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Ed Norton’s Production Company Is Being Sued After Death On Set

The wife of the deceased has filed a wrongful death lawsuit.

Back in March, a firefighter lost his life on the set of Motherless Brooklyn, after an unexpected fire happened while filming; the man who lost his life was tending to the emergency situation. More on the initial news release of that set tragedy can be found here at the Inquisitr. Movie making processes are long, and often take place in difficult or sometimes dangerous places. There are numerous examples of accidents, sometimes even deadly, that have occurred during production of varying entertainment creations.

For Edward Norton and his production company, Cinema Blend has made note that the fire which led up to the loss of a life is now leading into a situation where a lawsuit is heading Norton’s way from the family of the late firefighter.

Eileen Davidson, the wife of 37-year-old Michael Davidson, the father-of-four who died in the New York City landmark where Motherless Brooklynwas being filmed in Harlem, has filed the wrongful death lawsuit against Ed Norton’s production company, Class 5 Films. She is also suing the owner of the building in Harlem.

The Blast obtained and viewed court documents, citing that Davidon’s widow, Eileen, is claiming Class 5 Films and Norton, as well as the building owner, “removed fire safety and prevention safeguards in the building during filming Motherless Brooklyn before the fire which took her husband’s life broke out on set.” She states in her lawsuit that production was allowed in the Harlem building “without making sure it was up to code and safety requirements.” The Blast notes that the estate is seeking “unspecified damages.”

Davidson was a 15 year veteran of the New York Fire Department (FDNY). His death occurred on March 22, 2018. Daniel Nigro, the commissioner of the FDNY, told reporters that Davidson was found unconcious after having descended a stairway with other firefighters and becoming separated from them.

Other deaths and accidents have occurred on sets for various films and other forms of production, mostly being related to action sequences and major blockbuster movies. Most recently, a stunt double, SJ Harris, had a motorcycle accident in the filming process of Deadpool 2, and she died from her injuries. Deadpool 2 was dedicated in memory of SJ.

 

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For Prime Day, Norton Security Deluxe is available for only $19.99, $60 off its listed $79.99 price tag. The keycard provides a full year of Norton antivirus for up to five devices, including PC, Mac, and iOS/Android devices.

Norton is one of the most recognized names in the space, with its antivirus software among the best and most popular available. It protects against different malware, spyware, and ransomware that all your devices are easily susceptible to. It also provides that extra layer of protection to stop identity theft and protect online purchases from prying eyes.

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Three ways to protect your mobile phone from malware

Mobile malware is becoming increasingly popular as an attack vector.

Earlier this week Check Point research published its Cyber Attack Trends report which showcased the most popular malware in 2018 so far.

Within that report was mention of theTruthSpy. This malware emerged this year and is able to monitor WhatsApp, Facebook and internet browsing history. Older mobile malware variants such as Triada can steal credit card and other financial data.

The long and short of it is that your smartphone is as vulnerable to malware as your laptop or PC.

The best offense against mobile malware then, is a good defence and luckily securing your mobile phone from the nasty software is easier than you might think.

And iPhone users you are also at risk of mobile malware even if Android is easier to pwn.

Use the official app store

Side-loading apps is a rather popular activity among smartphone users. Thanks to the system’s openness relative to iOS, folks can install almost anything they want on their smartphone without having to use the official app store.

While side-loading might be a way to get access to apps that you might not be able to get, it’s also a great way for cybercriminals to hide malware in Android Packages or APKs as they are more widely referred to as.

At the end of the day it’s simply safer to use the official app store which monitors all apps to insure they aren’t hiding malware.

Install an anti-virus/anti-malware solution

Much like your PC/Mac there are free and paid-for anti-virus and anti-malware products available to download. We recommend opting for a solution from a reputable brand such as Kaspersky Lab, Avast or Norton.

It’s also worth being wary of the permissions apps ask for when they are installed. If you’re installing a game, for instance, there’s no reason it should have access to your messages.

