Post-Snowden Paranoia Causes Changes in Communication

“Just because you’re paranoid, it doesn’t mean they are not out to get you.”

Since Edward Snowden’s revelations about the domestic surveillance activities of the NSA and other US and foreign government agencies, it turns out that many people have changed their online and telephone communication behavior.  accord to a recent post on Sophos:

“Out of those surveyed who are at least somewhat aware of the NSA’s surveillance programs (30% of adults), 34% have taken at least one step to ...

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What To Do If Your Identity Is Stolen

Identity theft is becoming commonplace, and many people are still confused about what to do when it happens to them.  Last year we had a couple of things happen that were concerning. The first instance was when we received a T-Mobile debit card that was ordered in a Safeway store in Silver Springs, Maryland, made out in my wife’s name, and mailed to our address in Bayport, MN.  We cancelled the card with T-Mobile off course and checked the three credit bureaus. ...

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US Announces It’s Game Over For Zeus Kingpin

Bogachev Wanted posterThe Gameover Zeus and related Neverquest banking Trojan exploits are one of the most truly frightening security nightmares facing small businesses and individuals.  These exploits allow a remote attacker to join you on an online banking session, and then transfer funds from your account after you thought the session was over.

The US State Department has place a $3 million bounty on the head of Evgeniy Mikhailovich Bogachev, The criminal mastermind behind the Gameover ...

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