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2017-12-08 | Bitcoin goes bananas, Crazy 8, and How to hack a turned off computer
Friday, December 8
Bitcoin went bananas yesterday but did you know 73% of bitcoin related sites suffered DDoS attacks in Q3 2017?
TWEET OF THE DAY
Vulnerability Disclosure is now in the NIST Framework!
RS.AN-5: Processes are established toreceive, analyze and respond tovulnerabilities disclosed to the organizationfrom internal and external sources (e.g.[...] security researchers) - @allanfriedman
OTHER ARTICLES WE’RE READING
8 computer viruses that caused the most damage [infographic]
The Telegraph: How hackers can protect your business
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