Operation Rhino – Canadian Police Seize Commercial Grade Pill Press, Weapons & $6 Million Worth Of Drugs in N.L

For the first time in Newfoundland and Labrador, police have found a commercial-grade pill press as part of a drug sting. The Royal Newfoundland Constabulary held a press conference in St. John’s to give details and display their haul from Operation Rhino, seized from three houses on the Avalon Peninsula.…
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EU sanctions hackers from China, Russia, North Korea who’re wanted by the FBI

The Council of the European Union has imposed its first-ever sanctions against persons or entities involved in various cyber-attacks targeting European citizens, and its member states. The directive has been issued against six individuals and three entities responsible for or involved in various cyber-attacks, out of which some publicly known are ‘WannaCry‘, ‘NotPetya‘, and ‘Operation Cloud Hopper,’ as well as an attempted cyber-attack against the organization for the prohibition of chemical weapons.…
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New Attack Leverages HTTP/2 for Effective Remote Timing Side-Channel Leaks

Security researchers have outlined a new technique that renders a remote timing-based side-channel attack more effective regardless of the network congestion between the adversary and the target server. Remote timing attacks that work over a network connection are predominantly affected by variations in network transmission time (or jitter), which, in turn, depends on the load of the network connection at any given point in time.…
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North Carolina Man Charged With Obtaining Drugs Over Dark Web & Distributing Them Locally

A Salisbury man faces multiple drug related charges after he was arrested by Rowan County Sheriff’s Office investigators at a local hotel. Wesley Tyler McKeehan, 33, of the 6200 block of Grandeur Drive, was charged Tuesday with four counts of felony trafficking in heroin or opium, three counts of felony possession with intent to sell and deliver a controlled substance schedule II.…
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FinCEN Releases Cybercrime Statement In Lieu of COVID-19

U.S. government agency, the Financial Crimes Enforcement Network, or FinCEN, recently put out a notice mentioning the risks and symptoms of internet-related nefarious activities occurring since COVID-19 arose. “Many illicit actors are engaged in fraudulent schemes that exploit vulnerabilities created by the pandemic,” FinCEN said in a July 30 statement. …
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