Category: Security

Clinton and Trump Go At It Over Russian Hacking and leaked Emails

Recently, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton said that Donald Trump gave Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin permission to hack the U.S. “Putin has let loose cyber attackers to hack into government files, to hack into personal files, hack into the Democratic National Committee. But we will defend the citizens of this country, and the Russians need to understand that. I think they’ve been treating it as almost a probing, how far will …
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What’s the Deal With Hacked Medical Records

Ever wonder why anyone would want to steal your medical records? Wondering why hackers are targeting medical data instead of going after bank information and credit card details? Medical records are being hacked, stolen, and sold on dark net markets as part of packages referred to as Fullz, or identity kits. These kits are used to help criminals’ open fraud accounts, get credit cards, bank accounts, anything and everything you …
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U.S. Postal Service Unknowingly Helps Smuggle Opiates, Work Starts to Combat the Problem

New studies show that the Postal Service is unknowingly aiding the opiate epidemic going on in the United States right now. Authorities state that packages containing heroin and other opioids are being shipped right to door steps, using the mail systems. Packages that have been intercepted by the USPS have been traced back as far as China and India. “It comes from our postal system and their postal system into …
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First Blockchain + Healthcare Summit to Take Place on October 3

After DEVCON2 and the Global Blockchain Summit gathered experts and entrepreneurs from all around the world in Shangai, Nashville will host the first Blockchain summit focused on the healthcare sector and possible use cases.  ‘The Blockchain’ has effectively become a new paradigm –with many arguing that it has become a mere buzzword– business man, developers and experts are wondering how to apply good old’ Satoshi’s invention in their systems. This time, the …
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