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Thunderbolt Ports Can Leave Your Data Vulnerable

Thunderbolt ports are commonplace on many laptops today. They allow for high-speed connections for data transfer, video display, charging phones, and even the computer itself. However, as useful as Thunderbolt ports are, they also leave one’s computer vulnerable to hackers. Theft and laptops go hand in hand. They are expensive, can hold sensitive information, and

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Twitter Hack

Earlier this week, a massive Twitter hack occurred, involving famous individuals and high-profile politicians. These hacked accounts asked for bitcoins and offered to “double the amount” to “give back to the community.” Twitter, while conducting its investigation, has commented on the situation, stating that the hackers had specifically targeted employees who had access to internal

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A Dangerous New Keylogger is on the Market

“Mass Logger,” a new keylogger on the market, has the potential to become extremely dangerous for businesses and individuals. Keyloggers are a type of malware, usually found within phishing campaigns, that store all information you type into your computer. These malicious programs can lead to many of your passwords becoming compromised. Why is This Key

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Cybersecurity News Bulletin

After the death of Iran’s General Qassem Solelmani, the United States may end up dealing with some serious cyber-attacks.  Since 1984, the United States has recognized Iran as a nation that supports terrorism and terrorist organizations, which has led to previous conflicts between the two nations. However, after the recent assassination of General Qassem Solelmani,

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