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Why is my Wi‑Fi slow and how do I make it faster?

https://www.welivesecurity.com/2022/09/13/why-is-my-wifi-slow-how-make-it-faster/

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CISA Warns of Hackers Exploiting Critical Atlassian Bitbucket Server Vulnerability

https://thehackernews.com/2022/10/cisa-warns-of-hackers-exploiting.html

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State-Sponsored Hackers Likely Exploited MS Exchange 0-Days Against ~10 Organizations

https://thehackernews.com/2022/10/state-sponsored-hackers-likely.html

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Final Thoughts on Ubiquiti

Last year, I posted a series of articles about a purported “breach” at Ubiquiti. My sole source for that reporting was the person who has since been indicted by federal prosecutors for his alleged wrongdoing – which includes providing false information to the press. As a result of the new information that has been provided […]

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Come to the National Information Security Conference in October, and see Smashing Security LIVE!

It’s been a few years, but I’m delighted to announce that we’re taking the “Smashing Security” podcast out on the road again. Between 5-7 October, I will be chairing the UK’s National Information Security Conference (better known as NISC), at Carden Park in Cheshire, UK. NISC attracts leading CISOs, CTOs, IT security/network managers, compliance/risk managers […]

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Violence-as-a-Service: Brickings, Firebombings & Shootings for Hire

A 21-year-old New Jersey man has been arrested and charged with stalking in connection with a federal investigation into groups of cybercriminals who are settling scores by hiring people to carry out physical attacks on their rivals. Prosecutors say the defendant recently participated in several of these schemes — including firing a handgun into a […]

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“Fake crypto millionaire” charged with alleged $1.7M cryptomining scam

A self-proclaimed cryptocurrency millionaire has been charged with multiple felonies for his alleged role in a scam that purported to sell a high-powered cryptomining machine called the “Bitex Blockbuster” that did not actually exist. James Wolfgramm (also known as Semisi Niu or James Vaka Niu) of Spanish Fork, Utah,  has been charged by a federal […]

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Oxford teen arrested in UK on suspicion of hacking

UK police arrested a 17-year-old teenager in Oxfordshire last night on suspicion of hacking. The boy, who has not been named, was arrested as part of an investigation by the National Crime Agency (NCA). He remains in police custody. Although at the time of writing no more details have been shared, there is speculation online […]

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Transacting in Person with Strangers from the Internet

Communities like Craigslist, OfferUp, Facebook Marketplace and others are great for finding low- or no-cost stuff that one can pick up directly from a nearby seller, and for getting rid of useful things that don’t deserve to end up in a landfill. But when dealing with strangers from the Internet, there is always a risk […]

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See how Pentera identifies and mitigates the risk of your most exploitable exposed credentials

Graham Cluley Security News is sponsored this week by the folks at Pentera. Thanks to the great team there for their support! Leaked and stolen credentials continue to pose a critical risk to organizations globally. In fact, 65% of breaches involve leaked credentials taken from the dark web and other sources. While threat intelligence tools […]

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