Posts Tagged ‘NSA’

Elite NSA Hacker Guilty in Theft

A member of the National Security Agency’s (NSA) elite hacking team pleaded guilty Friday to illegally removing top secret materials.
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WannaCry Shuts Honda Plant

Japanese automaker Honda shut down production at one of its facilities for one full day as it removed WannaCry ransomware
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XP Under New Attack

Windows XP and Windows Server 2003 users on a global basis face potential attacks from another exploit stolen from the
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WannaCry Vulnerability Checker Released

In the aftermath of WannaCry, security researchers are trying to help make life easier to protect against the next attack.
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Agencies Amassing Zero Days

U.S. intelligence agencies are hoarding vulnerabilities and companies like Microsoft are saying: Stop. Intelligence agencies may thrive on their clandestine
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Cyber Defense: A Tale of 2 Movies

By Katherine Brocklehurst
What do the movies “Groundhog Day” and “Independence Day” have in common, and what can we
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Microsoft Patched Leaked Zero Days

Shadow Brokers posted online a set of tools belonging to the National Security Agency (NSA) and used to break into
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Cisco Fixes Zero Day, Other Vulnerabilities

Cisco cleared a bunch of vulnerabilities, including a Zero Day. The fixes focus on exploits released online by The Shadow
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After NSA, NIST Talks Cryptography

In a move to strengthen its cryptography efforts, the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) needs to increase its
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K-State Center Earns Security Designation

Kansas State University’s cyber security center earned redesignation as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Information Assurance/Cyber Defense Research.
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