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OneLogin Security Breach: Could You Be Affected?

Jun 23, 2017 / by Sung Cho posted in Cyber Breach, Security Breach

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It’s astonishing when you stop to consider how integral online communication has become to virtually every facet of our daily lives. Every day, consumers connect again and again to the internet with little regard for the inherent risks of all this activity. Security breaches, after all, are regular occurrences, and no one can ever be absolutely sure whether their data is safe from hackers and other malicious users. When a security breach occurs, it could often mean disastrous personal and professional consequences, costs made so much worse now that mobile devices are a way of life for the majority of the population.

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10 Things You Need To Know About The 'Biggest Ransomware Attack in History'

Jun 15, 2017 / by Sung Cho posted in Security Breach, Ransomware Attack

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It seems like another massive cybersecurity breach occurs every time we blink an eye. From Yahoo to Nintendo, it appears that no one is safe from the persistence of hackers determined to worm their way into existing systems and exploit them for their own ends. Security has never been more paramount than it is today, especially considering how prevalent technology has become in our everyday lives. So much of our sensitive data is kept on our computers and mobile devices as well as in the cloud. Users simply cannot afford to leave their data unguarded.

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The Evolution of DDoS

Mar 28, 2017 / by Sung Cho posted in Hacking Threats, Security Breach

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DoS and DDoS attacks are all over the news and becoming more sophisticated by the year. In case you haven’t heard of them yet, DoS stands for ‘denial of service’. This type of attack usually consists of a massive amount of requests sent to a website to view its pages all at the same time. This overwhelms the system with data and causes it to crash or become inoperable. As a result, the users of this site are no longer able to access it and carry out its usual uses.

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