The UN has claimed that junk email could be eradicated in two years - this audio discussion gives the reactions of some experts on the issue
By ZDNet UK
| July 20, 2004 -- 10:25 GMT (03:25 PDT)
| Topic: Security
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Company said it received a batch of compromised credentials related to the 2015 hack via its bug bounty program.
No love lost between security specialists and developers
Slack to reset passwords for tens of thousands of users
Slack says passwords compromised in malware infections and past breaches at other companies.
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Business email compromise fraud takes a massive toll, and it's not just bogus CEO emails you need to watch out for.
This strange new phishing attack uses a surprise bill to trick you into clicking
This data-stealing malware waits for you to click a mouse button three times before going into action
Cyber-espionage campaign is thought to be the work of Ke3chang, an ATP hacking group which has been active for ten years.
Microsoft notified 10,000 victims of nation-state attacks
Most of the attacks came from state-sponsored hacking groups in Iran, North Korea, and Russia.
US lawmakers troubled by Facebook's Libra due to 'pattern of failing to keep consumer data private'
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NSW government launches IDCare Identity Recovery Service
IDCare Identity Recovery Service available for 500 NSW government customers whose identities become compromised from a 'cyber incident'.