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Dancho Danchev’s Disappearance – 2010 – Official Complaint Against Republic of Bulgaria – Part Four

Security Boulevard

Related posts: Dancho Danchev's Disappearance - 2010 - Official Complaint Against Republic of Bulgaria - Part Three. Dancho Danchev's Disappearance - 2010 - Official Complaint Against Republic of Bulgaria - Part Two. Dancho Danchev's Disappearance - 2010 - Official Complaint Against Republic of Bulgaria. Dear friends. .

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Ask Fitis, the Bear: Real Crooks Sign Their Malware

Krebs on Security

Fitis’s real-life identity was exposed in 2010 after two of the biggest sponsors of pharmaceutical spam went to war with each other, and large volumes of internal documents, emails and chat records seized from both spam empires were leaked to this author. My fingerprints change beyond recognition every few days. Image: Archive.org.

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Cloud Security Podcast by Google?—?Popular Episodes by Topic

Anton on Security

Popular Episodes by Topic This is simply a post that categorizes our podcast episodes by topic and then by download/listen count. Data security “Data Security in the Cloud“ “Modern Data Security Approaches: Is Cloud More Secure?”

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Bitdefender Releases Free Decryptor for MortalKombat Ransomware Strain

The Hacker News

Xorist, detected since 2010, is distributed as a It's based on commodity ransomware dubbed Xorist and has been observed in attacks targeting entities in the U.S., the Philippines, the U.K., and Turkey.

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Hacking Pickleball

Schneier on Security

I don’t understand pickleball at all, so that explanation doesn’t make a lot of sense to me. (I I watched a video explaining the shot; that helped somewhat.) But it looks like an excellent example.

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How China Uses Stolen US Personnel Data

Schneier on Security

Interesting analysis of China’s efforts to identify US spies: By about 2010, two former CIA officials recalled, the Chinese security services had instituted a sophisticated travel intelligence program, developing databases that tracked flights and passenger lists for espionage purposes. intelligence agencies.

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How security leaders can effectively manage Gen Z staff

CSO Magazine

Gen Z refers to those born between mid-to-late 1990s and 2010, making them between the ages of 11 and 28. In doing so, I had to educate myself on what they value and realized the many differences between Gen Z and previous generations. This means they grew up experiencing a much faster rate in which technology evolves.