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3 Tips for Retrieving Deleted Messages on Snapchat

Snapchat was invented for users to communicate through interactive messages, including videos and snapshots. This very popular and unusual messenger has two major features. First, it offers inexhaustible editing capabilities. Second, any content that the user sends to another person is available for a certain length of time, from 1 to 10 seconds. At the end of the expiration time or immediately after viewing, it will simply disappear from the mobile device. Because of that feature,

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Facebook will not notify more than 530m users exposed in 2019 breach

Company spokesperson said Facebook was not confident it had full visibility on which users would need to be alerted Facebook has not notified the more-than 530m users whose details were exposed on a hacker forum in 2019 and has no plans to do so, according to company representatives. Business Insider reported last week that phone numbers and other details from Facebook user profiles were available in a public database. The social media company acknowledged in a

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How to Prevent Child Trafficking: What You Can Do Right Now

How to Prevent Child Trafficking: What You Can Do Right Now

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning we may earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through our links, but this is at no additional cost to you. Do you remember your school history lessons? If you were excited to study facts about ancient Egypt, Greece, and Africa, you might recollect their outstanding architecture, unique traditions, and… slavery. Most people heard about human trafficking from TV-shows and movies. They might also think that

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The Best Employee Monitoring Software

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning we may earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through our links, but this is at no additional cost to you.  If you’re managing a team, you are probably faced with the question of how to monitor your employees’ work. During working hours, they can absent from work, do other things or even take a nap! The answer to this question is to use employee monitoring

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Free Phishing-Protection Solution Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak

Free Phishing-Protection Solution Amid The COVID-19 Outbreak

OhPhish Helps Remote Workers and Businesses Fight Phishing Attacks – From the Editors at Cybercrime Magazine ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., March 23, 2020 /ECCouncil.org/ As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic progresses across the world, cybercriminals are taking advantage of the situation resulting in a spike of phishing scams on remote workforce and corporate systems. While working from home helps the cause of social distancing, it introduces additional risks to the organization. With less protection on home networks, employees

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Beware Of GetYourStimulusCheck.com And Other Coronavirus-Themed Domains

The likely victims, and what they can lose. With people losing jobs and businesses closing shop due to the coronavirus pandemic, the U.S. government has decided earlier this year to release financial aid. This assistance comes in the form of a US$2-trillion monetary stimulus package with the implementation of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. To date, some 88 million eligible Americans have received stimulus checks amounting to US$1,200 per individual. And as

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Best 4 Apps to Spy on Your Boyfriend’s Phone Without the Target Phone

Best 4 Apps to Spy on Your Boyfriend’s Phone Without the Target Phone

Disclosure: This page contains affiliate links, meaning we may earn a commission if you decide to make a purchase through our links, but this is at no additional cost to you.  Best 4 Apps to Spy on Your Boyfriend’s Phone Without the Target Phone Do you ever get frustrated with your mate’s behaviour? Does your boyfriend or girlfriend leave you wondering if they may be seeing someone else or worse, cheating on you?  We all get

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Don’t Let Tax Fraud Ruin Your IRS Refund

Don’t Let Tax Fraud Ruin Your IRS Refund

Don’t Let Tax Fraud Ruin Your IRS Refund Here’s how to lock down your data this tax season Tax season is always a high time for scams that put our money and information at risk. But this year securing your data may be more important than ever, due to a spike in unemployment fraud. Millions of Americans have lost their jobs over the course of the pandemic, and states have seen a surge in unemployment applications,

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ASP Key Defender OC Pepper Spray

ASP Key Defender OC Pepper Spray

Here is a compact pepper spray device that helps you get yourself out of dangerous situations. The ASP Key Defender holds 6 x 0.5 second bursts in a compact container with a 10% oleoresin capsicum (OC) formulation with 2 million Scoville heat units. It is made of high strength aerospace aluminum. [where to get it] The post ASP Key Defender OC Pepper Spray appeared first on Spy Goodies. Check out more at Making Sense of Security.

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Another Tax Season, More Scams

Another Tax Season, More Scams

It’s the start of tax season. This is the time of year when we collect our receipts and tax forms and hope for a nice big refund from the U.S. government. Unfortunately, cybercriminals are also looking for a nice big score as well. This year is going to be worse than ever, as many people have been struggling to make ends meet during the pandemic and are really looking forward to that refund. According to an article by

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How Dave easily stalked Sarah through her phone

Before the pandemic, Sarah S. met her new boyfriend Dave through an online dating website. When they first met, Dave told Sarah that he wanted to stop using the website, so the two began chatting on the phone. Soon after, they started a more serious relationship. But this is when Sarah noticed some strange things happening. Dave would somehow know details about her private conversations with family and friends. These conversations took place on phone apps

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Vehicles Most Likely To Survive An EMP Attack

The 3 Vehicles Most Likely To Survive An EMP Attack

When it comes to disasters we all hope that our vehicle will get us out of dodge if needed… But, what would you do if there was an EMP attack? An electromagnetic pulse attack (EMP) is a burst of electromagnetic energy, it can be a natural occurrence or man-made. The problem is, there is no guarantee what will or won’t be damaged from an EMP. Our electric grid would likely be heavily damaged, if not destroyed

