Reading…

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Ticketmaster Site Suffers From Credit Card Skimming

A recent breach at Ticketmaster was just “the tip of the iceberg” of a wider, massive credit card skimming operation, new research has found.  At least 800 e-commerce sites are said to be affected, after they included code developed by third-party companies and later altered by hackers, according to security firm RiskIQ. About 40,000 customers in the UK were directly affected. Continue Reading…

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