Posts Tagged ‘Media’

postheadericon Cybersecurity for journalists and the news media

In journalism, having good contacts is key and this is true when it comes to defending your digital assets. The following are some sources – of information and, possibly, assistance – that you might want to cultivate.

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postheadericon How To Get Around Virgin Media Blocks With an Open Source Router

Find out how to access your favorite websites that Virgin Media blocks with the help of a VPN.

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postheadericon PlayStation social media accounts briefly hacked

Sony became the latest entertainment company to suffer at the fingertips of hackers after their PlayStation social media channels were temporarily hacked on Sunday evening.

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postheadericon UK Drafts IP Act Just In Time For Virgin Media Router Hack

The UK continues their War Against Privacy. The Virgin Media Router Hack puts routers in danger. Worried? FlashRouters is here to help.

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postheadericon Workplace social media security: 5 questions answered

Workplace social media security is undoubtedly important for many businesses. In this feature, we answer five key questions relating to it.

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postheadericon Botnets overshadowed by ransomware (in media)

Regardless of how prominent and effective ransomware appears to be, it is not the most dangerous form of malware.

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postheadericon Ray-Bans out, Uggs in: Holiday season scam plagues social media

A new holiday season scam campaign is plaguing social media – and this time it’s pretending to sell heavily discounted Uggs, reports ESET’s Ondrej Kubovič.

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postheadericon Turkey Blocks Tor, VPNs to Solidify Social Media Blocks

Turkey has blocked various social media sites like Twitter and Facebook. When citizens got wise and used VPNs and Tor to circumvent the blocks, Turkey blocked those too.

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postheadericon Online safety tips for social media and IM fans

Since October is European Cyber Security Month, it is a good time to recap on social media and IM security. These online safety tips will do you well.

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postheadericon How to give your social media security a boost

From login credentials to notifications, tracking and ads, ESET’s Lysa Myers explains how you can give your social media security a boost.

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