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Military Tips To Survive The Brutal Cold

“A man in the cold is not necessarily a cold man.”– Mike Tipton. Knowing how to survive is key. Tyson S. was a 30-year-old man from Utah who moved to a remote part of Alaska. He had been living alone after purchasing his cabin. His nearest neighbor was over 20 miles away. Beautiful mountains, rivers, and lakes separated Tyson from civilization. Yet, one mistake almost cost him his life. Tyson told police that his cabin had

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Vendor Email Compromise is Officially A Big (Seven-Figure) Problem

While the Solarwinds “sunburst” attack brought to light the compromising of a vendor, Vendor Email Compromise has been around for some time and now seems to be going mainstream. We first mentioned Vendor Email Compromise (VEC) back in late 2019. This method of compromising an email account at one company purposely to use it to attack a second company has been quietly evolving over the last 14 months. New data from Abnormal Security’s report, The Rising

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Phishing Scammers Send a Fake “Private Shared Document” as the Initial Attack Vector for Stealing LinkedIn Credentials

Phishing Scammers Send a Fake “Private Shared Document” as the Initial Attack Vector for Stealing LinkedIn Credentials

A new social engineering scam demonstrates how cybercriminals are both evolving their tactics while still using tried and true methods that just work to attain their goals. I’ve covered scams impersonating Office 365 I don’t know how many times. But it’s not very often you hear about a scam that uses LinkedIn as both its distribution medium and its’ credential target. Last month, victim LinkedIn users received a message from one of their connections (which proved

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Seesii M8000 Spying Bug Detector

Meet the Seesii M8000: a spying bug detector that can find hidden cameras, GPS devices, and other spying devices. It has 4 detection modes and a LED screen to give you feedback. The device has a portable design and comes with buzzer and vibration alarm to give you heads up. This anti bug detector runs for up to 10 hours on 1500mAh battery. It can detect mobile devices, GPS locators, wireless cameras, and other similar devices.

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US Government Exposes North Korean Malware

US Cyber Command has uploaded North Korean malware samples to the VirusTotal aggregation repository, adding to the malware samples it uploaded in February. The first of the new malware variants, COPPERHEDGE, is described as a Remote Access Tool (RAT) “used by advanced persistent threat (APT) cyber actors in the targeting of cryptocurrency exchanges and related entities.” This RAT is known… The post US Government Exposes North Korean Malware appeared first on Security Boulevard. Article Link: https://securityboulevard.com/2020/05/us-government-exposes-north-korean-malware/

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Cybercrime Bytes: Social Engineering Up, New Kevin Mitnick Videos, Security As Code

Weekly news that keeps you on the cutting edge of cybersecurity – Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief Sausalito, Calif. – May 4, 2020 — Social engineering attacks (phishing, vishing, social media, etc.) have risen significantly during the COVID-19 pandemic. We have seen sharp rises in the registration of domain names used to masquerade as legitimate sites. These come in many forms: unexpected money or winnings, fake charity and medical scams, fake apps and even impersonation. Forbes — Five

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AuthSafe Launches To Prevent Account Takeovers

Podcast interview with the founder & CTO at SecureLayer7 – Steve Morgan, Editor-in-Chief Sausalito, Calif. – May 8, 2020 Sandeep Kamble got hacked when he was 17 years old. The experience led him to self-educate on information technology and cybersecurity. Today he’s a global entrepreneur with an exciting story in our space. For anyone stuck at home in need of a dose of inspiration, you can listen to his story on the Cybercrime Magazine podcast. In

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Cybercrime Radio: Shark Tank’s Robert Herjavec, Girl Scouts’ CEO, $500K Phishing Victim

Who’s talking security on the Cybercrime Magazine podcast channel – Kayla Matthews Pittsburgh, Pa. — Apr. 20, 2020 Listen to all of the Cybercrime Magazine Podcasts here If you’re a regular reader, you likely depend on us to keep you updated on all the cybersecurity events worth attending. The COVID-19 pandemic — associated with more than 1.9 million infections so far — put in-person events on hold, so we’re now covering relevant podcasts for your in-home

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Fingerprint cloning: Myth or reality? PHONE, COMPUTER FINGERPRINT SCANNERS CAN BE DEFEATED WITH 3-D PRINTING

Fingerprint cloning: Myth or reality?

Phone, computer fingerprint scanners can be defeated with 3-D printing By Paul Rascagneres and Vitor Ventura. Executive summaryPasswords are the traditional authentication methods for computers and networks. But passwords can be stolen. Biometric authentication seems the perfect solution for that problem. There are several kinds of biometric authentication, including retina scanning, facial recognition and fingerprint authentication, the most common one. Everyone’s fingerprints are unique,… This is only the beginning! Please visit the blog for the complete

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Blockchain Security Alert, – Blockchain

An attempt to login to your Blockchain wallet was made from an unknown browser. For your security your Blockchain hasbeen locked because of attempts to sign in exceeded the number allowed. To unlock your account,log on to this link below: Click HereIf this login attempt was not made by you it means someone visited your wallet login page from an unrecognised browser.It may be an indication you have been the target of a phishing attempt and

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