கடைசியாக புதுப்பிக்கப்பட்டது ஜூலை 21, 2021
Volume 02 Issue 07 – 20th July 2021
What is a cryptocurrency scam?
Crypt currencies are complicated, designed with by design censorship and regulatory resistance and very confusing to new users — all of which makes them an ideal target for scammers. But with a little bit of know-how and some good old-fashioned common sense, you can do plenty to protect yourself against crypto currency scams.
“Bitcoin Revolution,” “Bitcoin Evolution” and “Aussie System” are three common crypto currency scams circulating in 2019 and 2020.
All are functionally the same scam, periodically being re-used under a new name and promising similar results. They generally claim to be some kind of investment opportunity, and use made-up celebrity endorsements to spread on social media. Recently, these scams have been pretending to be crypto currency trading bots.
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Beware! Connecting to This Wireless Network Can Break Your iPhone’s Wi-Fi Feature
A wireless network naming bug has been discovered in Apple’s iOS operating system that effectively disables an iPhone’s ability to connect to a Wi-Fi network.
Ransomware is on the rise and you could be the next victim
Kaseya has reported a potential security incident that involves its Virtual System Administration (VSA) software platform. VSA provides endpoint management and network monitoring.
Asian cybercrime takedown leads to intercept of $83 million in financial theft
Asian cybercrime takedown leads to intercept of $83 million in financial theft.(investment fraud, romance scams, money laundering linked to illegal online gambling, online sextortion, and voice phishing)
The Ethical Hacker Insights Report 2021 reveals that 70% of ethical hackers have discovered a vulnerability in a system not covered by a VDP.
Since 12% of those said they didn’t escalate or follow up on their initial report, vendors without VDPs are potentially unaware of up to 44% of zero-day vulnerabilities detected by bug hunters.
“Investing in ethical hacking is investing in your company’s reputation,” said Intigriti CEO and founder Stijn Jans.
Cyber espionage by Chinese hackers in neighbouring nations is on the rise
A string of cyber espionage campaigns dating all the way back to 2014 and focused on gathering military intelligence from neighbouring countries have been linked to a Chinese military-intelligence apparatus.
Somebody Knew Everything They Talked On Imo
Ranga was abroad and often talked to his wife, Maya lived for rent in a shared boarding house in Colombo where it was closer to her workplace. However, she used to go home every Friday evening and be back to work straight away on Mondays.
She found more than enough time to talk to Ranga via Imo during the weekends at home. Since the couple was far away from each other, they had lots of private things to talk about and share.……………
Childhood 2.0 is required viewing for anyone who wants to better understand the world their children are navigating as they grow up in the digital age. Featuring actual parents and kids as well as industry-leading experts in child safety and development, this documentary dives into the real-life issues facing kids today — including cyber bullying, online predators, suicidal ideation, and more
FLYTE Levitating Light Bulb
Flyte Is a High-Tech LED Lamp That Floats, Defying Gravity
Simon Morris — a New York City-born, Stockholm-based scientist — has created a revolutionary wireless light bulb that floats and gently rotates while it shines. Called Flyte, a combination of Flying and Light, the magical high-tech lamp takes inspiration from Tesla‘s magnetic levitation technologies to defy gravity, hovering above a wooden base. Flyte can be switched on and off by touching its base, it need no batteries, and has an amazing lifespan of 22 years. Plus, the base doubles as a wireless charging station for smart phones and other devices.
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Webinar for teachers – on “How to teach online safely”
Hithawathi organised a webinar for teachers – on “How to teach online safely” on the 3rd July 2021 via zoom, FB live and live stream through Hithawathi YouTube channel. Over 200 teachers participated. It was an interactive session.
Get all resources & links shared by the panelists and webinar videos:
All resources: https://www.hithawathi.lk/si/news-and-events-si/webinar-on-how-to-teach-online-safely/