Apple Airport not on latest ‘Vault 7’ list of gear susceptible to factory firmware hack by CIA

The latest dump of “leaked” documents from WikiLeaks reportedly from the CIA details the “Cherry Blossom” firmware modification program, which allowed intelligence agencies to change firmware in a networking company’s factories — but Apple Airport hardware appears to be unaffected by the effort.http://appleinsider.com/articles/17/06/15/apple-airport-not-on-latest-vault-7-list-of-gear-susceptible-to-factory-firmware-hack-by-cia

UK’s fraud hotspots revealed by Which

Norfolk residents fall for dating scams while in Surrey it is financial investment fraud, suggests report.http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-40272732

Email As Top Threat Vector For Businesses

The ISBuzz Post : This Post Email As Top Threat Vector For Businesses appeared first on Information Security Buzz . Emails are the top target for cyber criminals to infiltrate businesses through phishing and spear phishing attacks according to the latest report from Barracuda Networks.http://www.informationsecuritybuzz.com/expert-comments/email-top-threat-vector-businesses/

Trump Will Reverse the Damage Done By Obama’s Cuba Policy

If “America First” means anything, it must mean preventing a virulently anti-American criminal enterprise from perpetuating its existence next door and reproducing itself throughout the… Read More The post Trump Will Reverse the Damage Done By Obama’s Cuba Policy appeared first on The Daily Signal .

Wikileaks revealed CIA Cherry Blossom framework for hacking Wireless devices

WikiLeaks released documents detailing the Cherry Blossom framework which is being used by the CIA cyber spies to hack into Wi-Fi devices. WikiLeaks released a new batch of documents belonging to the Vault 7 leak, the files provide details related to the Cherry Blossom framework which is being used….

Opposing Trump, conservative bloc demands reforms to internet spy law

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – An influential conservative bloc of Republican lawmakers on Thursday said it opposed renewal of an internet surveillance law unless major changes were made in how the U.S. government collects and uses American data, reflecting disagreement within the majority party.

Brave face: Forming a proactive response to WannaCry

The recent (and ongoing) WannaCry attack, a global cyberattack by the WannaCry ransomware cryptoworm, has targeted computers running Windows by encrypting data and demanding of users a Bitcoin ransom of several hundred dollars. To date, WannaCry, which began on May 12, 2017, has crippled at least….http://www.itworldcanada.com/article/brave-face-forming-a-proactive-response-to-wannacry/394027