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Anonymous Takes Down 1,000 Israeli Government and Business Websites

Anonymous has launched a new cyberattack campaign against Israel called #OpSaveGaza, taking down over thousand Israeli websitesAnonHQ

Hacker collective Anonymous has announced that it has taken down over a thousand of crucial Israeli websites in a huge new coordinated cyber-attack called… 398 more words

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Gotham Security Daily Threat Alerts

July 18, Softpedia – (International) New Android ransomware locks device completely. Researchers at Lookout identified a new piece of Android ransomware dubbed ScarePakage that infects devices by posing as a legitimate app on third-party Android markets and then locks the device and demands a ransom. 281 more words

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Juniper DDoS Secure Scales New Heights at The Shard

At our latest event at Europe’s tallest building, the iconic Shard, Hardware.com customers were able to see first-hand how to defend against flood and application layer distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks with Juniper Networks… 421 more words

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Has Big Money Ruined #Bitcoin?

This morning, CoinDesk posed the question, Will Industrial Mining Become the Next Big Bitcoin Investment Sector?. This comes only hours after a Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack against the GHash.io mining pool, in response to the threat of a 51% attack against the Bitcoin netork. 75 more words

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DDoS attacks on smaller credit unions

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written by Pierluigi Stella

When it comes to specific DDos Attacks and whether they cause any implications for smaller FIs, the jury is still out.  124 more words

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Feedly, Evernote And Others Become Latest Victims Of DDoS Attacks

Who have the DDoS attackers not hit? That’s the question. This morning, RSS reader and feed-syncing platform Feedly is being hit by a distributed denial-of-service attack, where again the criminals are attempting to extort money in return for returning the service to normal operations. 731 more words

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  1. Website Exploitation
  2. Web App Exploitation
  3. Website Defacement
  4. Cyber Extortion
  5. Document Extraction 
  6. Anti Computer Forensics
  7. Content Removal – links, documents, text, images
  8. EMAIL Hacking
  9. Social Media Account Hacking…
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