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Most wireless carriers in the United States are vulnerable to SIM swapping attacks and lack proper procedures to fend off hackers and other bad actors, Princeton researchers have found. SIM swapping became a popular attack method during the Bitcoin boom as hackers targeted Bitcoin wallets protected by SMS two-factor authentication (2FA). It took off and […]

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Several new cybersecurity regulations will enter the playing field in 2018.

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Dutch IT security consultancy/service provider Fox-IT has revealed on Thursday that it has suffered a security breach, which resulted in some files and emails sent by the company’s customers to be intercepted by an unknown attacker.

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