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by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1205 New evidence suggests DNC hackers penetrated deeper than previously thought
The suspected hacking of a Democratic National Committee consultant's personal Yahoo Mail account provides new evidence that state-sponsored attackers penetrated deeper than previously thought into the private communications of the political machine attempting to defeat Republican nominee Donald Trump.

According to an article published Monday by Yahoo News, the suspicion was raised shortly after DNC consultant Alexandra Chalupa started preparing opposition research on Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort. Upon logging in to her Yahoo Mail account, she received a pop-up notification warning that members of Yahoo's security team "strongly suspect that your account has been the target of state-sponsored actors." After Chalupa started digging into Manafort's political and business dealings in Ukraine and Russia, the warnings had become a "daily occurrence," Yahoo News reported, citing a May 3 e-mail sent to a DNC communications director.
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#1214 New attack that cripples HTTPS crypto works on Mac, Windows and Linux
#1213 KeySniffer vulnerability opens wireless keyboards to snooping
#1212 Unpatched smart lighting flaws pose IoT risk to businesses
#1211 Amazon Silk browser ignored SSL searches, failing to protect your privacy
#1210 Microsoft Authenticator – coming August 15th! Supports AzureAD & Microsoft acct!
#1209 In-the-wild Ransomware Protection Comparative Analysis 2016 Q3 (PDF)
#1208 Windows UAC bypass leaves systems open to malicious DLLs
#1207 O2 customer data sold on dark net
#1206 Facebook admits blocking WikiLeaks’ DNC email links, but won’t say why
#1205 New evidence suggests DNC hackers penetrated deeper than previously thought
#1204 NIST prepares to ban SMS-based two-factor authentication
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