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Google+ shutting down after a data breach

Google has made recent headline news, that it will be shutting down its social media network Google+ after user data was left exposed. Private information of users and their friends were accessible by third-party developers due to a bug in the API.

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7 Tips for Buying and Building your First Computer

Building a computer instead of buying a pre-built one can be a great way to get the best hardware combination for your needs while also saving yourself valuable money. It also gives you a good understanding of the different components that make up a PC and can be a great experience. Here are 7 basic tips for you if you’re thinking about building your first computer.

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What I learned from my time as a threat actor

Recently I took part in a team training day exercise resembling an escape room activity where we were to assume the role of an attacker and scour our office for various data to build staff profiles and gain access to classified data.

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AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (CSAA) Exam and How I Prepared

The AWS CSAA examination validates the examinee’s ability to demonstrate knowledge of how to architect and deploy architectures according to the five domains which are being tested. This exam is intended for someone who is wanting to work with AWS or someone that does currently and wants to demonstrate their ability.

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Questions to ask Managed Service Providers

If you are thinking about outsourcing IT Security or scouting for cyber security managed service providers, here is a list practical questions collated from existing providers and vendors to ask managed services providers to ensure the services delivered by them meet your requirements.

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Can you get Infected by a Virus Even with Antivirus Software Installed?

Many of us install antivirus software on our home computers to protect them against malware lurking around on the Internet. A lot of people would be forgiven for thinking that because we have antivirus software installed on our systems, it means we are safe from all that horrible malicious software lurking around the web.

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Google Bans Cryptocurrency Apps

In recent news there have been reports of mobile devices combusting after installing some apps from the Google Play Store. These apps were later discovered to be Cryptocurrency miners, which had bypassed Google Play submission inspection. These kinds of operations, Cryptocurrency mining, are resource intensive, and are not designed to work on mobile devices.

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WPA-3

Wi-Fi clients have been using the same security protocol for many years. The Wi-Fi Alliance just announced WPA3, a Wi-Fi security standard that will replace WPA2. the Wi-Fi Alliance is underway to certify new products that support WPA3, Seveal manufacturers such as Qualcomm has begun to make chips for phones and tablets, Cisco has also announced upcoming support that could even update existing devices to support the WPA3.

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Google Paying for Their Antitrust Violations with The Android Platform

According to news sources, Google have been forced to pay a fine in the region of $5bn (USD) after having been found to have been illegally tying Chrome and search apps to the Android operating system.

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6 ways you are sabotaging your cyber defences

The time has come for me to return and write another blog for the fans. Today’s blog will be talking about 6 ways you are sabotaging your cyber defences so if this isn’t your cup of tea I would say this probably isn’t for you, however if you would like to hear about 6 ways you are sabotaging your cyber defences you should get comfy for this blog that will change your life for the better!

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