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Day: January 5, 2018

Iran’s Cyberwar on Dissidents Could Infiltrate Your Mailbox

CyberWisdom Commentary: Nextgov reported that Iran’s crackdown on protesters may affect almost all those who come into contact with them, thanks to a complex internal police operation that is not only academics and dissidents but also those who deal with them or even only have a tangential relationship with those People. Well-known researchers at cybersecurity companies

Tax Scam Alert: The IRS Just Issued a New Cybersecurity Warning

CyberWisdom Commentary: I couldn’t believe this story from time.com that covers an obvious fact that we all know, But its good to be reminded again. While cybersecurity should be a year-round concern for small business owners, income tax filing season can bring some particular risks, according to the IRS. The agency says it has gotten

Professional-ISIS hackers may very well be Russians, claims UK intelligence report… citing single Telegraph article

This story from kaplanherald.com provides a revealing story that professional-ISIS hackers may very well be Russians, claims UK intelligence report… citing single Telegraph article. Read more… The heavily redacted report cited an October 2017 Telegraph article when noting that “some commentators have speculated that certain cyber-attacks, which have been widely reported in the media as

Difficult to Detect – Crypto-Miner Botnet Spreads over SSH

What is most likely to be an overlooked story from securityweek.com announces a revealing discovery by F5 that  Linux crypto-miner botnet is  spreading over the SSH protocol to mine cryptocurrency.  A recently discovered Linux crypto-miner botnet spreading over the SSH protocol is based on the Python scripting language, which makes it difficult to detect, F5