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New Amazon S3 encryption and security features introduced

Amazon Web Services has announced the availability of five new encryption and security features for the Amazon S3 cloud storage service. These include: Default object encryption; Permission Checks; Cross-Region Replication Access Control List Overwrite; Cross-Region Replication with AWS Key Management Service; and A detailed inventory report that can be encrypted, and that includes the encryption […]

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Artificial Intelligence: A New Hope to Stop Multi-Stage Spear-Phishing Attacks

Cybercriminals are notorious for conducting attacks that are widespread, hitting as many people as possible, and taking advantage of the unsuspecting. Practically everyone has received emails from a Nigerian prince, foreign banker, or dying widow offering a ridiculous amount of money in return for something from you. There are countless creative examples of phishing, even […]

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Have you heard about Bitcoin multipliers?

Professedly, they are services that multiply any Bitcoin amount you send them by several times, and return to you the total amount in a mere hours. How do they do that? Supposedly, by taking advantage of bugs in Bitcoin clients and ventures: And why do they do that (and don’t take any commission)? Apparently, they […]

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Lack of proper security solutions is annihilating companies’ reputations

Businesses are not meeting consumer expectations around protecting personal information, according to a study conducted by the Ponemon institute across the U.S., U.K., Germany and Australia. Consumer trust 62 percent of consumers have been notified by a company or government agency that their personal information was lost or stolen as a result of one or […]

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Brother Printers Susceptible to Remote Denial of Service Attacks

Trustwave discloses an unpatched vulnerability in Brother printers with the Debut embedded webserver after numerous attempts to contact the vendor failed.   This post was originally published on https://threatpost.com/feed/. https://blacklakesecurity.com/brother-printers-susceptible-to-remote-denial-of-service-attacks/

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