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Cox Communications is investigating a possible breach exposing the personal information of 40,000 of its employees, according to Motherboard. “Selling 40k personal details of cox employs [sic],” reads a listing on the dark Web forum The Real Deal Market.The database includes names, email addresses and other information that seems to be genuine, according to a […]

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Kankakee Valley REMC reported a possible data breach after a cybersecurity audit revealed a foreign Internet Protocol address had accessed a storage device on the cooperative’s network. How many victims? 17,700 Kankakee Valley REMC members What type of information? Members’ names, addresses, phone numbers, Kankakee Valley REMC location numbers, Kankakee Valley REMC member numbers and […]

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Spoofing – whether in the form of DNS, legitimate email notification, IP, address bar – is a common part of Web threats. We’ve seen its several incarnations in the past, but we recently found a technique known as header spoofing, which puts a different spin on evading detection.Header spoofing is when a URL appears to […]

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