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Goverment Shut Down Effects Web Security
Goverment TLS Cets not renewed due to shutdown - Websites Down
Websites with expired certificates where admins followed proper procedures and implemented correctly-functioning HSTS (HTTP Strict Transport Security) policies are down for good, and users can't access these portals, not even to browse for basic information.
Government websites with expired TLS certificates but which didn't implement HSTS show an HTTPS error in users' browsers, but this error can be bypassed to access the site via HTTP.Goverment Shut Down Effects Web Security
China Hacking US Telcom Servers
Electronic Sensitive Information attacked by China hardware on TELCOM servers
The chip was uncovered by a security expert who was hired by the telecommunications company. The expert provided documents, analysis and other evidence of the manipulated hardware, according to Bloomberg, which didn't publish the documents with the article.
The report of the compromised server follows a Bloomberg investigation last week that said Chinese surveillance microchips had been inserted into Supermicro hardware used at Apple and Amazon data centers in order to gather intellectual property and trade secrets. Both Apple and Amazon strongly disputed the report, which cited anonymous government and corporate sources.China Hacking US Telcom Servers
Touch Screen PCs are easy to breach
Touch Screens PC log you passwords and user ids
If you're one of the people who own a stylus or touchscreen-capable Windows PC, then there's a high chance there's a file on your computer that has slowly collected sensitive data for the past months or even years.
This file is named WaitList.dat, and according to Digital Forensics and Incident Response (DFIR), this file is only found on touchscreen-capable Windows PCs where the user has enabled the handwriting recognition feature that automatically translates stylus/touchscreen scribbles into formatted text.Touch Screen PCs are easy to breach
FCC fines ISP $750,000
FCC fines ISP $750,000
he FCC's Enforcement Division found that at five conventions across the U.S., the Smart City network sent coded messages called de-authentication frames to devices connected to personal hotspots, such as those created by smartphones.
These messages were sent to Wi-Fi base stations to terminate connections. The FCC said that Smart City was trying to force users to pay its $80 daily fee for Internet connectivity.
"It is unacceptable for any company to charge consumers exorbitant fees to access the Internet while at the same time blocking them from using their own personal Wi-Fi hotspots to access the Internet," said the chief of the FCC's Enforcement Bureau.FCC fines ISP $750,000
IT Job Market Expands
IT Job Market expands to 3.4 million as CIOs and CFOs look to grow the size of the IT Function
IT Jop Market expands as CIOs and CFOs look to grow the size and sciope of the IT Job Market.
The question is will this trend continue.
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- IT Job Market Expands