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Mobile voting application vendor Voatz has been dismissed from HackerOne’s bug bounty program platform, according to a report on CyberScoop. Voatz — whose mobile voting app used in limited elections in a handful of states, including West Virginia and Colorado — has been under intense scrutiny over security concerns, and recently published studies by MIT […]

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How good are your sleuthing skills? Do you savor Agatha Christie novels and figure out who did it before the big reveal? If so, the skills you use to read a good detective novel may also help you discover the origins of cyberthreats. With serious threat hunting techniques (the kind taken directly from books and […]

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Owned by Japan Post, Toll has over 40,000 employees and claims to have a global logistics network that spans across 1,200 locations in more than 50 countries. The company said it discovered a piece of ransomware on its systems on Friday, January 31, and rushed to disable some systems in order to contain the incident. […]

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