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A hacker has been using links to a porn app to trick users into installing a new Android ransomware strain. The ransomware, dubbed “Android/Filecoder.C” has been circulating over on Reddit and the XDA Developers forum, according to Luka Stefanko, a researcher with antivirus firm ESET. The hacker behind the malicious code has been posting links […]

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Capital One is reporting a massive data breach affecting 100 million people in the US that exposed the names, addresses, phone numbers and email addresses they used on their credit card applications. A 33-year-old Seattle woman named Paige Thompson allegedly exploited a vulnerability in Capital One’s online databases to steal the credit card application documents, […]

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ProtonMail, a popular encrypted email provider, is warning about a recent phishing attack on customer accounts that may have come from Russian state-sponsored hackers. The attack attempted to break into ProtonMail accounts belonging to journalists at Bellingcat, an investigative news outlet. The hackers sent fake emails pretending to be ProtonMail’s support team, which asked recipients […]

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The 25-year-old Marcus Hutchins was sentenced to one year of supervised release for his past involvement in creating a separate malware strain known as Kronos. In 2017, Hutchins famously activated a kill switch to the WannaCry ransomware attack. The researcher who helped stop the WannaCry ransomware outbreak will avoid jail time for his past involvement […]

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(Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) The Justice Department has approved the merger of T-Mobile and Sprint under the condition that Sprint sells off several assets to Dish Network, so that Dish can become a viable fourth competitor in the US mobile carrier space. Under the deal, Sprint must divest its prepaid business, Boost Mobile, and […]

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A while back, I left the vast cesspool of mainstream social media for the weirder and wilder pastures of places like Mastodon (and yes, I’m very smug about it). The downside is that I often don’t hear about new fads unless something goes horribly wrong, which is exactly what happened when everyone had a collective […]

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