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    New Deal: Pay What You Want Learn to Code Bundle

    We have a new deal today for a Pay What You Want: Learn to Code Bundle where 10% of the proceeds go to the Project Hope charity. With the Pay What You Want bundles, you are able to get these courses for as little as you want to pay while helping charities. 

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    • December 02, 2015
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  • VTech Breach contained Pictures of Children and texts with Parents

    A security breach in VTech has allowed a hacker to get the personal information of about 5 million parents and over 200,000 children. To make matters worse, it was discovered this weekend that picture's of children who use the VTech service and their text messages with their parents were obtained as well.

  • New TeslaCrypt version adds the .VVV Extension to Encrypted Files

    A new version of the TeslaCrypt ransomware has been released that changes the ransom note filenames and uses the new .vvv extension for encrypted files. Unfortunately, at this time there is still no way of decrypting files encrypted by this version of TeslaCrypt.

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    BleepingComputer Cyber Monday Sale: 25% off All Online Courses

    It is Cyber Monday at BleepingComputer and we have 25% off all online courses, excluding Pay What You Want courses, for today only! In our Deals Store we have a wide range of online courses available ranging CompTIA certification courses to learning how to program in IOS and Xcode..

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    • November 30, 2015
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    Black Friday Tech Deals Mashup

    Black Friday is here and we have gathered some great deals that we could find that we thought our visitors would enjoy. Though this list wont be pretty, we hope that some of these deals save you some money during the holidays!

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    • November 26, 2015
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  • CryptoWall 4 being distributed as a NSIS installer through Exploit Kits

    CryptoWall 4.0 has been discovered being installed via the Nuclear Exploit kit. As an added twist, the malware payload is also being delivered as a NSIS installer that when executed installs the CryptoWall 4.0 ransomware.

  • CryptInfinite or DecryptorMax Ransomware Decrypted

    A new file-encrypting ransomware has been floating around this past week called CryptInfinite or DecryptorMax. At first this ransomware looked secure, but with further analysis by Fabian Wosar, it was discovered that a decrypter could be made that would recover your files for free.

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    New Deal: 56% off a Monster Digital 128GB Portable SSD Drive

    A new deal is available for 56% off a Monster Digital 128GB Portable SSD Drive. This portable drive is normally $79.95, but is discounted 56% to $34.99.. This drive includes a detachable USB 3.0 cable and comes with 3 years of free data recovery.

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    • November 18, 2015
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  • Chimera Ransomware uses a Peer-To-Peer Decryption Service

    The Chimera Ransomware uses a new technique for distributing decryption keys through a peer-to-peer messaging application called Bitmessage. This method provides a very easy method of pushing decryption keys out to the victim while staying anonymous behind the peer-to-peer network.

  • New TeslaCrypt version Released with Minimal Changes

    A new variant of TeslaCrypt has been released that utilizes the same .CCC extension for encrypted files, but now uses the _how_recover_.HTML and _how_recover_.TXT filenames for the ransom notes.

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    New Deal: 92% off of the White Hat Security Hacker Bundle

    A new deal was released yesterday for 92% off of a White Hat Security Hacker Bundle. These courses normally go for $622.00, but have been discounted 92% to $49.00 USD. For those who wish to learn about penetration testing and how to protect your environment from web threats, this looks like an interesting bundle.

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    • November 16, 2015
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  • Code.org and Microsoft partner for a Minecraft Hour of Code

    Microsoft and Code.org have partnered to release a new Hour of Code installment based around the popular Minecraft game. In this installment of Hour of Code, you learn how to control either Steve or Alex as they perform various tasks in a top-down Minecraft world.

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