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October 15, 2015

Financial Details Cost As Low As $5 on the Dark Web

Intel Security, which now owns McAffee, released a report this week entitled “The Hidden Data Economy.” It should be worrisome for, well, every adult with a credit card of any sort.

You hear about these breaches here at and other websites, places like Target letting millions of credit card details get stolen, offering credit protection and such as a result. But where do all these details end up? According to the report, the same place as everything else that can’t legally be sold on eBay: the dark web.

But let’s be clear: nothing about this is new, and the dark web is just a more modern analog to black hat BBS and IRC groups that existed many [...]

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September 30, 2015

Most Dangerous Celebrities: Armin van Buuren, Usher, Katy Perry, Britney Spears, & Jay Z

Following celebrities online? Be careful. Cybercriminals take advantage of our interest in celebrities by threading celebrity search results with links to sites hosting malware and software that can steal personal data, according to a report on McAfee Blogs.

Intel Security recently conducted a study using McAfee WebAdvisor to determine the number of risky sites that would be generated in search results including a celebrity name and commonly-searched terms. The study refers to these stars as the Most Dangerous Celebrities™, and lists them as likely Internet search subjects.

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August 26, 2015

John McAfee Thinks He’s Cracked The Ashley Madison Case

John McAfee, one of the most influential cyber-security personalities in the world, writes for the IBTimes UK that Ashley Madison was not hacked.

“…The data was stolen by a woman operating on her own who worked for Avid Life Media,” the famed Antivirus security entrepreneur penned. McAfee had not yet commented on the release of the personal information. McAfee’s analysis comes on the heels of Ashley Madison’s announcement that it would reward individuals who help bring its hackers to justice with $500,000.

In the article, McAfee distinguishes a hacker from what happened behind the scenes at Ashley Madison. “A hacker is someone who uses a combination of high-tech [...]

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January 1, 2015

Malware Alert: Fake Android ‘The Interview’ Movie App Stealing Bank Account Information

Reports surfacing are outlining a new Android app, designed to look like one for the controversial Sony movie, The Interview, are stealing thousands of bank account details.

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