Posts Tagged ‘Hackers’

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2019-03-14

Governments vs. Hackers

It is necessary to continue developing security measures, as the level of cyber threats grows every year. The new tender of the European Commission speaks about a program to increase cyber-resistance to Eastern Partnership countries. The European Union allocates more than 3.2 million euros for the development of this program.

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2018-12-31

Do ‘smart lamps’ open doors for hackers?

A person tries to optimize everything and make his life easier. Laziness drives humanity. A washing machine, a robot vacuum cleaner, smart homes have already been invented to help people. The developers strive to tie everything to the smartphone, so that they can manage everything in one click.

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2018-10-09

Has Your Computer Been Hacked? Know the Signs

Wondering if your computer or network has been hacked? Are you worried about malware or spyware?

Sometimes, computers have problems that have nothing to do with malicious activity, but hacking does happen and it is a growing problem. Visit the wrong website, open the wrong email or download the wrong app and you can find yourself with a host of problems. Risks run the gamut from someone ruining your computer to someone accessing your personal data, bank accounts and other crucial information.

It takes a computer forensics examination to determine whether you’ve been hacked and how it was done, but there are some signs you can monitor. If you encounter any of these, you [...]

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2018-10-05

Are Your Routers and Switchers Opening the Way for Hackers?

Network infrastructure devices – the routers, switchers, servers, firewalls and other devices that facilitate communications on yor network – can be prime targets for hackers. Almost all network traffic crosses these crucial devices, and if one of them is compromised a hacker can do serious damage.

For example, an attacker with access to your organization’s gateway router can control traffic going in and out. He can monitor, modify or deny traffic in any direction. An attacker with access to an internal switcher can control traffic within your organization. As the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Computer Emergency Readiness Team puts it succinctly: Whoever controls the [...]

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