FCC’s Ajit Pai labels California net neutrality law ‘illegal’

Suggesting that the FCC would pull federal rank over state’s rights, he reminded his well-heeled audience: “In fact, just last week, the US Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit reaffirmed the… Read the original post: FCC’s Ajit Pai labels California net neutrality law ‘illegal’ No input file...

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Newegg fell victim to month-long card skimming hack

Newegg has since removed the code, but it’s not certain how many people have been affected. We’ve asked the company for comment. In an email to customers, it said it had “not yet determined”… View original post here: Newegg fell victim to month-long card skimming hack No input file...

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California may ban terrible default passwords on connected devices

If a device requires you to sign in, manufacturers will either have to use unique preprogrammed passwords — see ya never, username: admin/password: admin — or make you change the credentials the… Excerpt from: California may ban terrible default passwords on connected devices No input file...

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Kelihos botnet operator pleads guilty to hacking and fraud charges

Sentencing isn’t scheduled until September 6th, 2019, although Levashov will remain “detained” until then. Spanish authorities arrested him in April 2017 (his wife incorrectly attributed it to… Here is the original post: Kelihos botnet operator pleads guilty to hacking and fraud...

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British Airways hackers used same tools behind Ticketmaster breach

RiskIQ also suspected that BA may have fallen victim earlier than claimed. While the air carrier said the data was compromised starting August 21st, Magecart received the SSL certificate used in… Link: British Airways hackers used same tools behind Ticketmaster...

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