Factory reset your phone every three months

This bit of advice comes to us from the Wireless Application Service Providers’ Association (WASPA) in South Africa and we have to say that this makes sense.

Malware can hide on your smartphone for ages without being detected

“While most of these malicious apps don’t create any home screen icons that would usually alert mobile users to their presence, they can almost always be found under device Settings,” says WASPA board member Tanya Howard-Thelander.

“Once found under App Settings, malicious apps can be deleted or uninstalled with a factory reset of the device,” says Howard-Thelander.

Of course – before you wipe your phone completely – you should backup any data you don’t want to lose. We also recommend unlinking any two-factor authenticators you might use. Just remember to reinstall and relink those authenticators after resetting your handset.

This might seem extreme but malware can be devious and even if you delete it, there’s no telling if that malware has embedded itself somewhere you can’t see it.

Above all else be vigilant. Don’t click on links from random emails and be aware of what apps you are using and what permissions they have requested.

For cybercriminals your smartphone is just another attack vector and for that reason you should be securing it as well as a Fortune 500 company would secure their systems.

THE ‘SECURE’ WI-FI STANDARD HAS A HUGE, DANGEROUS FLAW

WHEN YOU SET up a new Wi-Fi network, you’re probably conditioned by now to check the “WPA2” box. You may not specifically know when or why someone advised you to do this, but it was solid advice. Wi-Fi Protected Access 2 is the current industry standard that encrypts traffic on Wi-Fi networks to thwart eavesdroppers. And since it’s been the secure option since 2004, WPA2 networks are absolutely everywhere. They’re also, it turns out, vulnerable to cryptographic attack.

A flaw in WPA2’s cryptographic protocols could be exploited to read and steal data that would otherwise be protected, according to new research from security researcher Mathy Vanhoef of KU Leuven in Belgium. In some situations, the vulnerability even leaves room for an attacker to manipulate data on a Wi-Fi network, or inject new data in. In practice, that means hackers could steal your passwords, intercept your financial data, or even manipulate commands to, say, send your money to themselves.

An attacker needs to be physically in range of a particular Wi-Fi network to carry out the assaults, an important limitation. But given the ubiquitous use of WPA2 on tens of millions of Wi-Fi enabled devices around the world, the problem has enormous scope.

“Any correct implementation of WPA2 is likely affected. To prevent the attack, users must update affected products as soon as security updates become available,” Vanhoef urges. “If your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected.”

Bad Handshake

The weakness Vanhoef identified is in the WPA2 protocol’s so-called “four-way handshake.” That procedure determines whether a user attempting to join a network and the access point offering the network have matching credentials. It’s essentially an exchange that ensures the user knows the network password. The four-way handshake also generates a new encryption key—the third communication in the four-step process—to protect the user’s session. The newly discovered vulnerability, which Vanhoef calls a Key Reinstallation Attack, allows a hacker to tamper with or record and replay this third message, enabling them to reinstall a cryptographic key that’s already been used. That key reuse also resets the counters for how many packets, or bits of data, have been sent and received for a particular key. When these tallies are reset, an attacker can replay and decrypt packets, and even forge packets in some cases.

‘If your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected.’

SECURITY RESEARCHER MATHY VANHOEF

All of this manipulates contingency steps in the WPA2 protocol that keep a four-way handshake from totally failing even if the third communication gets lost or dropped (something that can naturally happen at times). As part of developing WPA2—a standard known as IEEE 802.11i—the Wi-Fi Alliance industry working group published a mathematical proof analyzing the security of the four-way handshake implementation. But Vanhoef notes that Krack attacks are not in conflict with that proof. For example, the attacks don’t leak any encryption keys. It keeps them “private,” and they allow the other steps in the handshake to play out to verify the identity of the user and the access point. In other words, the proof was accurate, but not exhaustive.

“This sort of complicated crypto is a fertile area for bugs,” says Matthew Green, a crypotgrapher at Johns Hopkins University. “The problem is not so much that there are a ton of bugs in WPA2. It’s that it will be very hard to patch most low-cost consumer devices. So all it takes is one bad one to screw a lot of people up for years.”

