Former Home Depot Managers Depict ‘C-Level’ Security Before the Hack

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Home Depot’s in-store payment system wasn’t set up to encrypt customers’ credit- and debit-card data, a gap in its defenses that gave potential hackers a wider window to exploit, according to interviews with former members of the retailer’s security team. Read the full story HERE Nissan qashqai 1.5 diesel review, Ford fiesta insurance group 2003, Volkswagen golf 6 tuning

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Data Breaches in U.S. History

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Google says snagging data over unsecured Wi-Fi isn’t illegal, goes to Supreme Court

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Google has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to review a decision by an appeals court that its collection of data from unencrypted Wi-Fi networks is not exempt under federal wiretap laws. …Read the full story HERE

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Information stored in glass houses won’t be protected by Samsung locks

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Samsung is a powerhouse. Driven by an endless list of new technology and features, it has consistently dominated the consumer electronics market. Where once it was no more than a footnote in the mobile industry, Samsung is now the number one player (by volume) for smartphones. Particularly impressive about Samsung’s success in the mobile device market is the fact that it has built its business on Google’s Android software. The company’s real strength remains its ability to create compelling consumer […]

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Apple hurries to correct gaping Wi-Fi security flaw

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Apple officials announced this weekend that a new security update is available for many customers who could be victimized by a security flaw that lets hackers easily infiltrate their iPhone or iPad when the device is connected to a public WiFi connection. …Read the full story HERE

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Apple’s Deafening Silence On ‘GoToFail’ Security Flaw

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On Friday, Apple quietly issued an update for iPhones and iPads that fixed a big problem: encryption wouldn’t stop an attacker on the same network from intercepting sensitive information sent during banking sessions, email sessions or Facebook chats. …Read the full story HERE

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Wifi Password revealed at Super Bowl

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The Wi-Fi credentials, which have likely been changed as news of the security gaffe has spread like wildfire on Twitter and community blogs, … Read the full story Here

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We at Aimless Wanderings want to help assist the local humane societies find homes for their older cats. An older cat is harder to find a forever home, by taking the fees away from the adoption we hope to make their stay in the shelter as short as possible.

These fees range between $40 and $70 dollars, as we are looking to sponser the older ones of the group. The Humane Society we are currently working to help is the Conway Humane Society you can find the site and there current list of furry residences at

https://www.conwayshelter.org/pages/adopt_cats.html