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One good thing about having a lot of Facebook friends is that you simply act as a honey pot when your friends click on malicious things. A few days ago I got a message on Facebook from a person I very rarely speak to, and I knew that something fishy was going on. After just […]

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Files allegedly containing doping information on FIFA soccer players were leaked online by the Fancy Bears (also known as APT28, Pawn Storm, Sednit, Sofacy, Tsar Team and Strontium) hacking group, as part of an “OpOlympics” campaign. The leaked emails contain information about soccer players using illegal substances or therapeutic use exemptions (TUEs). Apart from a […]

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    Catalan football club FC Barcelona confirmed their Twitter account was hacked Wednesday morning, following a tweet announcing the fictitious signing of player Angel Di Maria from Paris Saint-Germain. The attack happened right after on Tuesday FC Barcelona announced their plans to sue former player Neymar. The Brazilian allegedly failed to complete his contract and […]

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A UK business would have to spend £1.1m on average to recover from a breach – more than the global average of £1m. An NTT Security study of 1,350 non-IT business decision makers across 11 countries, 200 of which are from the UK, also reveals that respondents anticipate it would take, on average, almost three months (80 days) to recover from an attack.

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