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Human rights, cyber security to be part of Canada-China free trade consultations

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

The federal government wants Canadians to air their concerns about China’s human rights record as part of broad consultations on a possible free trade deal. Business leaders are also being asked to weigh in on a major cybersecurity issue: how …

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NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY UNIVERSITY OFFERS FREE CYBER SECURITY COURSES TO VETERANS AND REFUGEES FROM AROUND THE WORLD.

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NATIONAL CYBER SECURITY UNIVERSITY OFFERS FREE CYBER SECURITY COURSES TO VETERANS AND REFUGEES FROM AROUND THE WORLD.

NCSU Will Train Veterans And Refugees On How To Become A Part Of The $3 Trillion Cyber Security Industry.   National Cyber Security University (an online university) will offer 100% free scholarships to any refugee living in the United States …

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Ransomware Offers Free Decryption if you Learn About Cybersecurity

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Ransomware Offers Free Decryption if you Learn About Cybersecurity

In recent weeks there have been some peculiar new strains of ransomware spotted.
Take the Popcorn Time ransomware, for instance, which lets you decrypt your files “the nasty way” by helping the blackmailers spread their attack further.
If you can

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Cybercrime and the War on Digital Free Speech

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Cybercrime and the War on Digital Free Speech

The internet is increasingly a target for those who want to silence speech. An Oct. 21 cyberattack rendered social media sites like Twitter and Reddit and news sites like Fox News and CNN inaccessible to millions of users. Another attack

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Anonymous-linked journalist facing two years in federal prison urges Obama to set him free

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Anonymous-linked journalist facing two years in federal prison urges Obama to set him free

A US-based journalist facing a two-year prison sentence for conspiring with the Anonymous hacking collective has appealed to President Barack Obama to intervene in his case. California-based Matthew Keys, 29, who was previously employed as a social media editor at Reuters, was convicted last October after a 12-person jury found him guilty on three counts […]

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Rancho Cordova grads eligible for free community college – Education Week

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Reflex Math and 9 More Free Math Games for Kids

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Fire Crews Free Toddler Who Locked Herself In Bank Safe

Dramatic video shows a 2-year-old girl being freed from a locked bank safe by fire crews in Italy.

She reportedly scrambled into the steel time-lock box at the UniCredit branch in northeastern Vicenza on Thursday after getting bored while her mom spoke to a teller.

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Hacker holds the key to free flight

A security research and student claims to have developed a method that can enable him to board a flight across Europe generating fake boarding passes designed for Apple’s Passbook app. 

Method has been developed by Andrew Hariton, an 18 year- old computer science undergrad from the University of Crete in Greece. He told that he will explain the proof of concept at the upcoming “Hack in the Box conference” on May 29 event in Amsterdam. 

Hariton (@DaKnObCS ) revealed a bypass he claims to affect the ticket scanners used before passengers step onto the jetway to board a plane. Anyone with knowledge of the bypass can board a plane from a European Union airport to a destination of their choice by creating a fake boarding pass within Apple’ s Passbook app, he said.

 He said the model used in all EU airports to check the validity of tickets was ” malfunctioning” noting they lacked ” direct access to the airliner database”, but wouldn ‘t be drawn on whether he tested his research by boarding a flight. 

Hariton said he developed a ‘simple ‘ technique to produce the boarding passes using CSS and Java within a web browser. The tickets could be passed to the Apple Passbook using an application programming interface built to allow software developers to pass tickets and coupons to the app.

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/hacker-holds-key-to-free-flight.html#.VnMX8MZ97IU

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DHS hacks businesses for free to test cybersecurity

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DHS hacks businesses for free to test cybersecurity

IndependentSECURITY journalist Brian Krebs first reported on the program, know as National Cybersecurity Assessment and Technical Services (NCATS). He reported that many in the private sector had never heard of NCATS. But the program is no secret. According to the DHS website, “NCATS provides an objective third-party perspective on the current cybersecurity posture of the stakeholder’s unclassified operational/business networks.” The agency’s site also mentions that the service is free. “NCATS security services are available at no-cost to stakeholders and can range from one day to two weeks depending on the security services required,” it says. NCATS is mainly composed of two programs. One, known as Cyber Hygiene, is an automated scan of a company’s network to suss out any known vulnerabilities. Another, called the Risk and Vulnerability Assessment (RVA),LOANS COMPANIES four to five security experts for a two-week period during which they conduct onsite assessments, launch targeted trial attacks and test incident response plans. The RVA program also orchestrates a spearPHISHING campaign on employees to see how often they fall for the fraudulent emails that attempt to lure people into clicking on a malicious link or attachment. An NCATS report from the 2014 fiscal year found that one quarter of […]

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