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Day: January 3, 2018

Criminal Underworld May Replace Bitcoin with Other Currencies

CyberWisdom Commentary: Bloomberg reported that because of Bitcoin rises, so too are other cryptocurrencies such as monero, ethereum and Zcash are gaining popularity and maybe a replacement for Bitcoin. “As a community, we certainly don’t advocate for monero’s use by criminals,” Spagni said. “At the same time, if you have a decentralized currency, it’s not like

6 Cyber Security Facts That May Surprise You

CyberWisdom Commentary: Today I came across this story from businesscomputingworld.co.uk that reveals top 6 facts that may surprise you and a revealing fact that the most expensive virus ever generated for its damage that is predicted to be around $38.5 billion. Read more and find out the Top 6 revealing facts… All rights reserved Engaging

Flaw In Your Browser – Allows 3rd-Party Steal Your Saved Passwords for 11 years!

CyberWisdom Commentary: A recent story from thehackernews.com dissects how marketing companies, as well as malicious actors, had exploited an 11-year-old bug your browser that allows them to steal your email address for advertisement and or hacking intent Security researchers have found that marketing companies are already beginning to exploit an 11-year-old bug in the browser’s built-in password manager,

Still not automatic…Use AI intelligently in cybersecurity

CyberWisdom Commentary: I couldn’t believe this story from information-age.com that outlines the truth about AI uses with cybersecurity.  I agree with Nick where he explains that AI has to offer is undoubtedly impressive, but it shouldn’t be taken as an indication that AI can be left to its own devices, fixing problems and eliminating threats without us

Use Sinkholing to Flush-out Site Attacks ?

CyberWisdom Commentary: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from wired.com defines how sinkholing works to detect and defend against botnet attacks on your site. Sinkholing is the redirection of traffic from its original destination to one specified by the sinkhole owners. The altered destination is known as the sinkhole. (The name is a reference