Netherlands’s security is at risk due to cyber attacks

Netherlands's security is at risk due to cyber attacks

In the Netherlands, the alarm about cyber attacks and ransomware propagation – a virus that once downloaded, encrypts files on the system – turns into a crisis “that endangers the security of the country,” Writes Il Fatto Quotidiano. The alarm was launched by three large Dutch cybersecurity companies (Eye, Hunt …

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How To Make a Website Fast and Safe? [Guide]

How To Make a Website Fast and Safe [Guide]

Having a website is nowadays a necessity for all businesses. Without a website, your customers will not trust you as much as they will when you have an official site. With digitalization, every business is now online. So even all your competitors, regardless of their size, at least have a …

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John McAfee, Founder of McAfee Antivirus, Dies in Barcelona Prison

John McAfee, Founder of McAfee Antivirus, Dies in Barcelona Prison

According to his attorney, John McAfee, the antivirus software pioneer who founded cybersecurity company, McAfee, was found dead Wednesday in a jail cell in Spain. A Spanish court earlier in the day ordered the extradition of Mr. McAfee in connection with a federal criminal proceeding in Tennessee. Since October, Mr. …

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Google Lost Its Argentina’s Domain After Someone Bought It for $5

Google Lost Its Argentina's Domain After Someone Bought It for $5

On Wednesday night, Nicolás Kuroña from Berazategui, Argentina, purchased ownership of the country’s Google domain for a mere 540 Argentine Peso, according to today’s exchange rate equates USD 5.81. The domain became available after its previous ownership expired the same day. This caused a temporary closedown of the search engine …

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3 Ways to Limit the Scope of Cyberattack

Ways to Limit the Scope of Cyberattack

A cyberattack refers to a deliberate system or network exploitation. These attackers use malicious codes to compromise, steal or leak your computer, data, or logic. Cyberattacks are made maliciously in an attempt to exploit a system’s weakness or vulnerability. These attacks are an increasing and dangerous problem for many businesses …

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533 million Facebook users targeted by a personal data leak

533 million Facebook users targeted by a personal data leak

Personal data belonging to 533 million Facebook users from more than 100 countries were leaked. The data, which can be accessed for free, may be used by cybercriminals to steal identities and scam or extort money from victims, according to Alon Gal, CTO of cybercrime intelligence firm Hudson Rock, which discovered …

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7 Innovations in Tech that can be used in Gambling

Innovations in Tech

Sports betting is a niche that is constantly improving. It’s like the Internet and programming, which also gets better daily. And here are the most recent innovations that can be used to make toto football betting on 22Bet much better. 1. Development in the Cloud In 2020,  the cloud solutions …

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Hackers leak Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Data

Hackers leak Pfizer COVID-19 Vaccine Data

Today, the European Medicines Agency (EMA) revealed that some of the Pfizer/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine data stolen from its servers in December were leaked online. EMA is a decentralized agency responsible for reviewing and approving COVID-19 vaccines and evaluating, monitoring, and supervising any new medicines introduced to the EU. “The ongoing …

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ProtonMail [Review]

ProtonMail Review

ProtonMail is the world’s largest secure email service, developed by CERN and MIT scientists. They are open source and protected by Swiss privacy law. Here is a ProtonMail review so you can easily see the pluses and the minuses of this service. ProtonMail Review As you could have seen by …

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