From the Electric Frontier Foundation (EFF). Do you like what has happened to your cable and Internet service? In December 2017, the FCC voted to roll back the 2015 Open Internet Order, giving Internet service providers (ISPs) free reign to engage in unfair and discriminatory data practices. That decision did not end the fight for net neutrality, and now we have a chance to enshrine protections in a way the FCC cannot so easily dispense with. Tell your representatives to stand up for real net neutrality!
According to DARPA, air gapping computers and data is a security idea that has run its course and urgently needs to be replaced.
Young people are being talked into handing over their bank details with the promise of some easy cash.
We have been dealing with a vendor of ours for on-hold messages for many years. I send them a Word file with the hold messages, their studio records them, and they send us a wave file back which we upload into the voice mail console.
So, this morning at 5 am I received an email from that vendor with an attached zip file, suggesting that was a new wave file for upload. While I have my first espresso waking up, I use an iPad Pro to handle my email and forwarded to my tech team at KnowBe4. I never looked at the Zip file. I should have known better and use the Phish Alert button instead.
Waze users are helping intoxicated drivers to evade checkpoints and could thus be “engaging in criminal conduct,” say police.
So gotta read this! What happens when you click “agree” on that terms of service? The answer will surprise you.
New trick in phishing. Bleeping Computer learned of a strange phishing campaign which uses an unusually long URL – but why? Simply to confuse you.