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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.  250th edition

It is nearly five years since I started curating this weekly Saturday cybersecurity news round-up.  I hope you are finding this column useful.


“Change Password”

[2022.03.17] Oops: – Instead of telling you when it’s safe to cross the street, the walk signs in Crystal City, VA are just repeating ‘CHANGE PASSWORD.’ Something’s gone ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


FCC adds Kaspersky, Chinese companies to list of potential threats to national security

The FCC has listed the Russian cybersecurity company and a pair of Chinese telecommunications businesses to its list of potential threats.


CISA Improves Email Notifications

Great news! We have completed improvements to our email notifications, consolidating multiple topics into a more streamlined product. These new ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Truly Unhackable? New Computer Chip Could Put an End to ‘Patch and Pray’

Does the term unhackable send you into fits of laughter? Or make you wave your hand as if to dismiss the possibility without needing a second thought? Before you do either of those things—again—consider this: a new computer chip remains unhacked after DARPA and ...

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Weekend Update

A quick Saturday digest of cybersecurity news articles from other sources.


Life after lockdown: Your office job will never be the same–here’s what to expect

A near-future look at what office life may become, according to changes make at the offices of property company Cushman-Wakefield.  When you return to the office everything will look very different, and that’s just the beginning of a set of changes to ...

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Take a Tour of the Dark Web Online

I am scheduled to take anyone interested on a Tour of the Dark Web, on Monday May 11 starting at 6:30 pm.  The Tour is being sponsored by Stillwater Community Education and offered on the Zoom platform.  You can register for the Tour here.  The class fee is $34.00.

Is the “Dark Web” just filled with Internet scammers, criminals, drug dealers and weapons merchants? The Dark Web ...

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