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# security - Yesterday’s News

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# security - Yesterday’s News

Rose of Tralee stage invader was a ticket holder

The event’s organisers say they believe security at the Rose of Tralee is adequate.

# security - Monday 15 August, 2016

False shooting report at JFK could have been 'people clapping as they watched Olympics'

The Port Authority said a preliminary investigation found no shots were fired and there were no injuries.

# security - Friday 12 August, 2016

Canadian shot dead after detonating explosive had links to global terrorism network

Aaron Driver (24) was killed on Wednesday during a police raid outside to home he was staying in.

# security - Monday 8 August, 2016

You know the advice about changing passwords often? You're likely doing it wrong

We’re not exactly great at coming up with new and original passwords.

# security - Sunday 7 August, 2016

Secrecy, terrorism and no egos: What it's really like to work as a CIA agent

Former CIA operative Brian Goral talks about his experiences.

# security - Tuesday 2 August, 2016

Think you know how many devices access your accounts? This is how you can check

Chances are there are more logged in than you think.

# security - Sunday 31 July, 2016

This is how you know if your phone is protected by encryption

Most modern smartphones have it enabled by default, but it’s easy to check just in case.

# security - Sunday 24 July, 2016

14-hour delays see traffic at standstill at English port of entry into France

The Port of Dover has seen enormous tailbacks over the weekend due to holiday traffic and heightened security at French border control.

# security - Tuesday 19 July, 2016

Unlock your phone with your finger? Then you should also replace your PIN

There are better methods to keep your phone safe should it fail to recognise your fingerprint.

# security - Saturday 16 July, 2016

Isis sows seeds of inter-ethnic conflict to give its perverted ideology some sort of twisted logic

Security expert Tom Clonan writes from France, where he and his family were holidaying when Thursday night’s attack happened in Nice.

# security - Friday 15 July, 2016

From The42 Tour de France stage goes ahead, festivities off due to Nice terror attack Minute Silence

Tour de France stage goes ahead, festivities off due to Nice terror attack

A minute’s silence was to be held both at the start and finish lines of today’s 37km stage.

# security - Saturday 9 July, 2016

Accessing WiFi in a public spot? You should be extra careful

For obvious reasons, you shouldn’t treat it like your connection at home.

From The Daily Edge This security guard had the time of his life at Kodaline's Marlay Park gig last night Dancing Guard

# security - Thursday 7 July, 2016

This Mac malware will let hackers take over your computer Mac

This Mac malware will let hackers take over your computer

The malware is disguised as an application called EasyDoc Converter and gives an attacker complete access.

# security - Monday 4 July, 2016

Court clears way for deportation of man accused of being Isil's “main recruiter” in Ireland

He claims he was tortured in Jordan during the 1990s due to his political activities and fears being tortured if returned there.

# security - Monday 27 June, 2016

Relying on texts to help protect your accounts is no longer a good idea

You really should be using two-step authentication, but it’s best to switch to apps dedicated to the task if you haven’t already.

# security - Tuesday 14 June, 2016

This Irish college is tackling a major problem with cybercrime

A talent gap exists in the area and IT Carlow claims to have the first Irish course dedicated to tackling it.

# security - Monday 13 June, 2016

Orlando shooter was a homophobic killer, deliberately using the 'Isis' name

“We need to rally around our LGBTI brothers and sisters… and to defy the absolute evil [of] groups like Islamic State,” writes security expert Tom Clonan.

# security - Sunday 12 June, 2016

Your biggest security problem isn't whether you'll get hacked or not

It’s using the same password for all of your accounts.

# security - Thursday 9 June, 2016

Somebody is trying to sell almost 33 million Twitter passwords on the dark web

Although it looks unlikely that Twitter was breached.

# security - Wednesday 8 June, 2016

What are the chances someone is spying on you through your laptop camera?

It might be an unlikely situation, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be careful.

From The42 France security chiefs launch 'terror alert' app for football fans ahead of Euros Security

France security chiefs launch 'terror alert' app for football fans ahead of Euros

The application will be free to download in both French and English.

# security - Monday 6 June, 2016

From The42 Paris police prepared for security threats ahead of Euro 2016 Security

Paris police prepared for security threats ahead of Euro 2016

News that a French national had been arrested in connection with a possible attack on the tournament raised fears, but local authorities plan a large operation to ensure safety

Even Mark Zuckerberg's online accounts aren't safe from hackers

The Facebook CEO found his accounts on Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn and Pinterest compromised last night.

# security - Friday 27 May, 2016

Charging your phone using public USB ports isn't as safe as you might think

One more thing to keep in mind the next time you have a low battery.

# security - Thursday 26 May, 2016

Microsoft is going to start banning your incredibly dumb passwords

The most common passwords like ’123456′ and ‘qwerty’ will no longer be allowed under the new system.

# security - Friday 20 May, 2016

Yep, people are still pretty terrible at choosing passwords

Yep, people are still pretty terrible at choosing passwords

You would think that people would know not to use ’123456′ as a password.

# security - Wednesday 18 May, 2016

Maurice McCabe was subjected to "whistleblower reprisal" - Irish style

The treatment of Sergeant Maurice McCabe shows us that the Ireland of 2016 remains a cold house for whistleblowers and truth-telling, writes security analyst Tom Clonan.

# security - Wednesday 11 May, 2016

UK security services signal 'strong possibility' of dissident Republican attack in Britain MI5

UK security services signal 'strong possibility' of dissident Republican attack in Britain

MI5 has raised the threat level from Northern Ireland-related attacks to “substantial”, for the first time in five years.

# security - Friday 6 May, 2016

Now you can see how long it'll take for hackers to crack your password

As long as you’re not using something as simple as ‘password’

# security - Sunday 24 April, 2016

There are some simple ways to make your lock screen more secure

Your first line of defence should also be the strongest.

# security - Friday 15 April, 2016

Belgian transport minister quits over airport security row

Jacqueline Galant had been criticised after leaked EU reports pointed to flaws in security at the Brussels airport targeted by militants last month.

If you still have Apple QuickTime on your PC, you need to uninstall it asap

Newly discovered flaws and no more security updates makes it a significant risk to you.

# security - Saturday 9 April, 2016

Needles, stabbings and attacks... so why doesn't Dublin have its own transport police?

“It’s only a matter of time before someone gets killed or stabbed.”

# security - Monday 28 March, 2016

From The42 Snipers to be deployed to boost security at France v Russia Precaution

Snipers to be deployed to boost security at France v Russia

Extra security measures will be taken for the French team’s first game back at Stade de France since November’s terrorist attacks.

# security - Thursday 24 March, 2016

EU ministers meet to discuss security in wake of Brussels terror attacks

Belgian authorities are under immense pressure over the attacks and their apparent inability to stop domestic terrorist networks.

# security - Tuesday 22 March, 2016

These are the best features from Apple’s latest iPhone update

iOS 9.3 might be a stopgap for the next version but that doesn’t mean there aren’t useful features to take advantage of.

This Android flaw could mess up your smartphone within 20 seconds

Another reminder to be careful of what you click on if you’re using an older device.

# security - Monday 21 March, 2016

Make sure you don’t ignore those download requests on your iPhone tonight

It’s not just for the new features but for some important security updates too

# security - Wednesday 16 March, 2016

From The42 French World Cup winner Petit fears terrorist attacks at Euro 2016 Security

French World Cup winner Petit fears terrorist attacks at Euro 2016

The ex-Arsenal midfielder has been speaking about living in Paris in the wake of last November’s events.

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