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networking news and blog 11 October, 2019 Sergiu Gatlan

Government is warning you about 'dangerous' Income Tax emails

Two security vulnerabilities in Microsoft's NTLM authentication protocol allow attackers to bypass the MIC (Message Integrity Code) protection and downgrade NTLM security features leading to full domain compromise.

networking news and blog 01 October, 2019 Marcus Gilmer

GPS Trackers For Kids Exposed Real-Time Location And Had Default Password 123456

If there's anything worse than picking an easy-to-hack password, it's being assigned a default easy-to-hack password for your GPS tracker. And, yet, that's what reportedly happened to at least a half million people.

A report from cybersecurity firm Avast, as reported by The Next Web, found that 29 models of trackers made by Chinese company Shenzhen i365 Tech had vulnerabilities that may have exposed the data of more than 600,000 users.

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