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Hackers Stole User Information From Popular Gold Dealer

Do you own gold? If so, and if you purchased it online, then odds are good that you bought it from JM Bullion, which is one of the largest precious metal retailers on the web. If so, be aware that the company recently announced that their network was breached, and as...

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New Phishing Attack Uses Unique Method To Avoid Security

Hackers are always looking for a new angle, and recently, they've found a particularly good one. Image recognition software is becoming increasingly sophisticated. So if hackers are interested in building a fake landing and login page designed to spoof some other...

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Toy Company Mattel Was Latest Victim Of Ransomware Attack

When you were growing up, your parents probably bought you all sorts of toys made by Mattel. From Hotwheels to Barbie to the full line of Toy Story toys and more, Mattel is a global force in the world of toys. In fact, they are the second largest toy maker in the...

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Update Adobe Acrobat Reader To Patch Security Issue

A lot of people have a complicated relationship with Adobe Acrobat reader. On the one hand, it's an undeniably useful piece of software and one of the most widely installed and used on the planet. There's simply no better and more convenient way to view PDFs, no...

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Cyber Attack Found At Gaming Company Capcom

Are you a gamer? Are you a fan of Resident Evil, Devil May Cry, Mega Man, Monster Hunter or Street Fighter? All of those games have something in common. All were developed by Capcom, a Japanese development company with offices in Japan, the US, and Canada....

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