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VoodooShield / Re: VoodooShield v4 STABLE Thread
« Last post by Geri123 on Today at 09:21:55 am »
@Dan i got it now that VS 4.5 got from "always on" (automatically disable was disabled) to "off" red icon with "usb" shown when my only task was installing a pdf reader.
It was nitro pdf from a legit german site no crack keygen stuff.
I marked the download "manuelle installation" since the big button on the left gives bloatware

Question 2: I disabled "allow specific critical microsoft services".
Why is dll.exe with 0/68 on Virus Total "Not a valid executable file" and why do the VS ai got an error?
Internet was working fine.

VoodooShield / Re: VoodooShield v4 STABLE Thread
« Last post by lkjk on Today at 08:08:54 am »
The "Register VoodooShield Free" button causes the program to freeze (circle wheel forever). Any tips?

Edit: Left it for about an hour, shutdown overnight, cold booted a few hours later, and it was magically registered and working.
BY: Jon Fingas, @jonfingas

When you step into a ridesharing car, you probably assume that whatever you do inside the vehicle won't be recorded for posterity. But what if it turned out that you were not only on camera, but live on the internet? Like it or not, that's happening -- and not always with permission. The St. Louis Post-Dispatch has cited the example of Jason Gargac, an Uber and Lyft driver who has been broadcasting "hundreds" of trips on Twitch without explicitly obtaining consent. While Gargac has taken steps to protect passengers (such as muting addresses and moderating lewd chat comments), at least some of these customers said they wouldn't have entered the car had they known they were in a livestream -- and it was possible to identify some of them through details in archived videos.

full article here:
BY: Naaman Zhou was cancelled because drug and insurance companies were able to buy patient data

Australia’s impending My Health Record system is “identical” to a failed system in England that was cancelled after it was found to be selling patient data to drug and insurance companies, a British privacy expert has said.

My Health Record is a digital medical record that stores medical data and shares it between medical providers. In the UK, a similar system called was announced in 2014, but cancelled in 2016 after an investigation found that drug and insurance companies were able to buy information on patients’ mental health conditions, diseases and smoking habits.

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Security & Technology News / Scam watch: Ehic scammers steal £135
« Last post by Antus67 on Today at 04:25:48 am »

BY: Faye Lipson
Senior Researcher/Writer

Some dubious websites are charging people for free health cards and a Which? member fell into the trap. Have you been duped into paying for something which you’re actually entitled to for free?

Which? member Andrew Winterbotham told us:

An email told me that my European Health Insurance Card (Ehic) was due to expire, which was true. I clicked through and bought five cards for me and my family, costing £135. I forgot that Ehics are free.

‘The site emailed saying that my card had been declined. It rang me, and I paid by bank transfer. I then had to send a copy of my bank statement to prove I’d paid. Now I see I was duped, where can I turn?’

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BY: July 21, 2018  By Pierluigi Paganini

Microsoft has fixed a severe vulnerability in the Microsoft Translator Hub that could be exploited to delete any or all projects hosted by the service.

The Microsoft Translator Hub “empowers businesses and communities to build, train, and deploy customized automatic language translation systems—-”.

The vulnerability was discovered by the security expert Haider Mahmood that was searching for bugs on the Translator Hub, he discovered that is was possible to remove a project by manipulating the “projectid” parameter in an HTTP request.

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By Kevin Townsend on July 20, 2018
Survey of Incident Responders Shows That Businesses Needs to Re-architect Cybersecurity

The cyber kill chain employed by advanced adversaries is changing. Defenders need to evolve their defensive strategies to meet the new challenge; and they need to develop silent hunting skills.

A new study from Carbon Black queried 37 incident response firms that use its threat hunting tool to gain insight into what is happening after an attacker has breached the network. "The inspiration for this report," Tom Kellermann, the author and chief cybersecurity officer at Carbon Black told SecurityWeek, "was, I was tired of seeing reports that are focused on just the vector of attack -- how they got in versus how they stay in. There has been a dramatic shift in how cybercriminals operate -- they have moved from burglary to home invasion, and we now need to be asking different questions. The adversaries are typically inside networks for months."

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By Catalin Cimpanu

A security feature that's included with the Microsoft Edge browser appears to have stopped working, according to Gareth Heyes, a security researcher with cyber-security firm PortSwigger.

The security feature in question is named "XSS Filter" and is a Microsoft-developed security mechanism that can prevent basic cross-site scripting (XSS) attacks inside browsers.

Microsoft developed and launched XSS Filter in 2008 when it was first included with Internet Explorer 8, but the feature has since expanded to Edge, and adopted by other browsers such as Google Chrome and Safari.

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BY: uly 20, 2018  By Pierluigi Paganini

The largest healthcare group in Singapore, SingHealth, has suffered a massive data breach that exposed personal information of 1.5 million patients who visited the clinics of the company between May 2015 and July 2018. Stolen records include patient’s name, address, gender, race, date of birth, and National Registration Identity Card (NRIC) numbers.

SingHealth has 42 clinical specialties, a network of 2 Hospitals, 5 National Specialty Centres, 9 Polyclinics, and Bright Vision Community Hospital.

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BY: July 20, 2018  By Pierluigi Paganini
Microsoft revealed that Russian cyberspies attempted to hack at least three 2018 midterm election candidates and it has helped the US government to repeal their attacks.

A Microsoft executive speaking at the Aspen Security Forum revealed the hacking attempts against at least three unnamed congressional candidates, all the attacks were detected this year,

The company executive only added that the three candidates were “people who, because of their positions, might have been interesting targets from an espionage standpoint as well as an election disruption standpoint.”

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