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DocuSign says hackers accessed customer email database

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DocuSign says hackers accessed customer email database

Electronic signature service DocuSign said on Tuesday hackers had temporarily gained access to a database containing customer emails following a surge in phishing emails sent to its users. The company, which has about 200 million users, said the emails imitated the DocuSign brand to trick recipients into opening a Microsoft Word document containing malicious software. The breach comes amid heightened …

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WINDOW’S OPEN Microsoft Windows bug lets hackers take control of your PC by sending you a email

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WINDOW’S OPEN Microsoft Windows bug lets hackers take control of your PC by sending you a email

A WINDOWS bug could allow hackers to remotely take over your PC or laptop by sending an email which can attack your system even if you don’t open it. The alleged flaw could allow crooks to make changes to your device and steal everything you have saved on there. The terrifying problem lies in a security tool used in all …

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Why you shouldn’t trust the “world’s most secure” email service

To Purchase This Product/Services, Go To The Store Link Above Or Go To http://www.become007.com/store/ Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans If something seems too good to be true, it probably is. In the cybersecurity world, if something is said to be “unhackable” …

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Forty percent of Americans more cautious with email after election hacking

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Forty percent of Americans say they are more cautious about what they write in emails since last year’s cyber attacks against the Democratic Party, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Thursday. The March 11-20 opinion survey showed that a …

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Ex-Sunriver firefighter sentenced for hacking chief’s email

A former Sunriver Fire Department firefighter-paramedic who was president of their labor association was sentenced Tuesday to nearly 200 hours of community service, to be completed within three years, after he pleaded guilty to hacking the fire chief’s computer email … View full post on National Cyber Security Ventures hacker proof, #hackerproof

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Vietnamese students scammed by score-tampering offer via hacked university email

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Vietnamese students scammed by score-tampering offer via hacked university email

A hacker who gained control of a Ho Chi Minh City university employee’s email account sent fake messages, claiming he could tamper with scores in exchange for cash.
The scam was reported at the Ho Chi Minh City University of

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KnowBe4 Research Shows Eighty-Two Percent of Email Servers are Misconfigured

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KnowBe4 Research Shows Eighty-Two Percent of Email Servers are Misconfigured

KnowBe4, provider of the world’s most popular integrated new-school security awareness training and simulated phishing platform, analyzed more than 10,000 email servers and identified that eighty-two percent of them are misconfigured, allowing spoofed emails to enter an organization disguised as

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WikiLeaks dumps another trove of email, allegedly from Clinton aide

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WikiLeaks dumps another trove of email, allegedly from Clinton aide

Critics say WikiLeaks is helping hackers shape election coverage
U.S. accusations that WikiLeaks is helping Russian hackers influence the upcoming election hasn’t stopped the controversial website from dumping emails allegedly stolen from a Hillary Clinton aide.
On Monday, WikiLeaks released

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New Techniques Used to Target Business Email

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New Techniques Used to Target Business Email

An Internet-security firm Thursday offered new insights into the perpetrators behind an increasingly popular type of cyberfraud targeting small businesses, tracing the attacks to Nigerians involved in earlier types of email scams. In one variant of the scheme, SecureWorks Inc. said criminals break into email accounts and change bank-account information to capture payments intended for […]

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Turkey blocks WikiLeaks after mass e-mail leak

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Turkey blocks WikiLeaks after mass e-mail leak

The Turkish government has blocked access to the WikiLeaks Web site in the country after the whistle-blower organisation released nearly 300 000 e-mails from president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP). The country’s Internet watchdog, TIB, said an “administrative measure” had been taken against the Web site “after technical analysis and legal […]

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