Freedom Mobile Private Details Extracted by Hacker

According to an article published by www.hackread.com, a hacker, using the alias NullHumanity, has identified a flaw in the customer login system of Freedom Mobile. With approximately 2,000 accounts at risk, the hacker explained he does not plan to exploit them.

The article mentioned that although this hacker has no plans to access the accounts for any reason but to inform Freedom of this flaw, there are others who wouldn’t be so kind.

“If a hacker manages to access secondary API through guessing the phone number and PIN combination, then he can expect to get sensitive details like date-of-birth, full name, phone number, email IDs, full call history, and billing-related information.”

The full article can be read here.

Cyber Security for Marketers

Cyber Security for Marketers: Four Tips to Get Started

Esther Jeohn, head of global marketing at Penta Security Systems Inc, gives information on how you can deflect or even block the cyber-breach blow. Reading these four tips will give you and your PR team ideas on how to stay protected when it comes to cyber security. With the majority of marketing work done on the go, many of the platforms used are Cloud-based.

“The myriad of platforms make my workflow a whole lot easier, but the lack of integrations into one seamless platform inevitably means that information is being distributed to multiple locations. That information could be anything from company financial figures to customer contact information—which, if it fell into the wrong hands, could mean bad business,” says Jeohn in the article, which can be found here.

What can you do, as a marketer, to keep yourself and your company protected?

McCall Lake Business Leaders – Networking Event

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March 1, 2018: Let’s Taco ‘Bout Fun!

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Results Matter Cloud Services will be hosting our first ever taco and networking evening. This event is open to any one looking  to have engaging conversations over good food while

crushing their opponent in one of our speed networking games. Here is a rough agenda of the evening:

5:30 PM to 6:15 PM – Refreshments at the build your own taco stand

6:15 PM to 7:20 PM  – Speed networking and ice breaking games

7:20 PM to 7:30 PM – Door Prize draw winner announced

So come join us to have a fun evening while connecting with fellow businesses. Please RSVP by Feb 23 at our Eventbrite page here, or email rabail@rmcloud247.com

When registering for the event, please inform us of any dietary restrictions. We look forward to meeting you!

How One Hacker Stole $226K Worth of Cryptocurrency from Oracle Servers

According to a recent article published from Techrepublic, an Oracle vulnerability released in December allowed attackers to mine the Monero cryptocurrency.

One hacker was able to deploy a cryptocurrency miner and rake in 611 Monero coins worth roughly $226,000, according to a report from the SANS Institute.

“The good news is that Oracle patched the flaw last year. However, firms that aren’t regularly updating may still be at risk. According to the report, the vulnerability affects versions 10.3.6.0.0, 12.1.3.0.0, 12.2.1.1.0, 12.2.1.2.0, and 10.3.3.0,” stated writer Connor Forrest.

To read the full article, click here.