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Cyber Security - Parsing The Cyber Security Landscape,proving you with Latest Information Security News, Trends and Information. Cyber Parse was created to provide knowledge to help everyone understand and deal with the ever increasing threats we all face by Cyber Crime (Malware, Social Engineering, Phishing and hacking). Our purpose is to provide the right information to our readers by breaking down and communicating knowledge relating to Cyber Crime, Cyber Security, Information Security and Computer Security, then using Risk Management practices to help translate the technical aspects of the Risks, Threats, Vulnerabilities and controls to reduce the risk into business language.

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    Millions of computers could be remotely hijacked through bug in firmware code.

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    This bug is a feature in 11 out of 12 scenarios Microsoft has rebutted analysis that suggested its Address Space Layout Randomisation (ASLR) technology could be exploited.…

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    Dept. of Justice lamely says 'winter is coming' for Behzad Mesri, aka 'Skote Vahshat' The United States' Department of Justice has identified a suspect in July's attack on Home Box Office, naming an Iranian national, Behzad Mesri, in an indictment unse...

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    iGiant didn't want to aid censorship, but $10bn in revenue is $10bn in revenue Apple has told the US government it cooperated with China's demands to block VPN services so it could get other concessions from the Middle Kingdom on human rights.…

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    MoD claims it's still committed but warns of 'uncertainty' Rising costs might force the UK to reduce its order of F-35 fighter jets, the House of Commons has been told.…

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    We're still not sure what's causing seasonal changes on some Martian slopes.

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    MP: Funny, you managed to contact customers when TfL put your licence on hold… Brit regulators, security agencies and MPs have slammed Uber for covering up the massive data breach of 57 million customer and driver records.…

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    If you need some practice buying stuff before the big day (Black Friday), Amazon has released a boat load of deals in these days leading up to it. What we've done here is simply filtered their list of current deals down to the tech categories we car...

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    "Chemical propulsion just doesnrsquo;t close the case in this scenario."

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    VA pilot study suggests many have liver flukes that are linked to rare bile duct cancer.

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    Are you in control? Comment  According to an old Chinese proverb: "When a wise man points at the Moon, an idiot looks at his finger." Google may have been hoping that you were examining a finger, not reading a Quartz story yesterday, which reveals how ...

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    Once upon a digital year… OneLife gears up for the future with delivery of 2017 transformation roadmap - and more to come for 2018 LUXEMBOURG, 22 November 2017 - In 2016, OneLife embarked on a digital transformation journey making it one of the early m...

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    "This tool will be available for use by the end of the year in the Facebook Help Center."

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    Americans who support net neutrality find that their voices don’t count for much.

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    The ability to boot DOS and other legacy relics is going to disappear.

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    Refunds for some MxM players; in-game coins for all (which won’t matter by Jan. 31).

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    Programming language makes some fuzzy big numbers Consider this an item for the watch-list, rather than a reason to hit the panic button: a math error in the Go language could potentially affect cryptographic libraries.…

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    Big Linux distros have pushed their fixes, but let's not assume everything auto-patches, OK? It’s time to patch Samba again - or turn off SAMBA 1, which is never as easy as it sounds.…

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    And cross your fingers: 'TBD' is the scheduled date for hundreds of PC fixes The world's top PC-makers have started to ship fixes for the multiple flaws in Intel's CPUs, but plenty won't land until 2018.…

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    Showcasing the latest innovations in Thermal Printing TechnologyTRUSTECH (28-30 November 2017, Cannes, France) - BIXOLON, a leading global manufacturer of advanced Mobile Label and POS printers, will be showcasing its latest range of dynamic printing s...

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