No one could prevent another WannaCry-style attack, says DHS official

The U.S. government may not be able to prevent another world cyberattack like WannaCry, a elderly cybersecurity official has said. Jeanette Manfra, the auxiliary administrator for cybersecurity for Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency( CISA ), said on stage…

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The Wrong Way to Talk About a Shooter’s Manifesto

Less than 20 minutes before a mass shooting in El Paso that left 20 people dead and dozens more wounded, the suspect gunman seemed to have published a manifesto on 8chan, the notorious internet meeting. If authenticated, it will be…

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Watch Robert Mueller’s Testimony Live Right Here

On Wednesday, former special counsel Robert Mueller will testify before Congress. More solely, he’ll field questions from the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees in two separate discussions. If you haven’t gotten around to reading the Mueller report yet–but earnestly, read…

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Security News this Week: Palantir Manual Shows How Law Enforcement Tracks Families

On Zoom conference calls across the US this week, brows grooved as the news broke that the video discussion fellowship had a flaw in its backend that have been able to utter intruders access to people’s webcams. Worse, Zoom seemed…

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Airport Facial Recognition, How Abusers Exploit Basic Apps, and More News

Stalkers have ways of tracking you even without fancy malware, airfield facial acknowledgment is becoming more common, and WIRED has some the recommendations on how to take the best good fireworks photos. Now &# x27; s the report you need…

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He Cyberstalked Teen Girls for YearsThen They Fought Back

Seth would disappear for a while but then resurface, concluding May even as she went through a batch of phone numbers. She relied only those few friends who’d endure by her. If she was home alone, she fastened the door…

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How Not To Prevent a Cyberwar With Russia

In the short span of years in which the threat of cyberwar has loomed , no one has fairly figured out how to prevent one. As state-sponsored hackers find new ways to inflict disruption and paralysis on each other, that…

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Your Google Calendar Isn’t Safe, an Eye-Controlled TV, and More News

There &# x27; s a new scam get after your Google Calendar, you can now control TVs with your eyes, and it &# x27; s time to get your smorgasbord of cell phone photos planned. Now &# x27; s the…

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A Top Voting-Machine Firm Calls for Paper Ballots

Election Systems& Software, which describes itself as the nation’s guiding elections-equipment provider, has vowed to stop selling paperless electronic voting systems–at least as the “primary voting device in a jurisdiction.” And the company is calling on Congress to pass legislation…

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Security News This Week: A Teen Waltzed Into Mar-a-Lago

Returning to work after a long weekend is always rough–especially if you have to deal with a tower worm onslaught or yet another disinformation operation on your structures! Which was the case in the security world this week. Despite dire…

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