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The latest big budget release out of Hollywood takes on the very lucrative world of blackhat hacking with the appropriately named, “Blackhat”. Fortinet sponsored theaters around North America for a sneak peak at the movie and a look at h…
The FBI has provided more evidence : Speaking at a Fordham Law School cybersecurity conference Wednesday, Comey said that he has “very high confidence” in the FBI’s attribution of the attack to North Korea. And he named several of the sources of his evidence, including a “behavioral analysis unit” of FBI experts trained to psychologically analyze foes based on their writings and actions. He also said that the FBI compared the Sony attack with their own “red team” simulations to determine how the attack could have occurred
It’s time we kicked up our awareness of security issues 3 or 4 notches.
I am deeply skeptical of the FBI’s announcement on Friday that North Korea was behind last month’s Sony hack . The agency’s evidence is tenuous, and I have a hard time believing it. But I also have trouble believing that the US government would make the accusation this formally if officials didn’t believe it.
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A number of online services were impacted by what has been referred to by multiple sources as a redirection attack by Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) emanating from the Gigya CDN. The issue was described as follows: Gigya explained that earlier today at 06:45 EST, it noticed sporadic failures with access to our service