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5 Strategies for Hacking the Islamic State [UPDATED]

On Friday, November 13th, the Islamic State also referred to as ISIS, carried out a series of near-simulataneous attacks in Paris, France, resulting in at least 129 dead and 350 wounded.  Most of the digital caliphate's business is conducted online, from recruiting to battlefield strategy and implementation.  Here are a few insights into how the Intelligence services and policing agencies will hack the Islamic State after the attacks in Paris.

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Your Colleagues are Helping Foreign Hackers Stalk You On LinkedIn

Over 118 million Americans use LinkedIn, making it one of the best sources of information on American professionals on the face of the planet.  It is a treasure trove of data on individuals including names, job titles, work history, academic careers, and professional social relationships.  Now, malicious hackers are using it to victimize you and your colleagues!  Find out how to protect yourself.

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The Hacker Perspective: Trust No One, Especially Companies

Hackers that have yet to be identified, managed to gain unauthorized access into a server at Experian, one of the big three credit agencies. Interestingly, the server contained personal information, including names, addresses, Social Security numbers, dates of birth, and identification numbers (driver's license, military ID, or passport number) for T-Mobile customers. Over 15 million of them!  So, what does this mean for customers? 

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