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are likely to accept either your original CDC vaccine card or a digital scan or photo of it. Washington state’s guidance to businesses, for example, says “originals, copies or photographs on a mobile device are acceptable.” In other words, before you venture out into the world, get your vaccine card on your phone. Then check to see if there are other passport apps that might make for quicker entry to your favorite spots. Here’s my quick guide: Scan a digital copy. Apple’s iOS 15 software update, due this fall, will include an upgraded Health app, where users can store verifiable immunization records if available. Google recently announced support for a digital vaccine card for Android users, but it requires government agencies or healthcare providers to implement the technology. Until those are more widely available, your best bet is to create a smartphone-based digital copy of your CDC vaccine card. On the upside, all you need is a clear image. You won’t have to enter any personal data into a third-party website. (More on that lower down.) Sure, you could just take a picture and hope to produce it when a checker at the door asks for it—as long as it doesn’t get lost among your thousands of pet and food photos. There’s a way to scan it so that it is more readily available—and you don’t make people behind you wait. Both iOS and Android devices have built-in apps that use your phone’s camera to scan documents. YELP LETTING BUSINESSES MARK WHETHER THEY’RE WEARING A MASK On iPhones: Create a new note, tap the camera icon and select Scan Documents. Name the note “Covid-19 Vaccine Card” so it’s easy
Fox Business Flash top headlines for August 6 Check out what’s clicking on FoxBusiness.com. Before you leave the house, don’t forget to take your phone, keys, wallet, mask—and some form of Covid-19 vaccine record. New York City will require proof of vaccination for many indoor activities, such as dining, gyms and events, starting Aug. 16. Where I live in San Francisco, many bars require vaccine documentation for entry. Yelp announced it will allow users to filter local business listings by two new attributes: “Proof of vaccination required” and “All staff fully vaccinated.” (If you aren’t vaccinated, there are other reasons to consider it, beyond this new damper on your social life.) RESTAURANT MENU QR CODES AND THE RISKS TO YOUR PRIVACY Your phone can already replace most of your wallet: your subway pass, credit card, plane ticket, hotel keys and soon even your driver’s license. It’s a great place to store your Covid-19 vaccine record, too. Digital vaccine options vary from state-to-state. A national vaccine passport hasn’t taken off in the U.S., so states like California and New York are taking things into their own hands. However, going through a state-sponsored passport app probably isn’t necessary, as most establishments
Is cyber hacking out of control? Prevailion founder and CEO Karim Hijazi discusses the spike in ransomware attacks on businesses. A new cyber gang is in town – and tapping into the best features of ransomware used in the Colonial Pipeline attack. That new gang, BlackMatter, is upfront about its origins, stating that it has “incorporated” the “best features” of DarkSide and two other kinds of ransomware, REvil and Lockbit, according to a statement from the BlackMatter group as noted by cybersecurity company Recorded Future. DarkSide was identified by the U.S. government as the ransomware responsible for the Colonial Pipeline attack, which resulted in the shutdown of a major pipeline supplying fuel to the U.S. East Coast. A man leaves a Murrphy Oil gas station as pumps are seen out of gas, Tuesday, May 11, 2021, in Kennesaw, Ga. after Colonial Pipeline halted operations because of a cyberattack. (AP Photo/Mike Stewart) After the attack, DarkSide posted a statement saying it was ending operations. CHINESE CYBERATTACKS CAN MAKE FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS, CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE ‘VULNERABLE’: REP. RO KHANNA Enter BlackMatter, which is now active on cybercrime forums. “They’re not advertising their ransomware, however; they are recruiting affiliates…who have access to hacked enterprise networks,” according to Malwarebytes. The BlackMatter ads state that it’s seeking hacked access to corporate networks in Australia, Canada, the UK and the U.S. Other requirements for corporations they target include revenue of at least $100 million and 500-15,000 hosts in the network, Recorded Future said. Like other successful ransomware operations, BlackMatter is run as a business, dubbed Ransomware-as-a-service or RaaS, a knockoff of legitimate business models such as SaaS or software-as-a-service. CYBERCRIMINALS UP THEIR GAME AS ‘CRACKING’ DRIVES BIG RISE IN HACKING TOOL DOWNLOADS Cybersecurity news site Bleeping Computer reported attacks are happening already. On their own site, BlackMatter says it won’t target certain industries including hospitals, critical infrastructure, the defense industry and the government sector, according to Malwarebytes. That’s similar to past statements from DarkSide. “Our goal is to make money, and not creating problems for society. From today we introduce moderation and check each company that our partners want to encrypt to avoid social consequences in the future,” the DarkSide group said back in May. GET FOX BUSINESS ON THE GO BY CLICKING HERE But there may be more practical reasons for this. “Almost as if to say that they are keenly aware of the danger that comes from pulling off internationally-recognized attacks,” Malwarebytes said. In June, the Department of Justice said that it had seized Bitcoin valued at approximately $2.3 million from the DarkSide gang. Those funds represented a ransom payment for the Colonial Pipeline ransomware attack.
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