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Bad Guys Can Implant Malicious Functionality From Anywhere, Says Huawei Security Chief

“Hopefully, we as a nation can have a clear-eyed focus on what really matters,” says Andy Purdy, the Chief Security Officer of Huawei Technologies USA. “As a senior Qualcomm executive said the other day, you can talk about Huawei but we’ve got to make sure our communication networks are safe. The bad guys can implant …

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Cyber, Malicious Attacks Estimated At 17.6 Million Sites In 2018 05/27/2019

Cybercriminals increasingly automate cyber and malicious attacks to expand their reach and frequency. Daily attempts on websites grew by 59% from January 2018 to December 2018, and based on the average sampling there were 62 attacks per day from more than 330 bots last year. The SiteLock 2019 Website Security Report analyzed more than 6 million …

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Google: Don’t Worry About Malicious Backlinks, We Ignore Them

Google’s John Mueller says site owners shouldn’t worry about negative SEO attacks that involve malicious backlinks. A blogger reached out to Mueller on Twitter saying they were concerned about their website getting “backlink bombed.” The site’s backlink profile went from 2,000 referring domains to over 12,000 in the span of a month. Unless one of …

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Yang Hyun Suk responds to a malicious comment degrading his past

YG Entertainment founder Yang Hyun Suk addressed a malicious comment.  On February 13, Yang Hyun Suk shared a malicious comment and his response to it via Instagram.  The comment stated, “You should’ve lived quietly like Seo Taiji. Were you the boy 1 or boy 2 in Seo Taiji and Boys? I suddenly got curious.” To the malicious …

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Chinese People’s Liberation Army Implanted Malicious Microchips on Computer Servers Bound for U.S. Companies

An explosive Bloomberg Businessweek report details how China was able to pull off the most significant supply chain attack ever against American companies. Reportedly, China used third-party vendors to America companies, including Amazon and Apple, to insert a tiny microchip, no bigger than a grain of rice, onto motherboards for Supermicro. Amazon Web Services (AWS), …

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