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Two-Factor Authentication: How to set it up

In a world of online connectivity, smarter hacking techniques and obvious privacy concerns, passwords are no longer considered the strongest link in account security. Understating customers’ need for extra protection, Google, Twitter, Facebook and other popular services added a new layer of security to their accounts by implementing two-factor authentication. Two-factor authentication is a security feature...

US accuses China of spying on companies, names PLA officers they believe are responsible

The United States has today aggressively named five Chinese military officers that it says hacked into American firms in an eight-year hacking campaign, with the intention of stealing commercially sensitive secrets. The officers, who America claims are all officers in Unit 61398 of the Third Department of the PLA (Chinese People's Liberation Army) have been indicted on 31 criminal counts, including conspiri...

Huge 20-year prison sentence for US cyber-crook

Does cybercrime pay? Do you think the rewards of ID theft, computer malware and online fraud are worth the risk of capture? Well, if you do, consider the case of David Ray Camez, who has been sentenced to a 20 year prison sentence and ordered to pay $20 million restitution for his involvement with the Carder.su organized crime website. 22-year-old Camez, who called himself "Bad man" and "doctorsex" online,...

Users More Aware of Browser Security Warnings, Study Finds

Internet users pay more attention to browser security warnings because they are better designed than before, a study by the Berkeley University of California shows. Among the warnings lately redesigned are toolbars that alert of phishing attacks, now replaced with full-page warnings. The paper, titled “Alice in Warningland: A Large-Scale Field Study of Browser Security Warning Effectiveness," looks at how u...

Woman Sentenced to 5 Years in Prison for Phishing Conviction

The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested 26-year old Nichole Michelle Merzi from California, who was convicted of participating in a phishing scheme. As part of an official U.S.-Egyptian operation codenamed Operation Phish Phry, the woman has been identified as a member of a Los Angeles cyber-gang that caused more than $1 million in bank frauds. The six-week trial for Nichole Michelle Merzi’s conviction...

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