Message authentication codes (MACs) and hash-based message authentication codes (HMACs) are tools used in cryptography to verify data integrity.
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Since 2018, ransomware attacks on the manufacturing industry cost the world economy $46bn in downtime alone
Since 2018, there have been 478 ransomware attacks on manufacturing companies across the globe. Our research looks at the cost of these attacks, the amount of downtime caused, and the ransoms and data theft involved.
Scammers impersonate Apple to steal from unsuspecting iCloud users. We'll show you how to spot scam iCloud phishing emails and messages.
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