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    Quote Originally Posted by harrybarracuda View Post
    enter your password at haveibeenpwned.com
    enter your email address

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    Quote Originally Posted by raycarey View Post
    enter your email address

    Doh! Yes email address

    <mental note: Drink coffee before posting>

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    I love these TD moments of extreme irony

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    I love these TD moments of extreme irony
    Actually you could enter your password and it wouldn't do any harm, but don't expect a ton of results.

    For that you need to use this:

    How Secure Is My Password?


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    EasyJet hit by cyberattack where email and travel details for 9million customers stolen

    EASYJET has been targeted in a cyber attack, which has resulted in hackers accessing millions of customers contact and travel information.

    The airline, which has currently grounded all of its flights in response to the
    coronavirus pandemic, said it has now blocked the unauthorised access. A company investigation found that the email address and travel details of about 9million customers were accessed. The hackers also accessed the credit card details of more than 2,000 customers.



    https://www.express.co.uk/news/uk/1284201/easyjet-airline-cyber-attack-latest-travel-news-customers-details-emails-hacked

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    I got an email the other day which caught my eye because the subject line was the password I use to log on to my desktop computer.
    Some little shit said he had video footage of me wanking and the website details, and wanted Bitcoin.....but I have my camera unplugged unless actually using it.
    I suppose it was some Facebook or other link I clicked on. Somehow they got my email address and computer password.

    We think we know it all about this kind of thing, but it pays to read something by experts and keep it in mind.

    Phishing Scams & Attacks - How to Protect Yourself | Kaspersky

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    Quote Originally Posted by Latindancer View Post
    I got an email the other day which caught my eye because the subject line was the password I use to log on to my desktop computer.
    Some little shit said he had video footage of me wanking and the website details, and wanted Bitcoin.....but I have my camera unplugged unless actually using it.
    I suppose it was some Facebook or other link I clicked on. Somehow they got my email address and computer password.

    We think we know it all about this kind of thing, but it pays to read something by experts and keep it in mind.

    Phishing Scams & Attacks - How to Protect Yourself | Kaspersky

    It's called "Sextortion" and they're a bunch of chancers.

    Enter your email address at haveibeenpwned.com and see where they got your password from.

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    Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness

    "A newly discovered spyware effort attacked users through 32 million downloads of extensions to Google’s market-leading Chrome web browser, researchers at Awake Security told Reuters, highlighting the tech industry’s failure to protect browsers as they are used more for email, payroll and other sensitive functions."

    Exclusive: Massive spying on users of Google's Chrome shows new security weakness - Reuters

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    If your Netgear Router is on this list (and it includes some relatively recent models), you need to check for new firmware to fix identified vulnerabilities. Details in the link.

    NETGEAR is aware of multiple security vulnerabilities on the following products:


    • AC1450
    • D6220
    • D6300
    • D6400
    • D7000v2
    • D8500
    • DC112A
    • DGN2200
    • DGN2200M
    • DGN2200v4
    • DGND3700
    • EX3700
    • EX3800
    • EX3920
    • EX6000
    • EX6100
    • EX6120
    • EX6130
    • EX6150
    • EX6200
    • EX6920
    • EX7000
    • LG2200D
    • MBM621
    • MBR1200
    • MBR1515
    • MBR1516
    • MBR624GU
    • MBRN3000
    • MVBR1210C
    • R4500
    • R6200
    • R6200v2
    • R6250
    • R6300
    • R6300v2
    • R6400
    • R6400v2
    • R6700
    • R6700v3
    • R6900
    • R6900P
    • R7000
    • R7000P
    • R7100LG
    • R7300
    • R7850
    • R7900
    • R8000
    • R8300
    • R8500
    • RS400
    • WGR614v10
    • WGR614v8
    • WGR614v9
    • WGT624v4
    • WN2500RP
    • WN2500RPv2
    • WN3000RP
    • WN3100RP
    • WN3500RP
    • WNCE3001
    • WNDR3300
    • WNDR3300v2
    • WNDR3400
    • WNDR3400v2
    • WNDR3400v3
    • WNDR3700v3
    • WNDR4000
    • WNDR4500
    • WNDR4500v2
    • WNR1000v3
    • WNR2000v2
    • WNR3500
    • WNR3500L
    • WNR3500Lv2
    • WNR3500v2
    • WNR834Bv2
    • XR300


    NETGEAR strongly recommends that you download the latest firmware as soon as a firmware update or firmware hotfix is available for your product. See the following table for a list of products with firmware fixes available for one or more vulnerabilities.

    https://kb.netgear.com/000061982/Security-Advisory-for-Multiple-Vulnerabilities-on-Some-Routers-Mobile-Routers-Modems-Gateways-and-Extenders

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    Another warning to check your router firmware and make sure it's up to date, regardless of brand.

    If it isn't supported any more, get rid.


    Popular home routers plagued by critical security flaws | WeLiveSecurity

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