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EDD Fraud: Class Action Suit Filed Against Bank of America Over Hacked Unemployment Debit Cards – CBS San Francisco

SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — A class action suit has been filed against Bank of America for its role in the widespread fraud involving California Employment Development Department (EDD) debit cards provided by the bank to people receiving unemployment benefits. KPIX 5 first exposed how hackers took advantage of people …

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FireEye not ready to ascribe SolarWinds hack to Russia – FCW.com

Cybersecurity FireEye not ready to ascribe SolarWinds hack to Russia By Justin Katz Jan 14, 2021   The cybersecurity firm FireEye said Tuesday that it has not seen enough evidence to positively identify the hackers behind the ongoing SolarWinds Orion hack to Russian entities. “We are not attributing to …

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Hack together your own e-paper smartwatch with this $50 open-source kit – The Verge

If you’ve ever wanted to be like Steve Wozniak and have your own custom-made, geeky watch, Squarofumi (stylized SQFMI) may have the product for you: an open-source, Arduino-powered smartwatch with a 1.54-inch e-paper screen (via Gizmodo). It’s called the Watchy, and both the hardware and software are completely customizable. You …

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How Privileged Users Become Privileged Targets for Hackers – Solutions Review

Who are your business’ privileged users? This isn’t an idle question, but instead one of the fundamental questions of modern cybersecurity. Without knowledge of your most privileged users, hackers can (and will) exploit those accounts, and inflict devastation.  According to a 2019 Centrify study, 74 percent of enterprises who suffered …

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Caroline Quentin on phone hacking and therapy: 'I'm not dragging a carcass of misery' – The Guardian

Caroline Quentin had never watched Strictly Come Dancing before she agreed to appear on the show. “I was aware of it and I’d seen clips,” she says. “But I never actually watched an entire programme.” She had been asked lots of times to take part, but was always too busy. …

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Parler data breach: Archived posts from Capitol riots could reveal platform's role in the insurrection – USA TODAY

CLOSE Conservative-friendly social media platforms are on the rise, as traditional ones likes Twitter and Facebook crack down on misleading or false posts. USA TODAY As thousands of President Donald Trump’s supporters swarmed Washington last week, one hacker archived their posts on Parler to help reconstruct the role the social media platform …

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Bloke’s ‘game-changing’ hack seals frozen food bags in SECONDS without any clips – The Sun

A MAN has impressed internet users after sharing a “game-changing” hack that seals frozen food vegetable bags in seconds without clips.  Philip Quinn, from Queensland, Australia, posted a TikTok video showing how his tying trick prevents any pesky peas from falling out in the freezer.  4 TikTok user Philip Quinn …

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What is the viral tortilla hack on TikTok & how do you do it? – Dexerto

Dixie D’Amelio has decided to step away from Twitter, deleting her account and sticking to Instagram and TikTok. But, will she make a comeback in the future? Here’s what we know. The rise of TikTok has seen the birth of quite a few new social media stars. However, there’s none …

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Esha Deol''s Instagram account hacked – Outlook India

Outlook January 10, 2021 11:29 IST Esha Deol”s Instagram account hacked outlookindia.com 1970-01-01T05:30:00+0530 Mumbai, Jan 10 (PTI) Actor Esha Deol on Sunday said her Instagram account has been hacked and alerted her followers to not engage with it in case they receive a message from her profile. Deol …

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Hacker used ransomware to lock victims in their IoT chastity belt – BleepingComputer

The source code for the ChastityLock ransomware that targeted male users of a specific adult toy is now publicly available for research purposes. Users of the Bluetooth-controlled Qiui Cellmate chastity device were targets of an attack with this malware last year after security researchers found a vulnerability in the toy that allowed …

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