Courtroom Confused by a Suspect’s Bitcoin Laundering Methods

In late January 2018, a 26-year-old from Pfaffenhofen, Bavaria, faced a judge at the Neuburg District Court for drug trafficking and drug distribution in no small amount. The Neuburg prosecutor accused the man of using the darknet to buy and sell hash and marijuana. According…

PlayPen Member with 5,500 Downloads Sentenced to Six Years in Prison

On January 18, United States District Judge Brian J. Davis sentenced a member of the darknet child abuse forum known as PlayPen to six years in prison. The defendant, a 42-year-old Jacksonville man named Jason Barnes, was found guilty following a September bench trial. During…

Protecting your Public Cloud after Meltdown and Spectre

In early January, researchers unveiled several major security vulnerabilities. Dubbed Meltdown and Spectre, these two vulnerabilities pertained to a hardware flaw in CPUs, including Intel, Qualcomm, and ARM processors…. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Protecting your Public Cloud after Meltdown and Spectre

Understanding the Attack Vectors of CVE-2018-0101 – Cisco ASA Remote Code Execution and Denial of Service Vulnerability

On January 29, 2018 the Cisco PSIRT learned about public knowledge of a remote code execution and denial of service vulnerability affecting the Cisco ASA and Next-Generation Firewall platforms and… VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Understanding the Attack Vectors of CVE-2018-0101 – Cisco ASA Remote Code…

ScImage Celebrates 25th Anniversary

LOS ALTOS, CA, UNITED STATES, January 31, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — ScImage, Inc., a leading provider of Enterprise PACS solutions, is celebrating 25 years of providing innovative imaging and workflow solutions to the healthcare industry. Sai Raya, PhD, founded the company in 1993 with private-labeled filmless…

Code Review Isn’t Evil. Security Through Obscurity Is.

On January 25th, Reuters reported that software companies like McAfee, SAP, and Symantec allow Russian authorities to review their source code, and that “this practice potentially jeopardizes the security of computer networks in at least a dozen federal agencies.” The article goes on to explain…

Indonesia prone to cyber attacks up to the year 2025

Tuesday, 30 January 2018, 11:15 amPress Release: Pacific Media Watch JAKARTA (Asia Pacific Report/Tempo/Pacific Media Watch): Indonesia is predicted to be prone to cyber attacks from this year until 2025, says a media communication and technology consultant. A.T. Kearney’s media communication and technology researcher Germaine…

Man Get Prison Time for Filming and Uploading CP to the Darknet

The Périgueux Criminal Court, in early January, sentenced a 31-year-old pedophile for sexual assault against four children and distributing child pornography on the darknet. The court followed the prosecution’s request and handed down a prison sentence of 10 years. Not only did he abuse several…

How Different Industries Can Use Artificial Intelligence – SiteProNews

January 29, 2018 By Sadesh in Business Technology It hasn’t been long since mankind first got exposed to mobile apps, and here we are today, sitting in the core of Artificial Intelligence that is poised to dominate the technological scenario in coming years. It wouldn’t…

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