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Day: January 15, 2018

Apple updates iOS security guide

A must read story from helpnetsecurity.com provides things we don’t talk about on the new  iOS security guide to be safe harbor on cyber. This latest version includes more  advice on Apple Pay Cash, Security Certificates and Procedures, Touch ID and Face ID, Share Tickets, CloudKit End-to-End Encryption, TLS, Apple Pay, Online Payments, Apple Payments

China is reportedly raising the bar on its cryptocurrency crackdown

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: A recent story from cnbc.com compares things we don’t talk about but citing anonymous sources, Bloomberg quoted Beijing as saying it plans to prevent domestic visits to China and offshore cryptocurrencies, which allow for centralized transactions. Chinese authorities will also target individuals and companies that make market-making, clearing and settlement services

Bad News: Republicans Just Closed This Lucrative Cryptocurrency Tax Loophole

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from fool.com evaluates an interesting turn in that Like-kind exchanges changes in cryptocurrency exchanges, investors will have to report the capital gain or loss of the original currency as a federal tax return. No more Loop-hole. Because of the recently signed Tax and

FakeBank Malware Layered Obfuscation Technique Replace a Default SMS App to Stealing Highly Sensitive Data

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: A recent story from gbhackers.com educates a revealing new family of persistent malware, called Fake Bank, spreads across Russian-speaking countries and uses sophisticated obfuscation techniques to attack Russian banks to steal highly-sensitive information. The identified sample is mainly abuse of legitimate SMS and MMS-based management applications. This malware is devoted to

OnePlus site was reportedly hacked to steal credit card details

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: The thenextweb.com declares a hidden threat by anybody who used at credit card to purchase their flashy new OnePlus handsets from the company’s official site ought to immediately contact their bank: hackers might be out to steal your funds.  Anybody who used at credit card to purchase their flashy new OnePlus

Fun Side on Recent Chip Flaw – Meltdown and Spectre

Fun Side, Chip Flaw, Meltdown and Spectre   Fun Side, Chip Flaw, Meltdown and Spectre       CyberWisdom found a comic strip hosted by Security Boulevard. This is a Fun Side on the recent Chip Flaw – Meltdown and Spectre. Just want to share this with my readers… CVia the decaffinated observations of Nitrozac and Snaggy