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postheadericon Cybersecurity Trends 2018: The costs of connection

To help the reader navigate through the maze of such threats, ESET’s thought leaders have zeroed in on several areas that top the priority list in our exercise in looking forward.

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postheadericon US charges Russian FSB officials in connection with massive Yahoo security breach

The United States has charged four men, including two officials of Russia’s FSB intelligence agency, in connection with a hacking attack against Yahoo that saw the details of 500 million users stolen and the use of forged cookies to break into accounts.

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postheadericon NEW FEATURE: Choose VPN Connection By Device On The Express VPN Router App

The Dual Gateway Setup is now available on the ExpressVPN Router App. Additionally, the Linksys WRT3200ACM is now available as an ExpressVPN Router.

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postheadericon Individual arrested in connection with high-profile data at Sage

The City of London Police has confirmed the arrest of a 32-year-old employee in connection with a high-profile data breach at Sage.

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postheadericon Man arrested in connection with VTech data breach

Authorities in the UK have announced that a 21-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the major data breach at VTech in November.

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postheadericon LizardStresser: Six people arrested in connection with Lizard Squad’s DDoS attack tool

British police have today announced the arrest of six people in connection with distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks that attempted to bring down websites belonging to – amongst others – a national newspaper, a school and a number of online retailers.

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postheadericon Internet connection does not work with an IP address space of 169.254.xxx.xxx from ISP, router, or manual configuration

Your Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV cannot access the Internet with an IP address of 169.254.xxx.xxx (where xxx represents a number from 0 to 255).   The symptoms of this issue include: Safari, iChat, and other Internet-dependent applications in Mac OS X may display the message "You are not connected to the Internet." Mail may put all of your email accounts into an "Offline" status. iOS devices cannot use other Internet features, such as the App Store. Apple TV may be able to use Home Sharing with computers on your local network, but not any features that require Internet access, such as movie trailers or rentals. In Mac OS X, an AirPort menu bar icon with an exclamation point may appear, and the AirPort menu may state "Alert: No Internet Connection…".   Use this article if: Your Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV is connected to a network that should provide access to the Internet, and which has a functioning DHCP server (such as an AirPort base station in default configuration). Your Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV is assigned an IP address of 169.254.xxx.xxx by your DHCP server, or you have manually assigned it an IP address of 169.256.xxx.xxx. Your Internet-facing router is being assigned an IP address of 169.254.xxx.xxx by your ISP.
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