CyberSecurityMag

Founded in 2018, CyberSecurityMag is an award-winning online publication for small business owners, entrepreneurs and the people who are interested in cyber security. It is one of the most popular independent small business publications on the web.

KuCoin Exchange Hacked; 150M Stolen

KuCoin Hacked

Even as the crypto industry has gained traction, many digital currency exchanges are still vulnerable to attacks by cybercriminals. KuCoin, currency exchange for cryptocurrencies in Singapore, has released a security incident that led to the unauthorized transfer of about $150 million into digital assets. In a notice released last week, …

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Security precautions with financial companies in 2020

Security precautions with financial companies in 2020

We live in a world where technology plays a huge role in our everyday lives. Almost everything from payment to work is attached to computers. It is impossible to have a good job if you struggle with modern technology and as time goes, it is inevitable that modern technology will …

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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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Top 10 Most Secure Internet Browsers

Top Secure Internet Browsers

Successfully navigating the internet is important for anyone who lives in the modern world. Whether you use the top 10 most secure internet browsers for personal or professional reasons. You want a fast, safe and reliable browsing experience. Nonetheless, you don’t want to spend a fortune on the tools you …

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WordPress 5.5 Security Updates

Wordpress 5.5 New Security Features

WordPress 5.5 is named “Eckstine” in the honour of Billy Eckstine. It is available for download or update in your dashboard. Now you can choose to update plugins and themes automatically–or pick just a few–from the screens you’ve always used. Auto-updates for Plugins and Themes WordPress Automatic updates have been available …

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Google Chrome Vulnerability exposes billions of users to data theft

Google Warning: Zero Day Vulnerability was found in Chrome Browser

A vulnerability in Chromium-based browsers would allow attackers to bypass the Content Security Policy (SPC) on websites to steal data and execute dangerous code. The bug (CVE-2020-6519) is found in Chrome, Opera and Edge, on Windows, Mac and Android – and could affect billions of web users, according to cybersecurity …

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000WebHost Review [Free Web Hosting]

000WebHost Review [Free Web Hosting]

If you are going to start a personal blog or any kind of online project then hosting is the initial money-sucking component that you need to get. That’s because the price of a domain is $10 pretty much everywhere, where else hosting server’s price varies a lot based on features …

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APT29 targets COVID-19 vaccine development [NCSC UK Report]

APT29 targets COVID-19 vaccine development [NCSC UK Report]

Amid a race against time for the creation of the coronavirus vaccine, Great Britain, Canada and the United States announced on Thursday that they have discovered attempts by Russia to get into computer systems and get their hands on their research in this regard. This attack targeted three countries, namely …

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Twitter Accounts Hacked to spread a crypto scam; $118,000 stolen

Twitter Accounts Hacked to spread a crypto scam - $118,000 stolen

A number of high-profile Twitter accounts including @bitcoin, @apple, @JefBezos1 were hacked on Wednesday and used to spread a cryptocurrency scam. In the initial wave of scam posts, @bitcoin, @ripple, @coindesk, @coinbase and @binance were hacked with the same message: “We have partnered with CryptoForHealth and are giving back 5000 BTC to the community,” followed by a link …

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