Weekend Update

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


How to Sanitize Electronics During COVID-19 Pandemic

Usually when I am talking about sanitizing a computer, I am talking about irreversibly deleting all the personal data.  If you work on a computer, especially a SHARED COMPUTER, the keyboard and mouse needs to be sanitized periodically.  A keyboard can have more germs than a toilet seat, and is ...

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Weekend Update

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


Ransomware attack forces 2-day shutdown of natural gas pipeline

The US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) on Tuesday said that an infection by an unidentified ransomware strain forced the shutdown of a natural-gas pipeline for two days.


Crypto AG Fallout: Cyber Rivals Call the U.S. an ...

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Weekend Update

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


The Ransomware Victim that Hacked Back and Got the Keys to the Kingdom

The idea of hacking back against those who hack you has been called a lot of things. The terms “goofy idea” and “illegal” are some we’ve heard. But for a ransomware victim in Germany, you can add the words “sweet revenge.” And not just ...

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Own an E-Commerce Business? Here’s How to Secure Customer Data

A guest post from From Siege Media

Data breaches are more or less becoming commonplace. In the last several years, companies the likes of Under Armour, Home Depot, Equifax, and even Target have fallen victim to ruthless cyber-attacks, resulting in the loss of profit, reputation, and customers. 

This obviously has a huge affect on ...

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Weekend Update

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


Shock Treatment: First Disruptive Cyber Attack Hits the U.S. Power Grid 

Firewalls crashing, communications lost, and the realization that this was not a technology failure of the U.S. power grid. It was a first-of-its-kind cyber-attack that reveals the risks of our increasingly connected infrastructure. The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) revealed details of the new type ...

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Is Drug Kingpin Paul Le Roux the Inventor of Bit-Coin?

Paul Calder Le Roux, a brilliant South African software programmer who ran the most successful and largely legal opioid marketing networks called RX Limited, and morphed into running a huge illegal international drugs and arms dealing empire that has ever been seen.  Since his arrest in 2012, he has been spending time in the custody of the DEA, ratting ...

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