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The hacks related to Apple involve a lot of complexities. Let’s review the time line: February 1st: Twitter’s Director of Information Security, Bob Lord, posted “Keeping our users secure” on Twitter’s blog. On a Friday. The weekend of the NFL’s Super Bowl. Lord explained that Twitter had been hacked, and that 250,000 accounts have had […]

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The United States Computer Emergency Readiness Team (simply known as US-CERT) is the latest bait phishers used to get users to install malware on user systems. US-CERT is a highly esteemed and trusted body of security professionals who tackle cybersecurity issues in the United States. They also work with security vendors to address vulnerability issues. With such […]

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Do you hate your job in IT security? Imagine being responsible for safeguarding the entirety of the United States against cyber attacks. Sure, it is a high-profile role, and you probably get a lot of free lunches out of it, but the stress must be impossible to swallow. Particularly now, when the likes of LulzSec […]

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