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A Fake Cryptocurrency To Teach About Scams

Posted by: Next Digital  |  May 17, 2018
the moral of the story is: don't believe everything you read on the internet. Much like a phishing, cryptocurrency scams lure you into buying something or give out your personal information, in return you are guaranteed high return on investment... or not. The SEC has created a cryptocoin that will help potential investors stop potentially fake cryptocurrencies and investment firms....
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Instructions for nuns on social media

Posted by: Next Digital  |  May 17, 2018
17th of May, 2018 - Today, there are almost 38 000 cloistered nuns around the world. The Vatican has included rules on the use of social media apps such as Twitter and Facebook within the Cor Orans, its guidelines for cloistered nuns. ...
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Endpoint Security Explained

Posted by: Next Digital  |  May 16, 2018
Everybody talks and tries to sell anti-virus, firewalls and virus scanners, but do you know what they are. Endpoint security and endpoint protection is something that have had leaps and bounds thanks to AI and machine learning, but also because malicious actors are becoming much more dangerous and frequent. Let’s take care of some of the confusions....
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Kaspersky opening Swiss data centre

Posted by: Next Digital  |  May 15, 2018
Kaspersky Lab is an anti-virus and cybersecurity company that has been in the news lately, mainly because it is based in Russia. Many countries have bans or are phasing out Kaspersky products as they worry of potential spying by the Russian state. To help calm fear, Kaspersky has announced it will be opening up its first “transparency centre” – a data centre in Switzerland that will hold and process data from its 400 million customers, worldwide. ...
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PGP and S/MIME email encryption are vulnerable to hacking

Posted by: Next Digital  |  May 14, 2018
PGP and M/MIME are widely used encryption methods to keep emails safe and secure. Researches in Germany have discovered a vulnerability that can let malicious hackers get a hold of plaintext versions of your emails. Other researchers have said, the issue might not be with the encryption method, but the email client not having proper safeguards. ...
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