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The Krebs on Security news feed typically updates with just one or two stories per day. Some days have no updates. This feed is often mixed with Darknet and Dark Reading.

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Blind Trust in Email Could Cost You Your Home

Published on 27th April, 2017, 9:36 PM

The process of buying or selling a home can be extremely stressful and complex, but imagine the stress that would boil up if -- at settlement -- your money was wired to scammers in another country instead of to the settlement firm or escrow company. Here's the story about a phishing email that cost a couple their home and left them scrambling for months to recover hundreds of thousands in cash that went missing. It was late November 2016, and Jon and Dorthy Little were all set to close on a $200,000 home in Hendersonville, North Carolina. Just prior to the closing date on Dec. 2 their realtor sent an email to the Little's and to the law firm handling the closing, asking the settlement firm for instructions on wiring the money to an escrow account.

UK Man Gets Two Years in Jail for Running ‘Titanium Stresser’ Attack-for-Hire Service

Published on 25th April, 2017, 4:06 PM

A 20-year-old man from the United Kingdom was sentenced to two years in prison today after admitting to operating and selling access to "Titanium Stresser," a simple-to-use service that let paying customers launch crippling online attacks against Web sites and individual Internet users. Adam Mudd of Herfordshire, U.K. admitted to three counts of computer misuse connected with his creating and operating the attack service, also known as a "stresser" or "booter" tool. Services like Titanium Stresser coordinate so-called "distributed denial-of-service" or DDoS attacks that hurl huge barrages of junk data at a site in a bid to make it crash or become otherwise unreachable to legitimate visitors.

UK Man Gets Two Years in Jail for Running ‘Titanium Stresser’ Attack-for-Hire Service

Published on 25th April, 2017, 4:06 PM

A 20-year-old man from the United Kingdom was sentenced to two years in prison today after admitting to operating and selling access to "Titanium Stresser," a simple-to-use service that let paying customers launch crippling online attacks against Web sites and individual Internet users. Adam Mudd of Herfordshire, U.K. admitted to three counts of computer misuse connected with his creating and operating the attack service, also known as a "stresser" or "booter" tool. Services like Titanium Stresser coordinate so-called "distributed denial-of-service" or DDoS attacks that hurl huge barrages of junk data at a site in a bid to make it crash or become otherwise unreachable to legitimate visitors.

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