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Dumpster Diving Low Tech Hacking at its Finest

Social Engineering Awareness Part 1: Dumpster Diving Dumpster diving remains a prevalent security risk for almost every organization. Dumpster diving is a form of Social Engineering that takes very little technical knowledge. A potential hacker’s goal while dumpster diving is to look for any information hidden within the trash to […]


Exodus Intelligence Security Firm offers up to $500,000-dollar bounty for security exploits

One way companies are now attempting to discover vulnerabilities in their software or products, is to offer a bounty for any exploits that are found in their software by any third party’s. This is a good way for companies to motivate the public to actively search out exploits. These exploits […]


Apple Devices Vulnerable to Hackers

Many iOS devices could be vulnerable to a specific issue called the  “masque” attack. This basically allows hackers to get into your phone and hijack traffic, as well as disable communication between apps. The way to acquire the malware is through a third party app installer. Many companies use this to install apps […]


LastPass Security Breach

LastPass, a program that helps you remember all of your passwords and create new, secure passwords, has been hacked. This occurred in early June. The hackers got away with email addresses and the passwords to other accounts and plugins. Fortunately, the master password to any account was not taken, however it […]