Monthly Archives: August 2016

Leaked Pelosi Document Tells DNC How to Exploit Black Lives Matter Movement

“This document should not be emailed or handed to anyone outside of the building. Please only give campaign staff these best practices in meetings or over the phone.”  So reads one of the initial lines from a document hacked by … Continue reading

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The Rise of Cybersecurity Ignorance

Whenever I have a question about my smartphone, I ask my 13-year-old son for help. For me, a smartphone is simply a tool. For him and his generation, it is a prime focal point of life. A teenager’s reputation and … Continue reading

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Trump Crushes Clinton by 43 Points in Wikileaks Poll: Why This is More Important Than You May Think

Here are the results of the recent Wikileaks online poll which asked the simple question: “Who will you vote to become president?”   At first glance, many would dismiss this result as unsurprising. After all, Wikileaks founder, Julian Assange, makes … Continue reading

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Amazon Phishing Adventures: The Recent Rise in Amazon Phishing Scams

If you dive into the deep web, you will find why hackers want your credit card information so much. The answer is Amazon. As soon as criminals buy a fresh batch of credit card data, they go to Amazon to … Continue reading

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Only a Miracle Can Save Blackberry

Blackberry has painted itself into a corner. The company is betting all of its money on being saved by their new Android smartphone, the DTEK50. True, the company is rumored to be releasing two other phones later this year, but, … Continue reading

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Malware of Mass Destruction: Meet Nitro Zeus

Who needs nuclear weapons when you can bring down an entire nation’s infrastructure and kill millions of people from the comfort of your own home? That’s what it’s come down to. You can kill people and disable nations with a … Continue reading

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