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Month: April 2018

Beware – Dangerous IoT Attacks Leads Some One to Hack and Control Your Car

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Dangerous IoT Attacks Can Hack and  Control Your Car: I couldn’t believe this story from that discovers a revealing Internet of Things (IoT), which is responsible for connecting incredible things, now offers the possibility of connecting vehicles to the Internet. Therefore, by providing real-time information on traffic conditions, road

What you need to know on Big Windows 10 update on April 30

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on New Window 10 Update This story from reveals how Microsoft has promised to provide important updates to Windows 10 every six months, and this quarter’s update is coming soon. The company announced today the update of April 30, 2018 – quite satisfactory – and will arrive on April 30th. If

Malicious Payload Evasion Techniques to Bypass Antivirus with Advanced Exploitation Frameworks

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Malicious Payload Evasion Techniques, with Advanced Exploitation Frameworks A must-read story from thinks things we don’t talk about but advanced threats continue to evolve, have more advanced features, bring more pain to analysis, and can even escape advanced security software such as anti-virus software. This comparison is based on the

12 big encryption trends that will keep data more secure

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Encryption Trends A recent story from gives you how cybercriminals become more sophisticated, it is increasingly easier for them to circumvent security measures and obtain sensitive personal data. Although businesses and consumers ultimately have the responsibility to protect themselves and follow best practices, developers are at the forefront of

IT must patch against Total Meltdown now: The source code is on GitHub

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on Patch Against Total Meltdown: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from describes an interesting that the source code for Total Meltdown is a vulnerability Microsoft created when it tried to fix the original Meltdown defect on GitHub. A person named XPN cited them as hackers and

Police shut down the biggest DDoS-for-hire service ( and arrested its administrators

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on DDoS-for-hire service: What is most likely to be an overlooked story from declares an interesting article on European police have closed the world’s largest DDoS service,, which allows crooks to launch more than 4 million attacks. An international operation conducted by the European Law Enforcement Agency led by the

Why we should collectively worry about Facebook and Google owning our data

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: Today I came across this story from that argues an interesting on a large number of scandals concerning the shakeup of Facebook’s Cambridge Analytical Corporation, because we found that about 87 million users’ data were unknown to analysts in order to influence voters before the election. I feel that at

What the IRS computer crash can tell us about cybersecurity

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary on IRS computer crash: Based on public information so far, we have no reason to believe that a computer crash that caused the tax deadline of the IRS to delay the submission deadline is a job for hackers, foreign or domestic hackers. Even so, we can identify some valuable things for

A faked master key gives hackers access to millions of hotel rooms

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary: A recent story from says after “thousands of hours of work,” F-Secure researchers created a master key that can be used to access any room in the hotel using VingCard digital lock technology. The company stated that the master key dedicated to the Assa Abloy Vision system can be generated

Nearly half of UK manufacturers hit by cyber attacks could be US

CyberWisdom Safe Harbor Commentary According to an industry organization report, nearly half of British manufacturers were hit by cyber security incidents. The report calls for the government to pay more attention to the specific security needs of the industry. A survey shows that about 48% of British manufacturers admit that they sometimes encounter cyber security