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IT Security Newsletter - 3/17/2020

U.S. Health Department Site Hit With DDoS Cyber Attack

The United States Health and Human Services Department's web site was hit with a DDoS cyber attack Sunday night to take it offline in the middle of the Coronavirus outbreak. Since the...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/16/2020

Radio.com users affected in data breach

Entercom, the second-largest radio company in the United States, has announced that it suffered a cybersecurity incident related to its Radio[dot]com domain. The company has found that in August 2019 an...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/13/2020

Data of millions of eBay and Amazon shoppers exposed

Researchers have discovered another big database containing millions of European customer records left unsecured on Amazon Web Services (AWS) for anyone to find using a search engine. A total...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/12/2020

Secret-sharing app Whisper shared secrets like last known location and actual password tokens in exposed database

Whisper, a mobile app for sharing those thoughts you'd rather not make public, turns out to be better at sharing secrets than...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/11/2020

FBI arrests alleged owner of Deer.io, top market for stolen accounts

The FBI on Saturday arrested the alleged owner of Deer.io: a Russia-based marketplace for buying and selling credentials for hacked accounts siphoned off of malware-infected...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/10/2020

Comcast Xfinity published the contact details of 200,000 customers who paid for them to be kept private

Nearly 200,000 customers in the United States, who thought they were paying Comcast Xfinity to keep their information safely out of the...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/9/2020

Cyber Command was worried that WikiLeaks dump would burn Operation Aurora intel, document shows

When WikiLeaks released a trove of diplomatic cables in 2010 on everything from terrorism to Russian President Vladimir Putin to computer intrusions,...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/6/2020

T-Mobile Data Breach Exposes Customer's Personal, Financial Info

T-Mobile has announced a data breach caused by an email vendor being hacked that exposed the personal and financial information for some of its customers. T-Mobile states that...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/5/2020

Verisign, Amazon patch zero-day vulnerability that utilized homoglyph characters

Verisign has fixed an issue that could have allowed attackers to register bogus domains by using homoglyphs in place of more common characters, due to research from...

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IT Security Newsletter - 3/4/2020

Let's Encrypt discovers CAA bug, must revoke customer certificates

On Leap Day, Let's Encrypt announced that it had discovered a bug in its CAA (Certification Authority Authorization) code. The bug opens up a window of time in which a...

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