Cyber-challenge for Kids Slated for DEF CON

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Cyber-challenges are increasingly common as industry groups and governments look to attract fresh talent to the field of information security. Good examples are Britain’s Masterclass challenge and DARPA’s Cyber Grand Challenge. Now, Social-Engineer.Org is kicking off the Social Engineering Capture the Flag for DEF CON Kids – a competition for young tykes interested in becoming white hats. read the full story HERE….

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Iranian spies bait U.S. officials in years-long social engineering scheme

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Researchers have uncovered a three-year espionage campaign primarily targeting U.S. military officials, diplomatic and congressional staff, and defense contractors in the country and abroad.

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Clandestine Fox attack op uses social engineering to woo new victims

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An advanced persisted threat (APT) group, which previously spread malware by exploiting an Internet Explorer zero-day, has now modified its attack method. 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