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The most secure browser for transmitting sensitive data is definitely not Chrome
Jack Wallen addresses the challenging question of which browser is best to use for transmitting encrypted data.
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TL:DR: Tor.
Yep, that's the answer.
Mozilla slams post-cookie ad tech proposals SWAN and UID2 - needs much more work
Mozilla on Wednesday published an assessment of two proposed ad tracking mechanisms intended to fill the void left by third-party cookies and found that both make web privacy worse.
Disgruntled ransomware affiliate leaks the Conti gang's technical manuals
Catalin Cimpanu reports:
ND: Sanford Health target of attempted cyber attack
Patrick Springer reports:
Sanford Health sustained an attempted "cyber security incident" and is working to contain its impact, the health care provider's top executive said Wednesday, Aug. 4.
Attempted ransomware attack prompts Eskenazi Health to shut down systems and divert patients
WTHR reports:
Eskenazi Health said an attempted ransomware attack caused the hospital to go on diversion Wednesday morning.
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Waikato DHB wins injunction to stop Radio NZ using hacked data
Stuff reports:
Waikato District Health Board has succeeded in court action to stop Radio New Zealand using data taken in a cyber-attack.
UK: Isle of Wight schools hit by ransomware
Computing reports:
Six schools on the Isle of Wight have been hit by a ransomware attack that resulted in the encryption of data and may delay the start of the new term.
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A virtual private network (VPN) helps protect your privacy by routing all your internet traffic through an encrypted connection to a remote server.
U.S. medical entities fall prey to Pysa threat actors, but many haven't disclosed it - at least, not yet.
Of the 11 entities discussed in this first report, three disclosed the attacks and also reported them to the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services (HHS).