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A 33-year-old Nigerian man was sentenced to 27 years in prison in Southern Illinois for promising women across the country — including several in St. Louis — the love of their lives and then extracting more than $1. Read More….
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PORNHUB GETS HACKED: HACKERS GO AWAY WITH $20,000 INSTEAD OF EXPOSING USER’S PREFERENCES Porn sites have an amazingly huge number of subscribers. For porn site users, hacks of their preferred sites are nothing but nightmares. Everyone, including their family and friends, gets to know their squalid hobby. For Pornhub user were next on the list […]
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As hackers become organised crime syndicates, it’s time to go threat hunting instead of waiting to defend yourself
The past six months have seen the cyber threat landscape worsen rapidly. Hospitals are under siege from ransomware, breaches are increasingly moving to mobile devices and there has been a successful attack against a public utility. The cyber threats we face constitute a state of emergency, as attackers are pooling their efforts and establishing well-funded, […] View full post on AmIHackerProof.com | Can You Be Hacked?
Fifty years ago this week, Daniel Patrick Moynihan decried the unmarried status of the black family. The future senator crafted a document intended to address high rates of poverty in the black community. But he egregiously misunderstood data and history going back to slavery. He wound up admonishing black families, particularly single mothers. Read More….
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