Crypto.com exchange robbed of cryptocurrencies – millions of dollars have been stolen by …

… the Crypto.com hacking appeared a few days ago. Some users reported unauthorized activity, and the exchange suspended withdrawals. Hackers …

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Tinder algorithm charging users more based on age – Computer Weekly

Popular dating app Tinder could have broken data protection and equality laws … making it a possible breach of UK data protection law as well.

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Biden Signs Memo to Boost National Cybersecurity – Infosecurity Magazine

… including multi-factor authentication, encryption, cloud technologies and endpoint detection services, will be implemented.

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Are next-gen payment systems a security threat? – Times of India

In the world of digital payments, both tokenization and encryption play a crucial role when it comes to securing data. While both the technologies are …

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What Are Decentralized Storage Cryptocurrencies and How Do They Work? – MakeUseOf

Data is also automatically encrypted when uploaded to the network. Encryption doesn’t harm or affect your data but keeps it super safe and …

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Homomorphic Encryption Market Size To grow at considerable rate during the forecast … – EIN News

Homomorphic encryption is system of encryption process that assistances to carry out the computations over cipher text to generate the encrypted …

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Pembroke Pines deals with ransomware attack – Sun Sentinel

Ransomware is a type of crime that involves hackers accessing computer networks and locking down information — and then offering to unlock it in …

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How Criminal Hackers Put on the White Hat – VICE

What do you picture when you read the word “hacker?” I always see Cereal, Matthew Lillard’s character, from the movie Hackers.

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North Korean Hackers Stole Nearly $400 Million in Crypto – OI Canadian

In 2021, North Korea’s hacking activity increased again North Korean hackers launched at least seven attacks in 2021 on cryptocurrency platforms, …

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The New Amateur Hackers: How Professional Hackers Are Enabling a New Wave of Novices

A growing part of that business is selling cybercrime-as-a-service (CaaS) suites that offer hacking tools, ransomware, stolen credentials and even …

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