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This week there's more discussion surrounding the Yahoo hack, the compromise of McDonald's Twitter account, the game of whack-a-mole that's being played with the Mirai malware, and more!
- The Hurricane Labs Foundry: Volume 2
Blog Post by Tony Robinson
- Cleveland Splunk User Group Meeting
Coming up! RSVP if you can make it.
- News in brief: Yahoo ‘was spear-phished’; McDonald’s Twitter hijacked; Samsung moots face recognition for payments
- Mirai is the hydra of IoT security: Too many heads to cut off
- US charges two Russian spies in massive Yahoo cyberattack (Update)
- Is It Hypocritical To Charge Russia For Hacking Yahoo When The US Does The Same Thing?
- Pro-Turkey Hackers Hit Prominent Twitter Accounts
- Malware Found Preinstalled on Dozens of Android Phones
- Facebook Bans Developers from Using Data for Surveillance Tools
- Home Depot to Pay $27.25m in Latest Data Breach Settlement
- U.K. industry warned that cybercriminals are imitating nation state attacks
- Defensive Computing for email attachments
- Nine Ways To Protect Your Technology Company From DDoS Attacks
- The Top 5 Security Functions To Outsource
- 61% Were Compromised by Ransomware in 2016. Here's How to Stay Safe
- LinkedIn Breach: Weak Passwords Are the Norm
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