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# cybersecurity News

May 16, 2019 by at News, Regulation, Tech
San Francisco has set the record as the first US state to ban the use of facial recognition technology. Per a report on Engadget, May 14, 2019, the state made the decision in order to protect residents from the government’s constant surveillance. With the pressure on regulators and government agencies on the...
A Verizon internet security report shows that state-sponsored hacking is becoming an increasingly larger part of global cybercrime, ZDNet reports, May 8, 2019. The Verizon report also showed that hackers prefer cryptocurrency to launder their stolen funds or to demand ransom payments.  State-Sponsored Hacking Becoming a Clear & Present Danger...
A hazardous bug was found on the TRON blockchain that could’ve disrupted the entire network by causing it to overload and crash. The bug could’ve brought the entire TRON blockchain to a standstill, as reported by The Next Web on May 6, 2019. Malicious Bug in TRON Smart Contracts The...
GitHub, a platform where software developers from across the globe discover, share and build software, is now being attacked by hackers who aim to hijack and encrypt users’ code for a Bitcoin ransom, according to a Vice report on May 3, 2019. Code for Bitcoin Per sources close to the...
While cyber attacks link cryptojacking and fingerprinting have become known to the masses, software supply chain attacks are also fast gaining momentum. In the latest, Barium, the mysterious Chinese-speaking cyberpunks orchestrating such attacks are advancing with each passing day, according to a Wired report on May 3, 2019. Rising Supply...
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