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New US Electronic Warfare Platform

Schneier on Security

The Army is developing a new electronic warfare pod capable of being put on drones and on trucks.the Silent Crow pod is now the leading contender for the flying flagship of the Army's rebuilt electronic warfare force. Insiders call this cognitive electronic warfare ). It's hard to tell what this thing can do.

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Details of a Computer Banking Scam

Schneier on Security

This is a longish video that describes a profitable computer banking scam that’s run out of call centers in places like India. The scammers convince the victims to give them remote access to their computers, and then that they’ve mistyped a dollar amount and have received a large refund that they didn’t deserve.

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NEW TECH: DigiCert Document Signing Manager leverages PKI to advance electronic signatures

The Last Watchdog

Most of us, by now, take electronic signatures for granted. Yet electronic signatures do have their security limitations. As digital transformation has quickened, it has become clear that electronic signatures are destined to become even more pervasively used to conduct business remotely. Achieving high assurance.

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Supply-Chain Attack against the Electron Development Platform

Schneier on Security

Electron is a cross-platform development system for many popular communications apps, including Skype, Slack, and WhatsApp. The vulnerability is not part of the applications themselves but of the underlying Electron framework -- ­and that vulnerability allows malicious activities to be hidden within processes that appear to be benign.

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How to Dispose Outdated Electronics to Protect Your Identity

Identity IQ

How to Dispose Outdated Electronics to Protect Your Identity. The improper disposal of smartphones and computers is one of the most common ways for a nefarious character to access sensitive information that can lead to identity theft. IdentityIQ. Some even take a device from any manufacturer for recycling.

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LockBit ransomware strikes Foxconn Electronics of Mexico

CyberSecurity Insiders

Foxconn, an electronics manufacturer from Mexico, has released a press statement that it was hit by Lockbit ransomware in the last week of May and is recovering data through a business continuity plan. The post LockBit ransomware strikes Foxconn Electronics of Mexico appeared first on Cybersecurity Insiders.

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Delta Electronics, a tech giants’ contractor, hit by Conti ransomware

Security Affairs

Delta Electronics, a Taiwanese contractor for multiple tech giants such as Apple, Dell, HP and Tesla, was hit by Conti ransomware. Taiwanese electronics manufacturing company Delta Electronics was hit by the Conti ransomware that took place this week. ” reported a statement from the security company cited by CTWANT.