Ubiquiti, a maker of wireless LAN and WiFi routers and access points, has filed a case against former Washington Post employee Brian Krebs, who publishes a security blog, alleging that he falsely accused the company of "covering up" a cyberattack by intentionally misleading customers about "a so-called data breach and subsequent blackmail attempt in violation of US federal law and SEC regulations".
People are constantly engaged with their mobile phones, reading news, listening to music, checking out social media, and answering emails. SMS has also become a way for brands to communicate with their customers. But the downside is that this trusted means of communication has become an “attack vector”.
A hosting provider in France has been hit by a distributed denial of service attack that went close to one terabyte per second.
Up to one million IoT devices were used to generate the world’s largest DDoS attack on the Brian Krebs on Security website. IoT is now the preferred botnet delivery vector for cyber criminals and hackers.
When your name is Donald Trump and you happen to have a string of luxury towers, hotels, businesses and a presidential candidacy with your name on it - it is no surprise than cybercriminals, hell especially those with a democrat bent will have their sights set on you.
Cyber-criminals are smart – they want to ensure that the customer gets the goods and do not complain and force a chargeback.
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