Release the Krack

Focusing on the four-way handshake means that there are possible Krack attacks for most Wi-Fi enabled devices out there, including Android and Linux, not to mention a seemingly infinite list of embedded and Internet of Things devices from companies like Linksys. All of these devices need to be patched—a painfully slow process when it comes to routers and IoT especially.

There’s some good news: Most current versions of iOS and Windows aren’t vulnerable, or are only vulnerable in one niche circumstance, because of the way Apple and Microsoft implemented the WPA2 standard to prevent resends of the third handshake message. But the millions and millions of impacted devices will present a challenge to fix. While the flaw is in the WPA2 standard and can be patched accordingly, different companies take different approaches to installing the protocol in their products, creating a patchwork of exposures and vulnerabilities in practice.

The Wi-Fi Alliance said in a statement that it “now requires testing for this vulnerability within our global certification lab network and has provided a vulnerability detection tool for use by any Wi-Fi Alliance member.” That should help keep new devices safe, but does little for those already on the market.

“It’s a problem in the core design of how keys are managed and integrity is assured,” says Kenneth White, director of the Open Crypto Audit Project. “When every Wi-Fi client is vulnerable to some of these flaws, the standard is underspecified (and flawed). There will be many millions of internet connected devices that will likely never get fixed.”

For consumers, immediate actions like changing your Wi-Fi password or getting a new router won’t protect against Krack attacks. As is too often the case, consumers will largely be at the mercy of manufacturers and software developers, relying on them to release patches and hoping there’s an easy way to apply them.

For now, you should still use WPA2. Its protections are still worth the risk that someone might be exploiting Krack somewhere near you. The best thing you can do to protect yourself is to install updates for as many of your devices as possible as soon as they come out, and make sure you only share sensitive data on sites that use HTTPS encryption. For large institutions, the key is architecting networks with multiple layers of protection, so data security doesn’t hinge on any one standard.

“It does highlight that enterprise networks need to be secure even if they have WPA2-enterprise protection,” says Robert Graham, an analyst for the cybersecurity firm Erratasec. He notes that networks should be segmented, so compromising one component doesn’t give attackers access to everything. “Also implement things like isolation, so one Wi-Fi client can’t talk to another,” he says.

With a vulnerability as widespread and hard to fix as Krack, the best anyone can do is try to soften the damage. And if being on public Wi-Fi made you paranoid before, well, at least you know you’re not altogether wrong.

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Norton Remove and Reinstall should be used only if you have tried to uninstall the Norton program using Windows Add/Remove Programs and that did not work.

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FIX: Norton Antivirus fails to update on Windows 10

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We can’t talk about third-party security solutions without including the Norton Antivirus. It’s one of the most reliable and valuable tools to use for malware protection. However, there seem to be lots of issues when it comes to running Norton on Windows 10 PC. Within the plethora of reported issues, we decided to single out the inability to update Norton with LiveUpdate feature on Windows 10.

We also made sure to try and address this with 4 enlisted solutions. If you’re unable to update Norton, follow the steps provided below.

How do I fix Norton Antivirus update problems?

  1. Disable Windows Defender
  2. Run Norton as administrator
  3. Reinstall Norton with the Remove and Reinstall Tool
  4. Update Windows

1: Disable Windows Defender

When talked about third-party antivirus solutions causing issues on Windows 10, Norton Antivirus is frequently mentioned. We can’t say why the likes of Norton and McAfee are having such a hard time on Windows 10, but, seemingly, they are. Now, this doesn’t mean that Norton won’t work on Windows 10 but just points out that you might need to perform a few tweaks.

In this case (and many other), the issues emerge due to the conflict between the built-in Windows Defender and the Norton Antivirus suite. Windows Defender should be disabled automatically after the installation, but every major update might change the setting. Basically, if both antimalware solutions are working at the same time, one or the other won’t work as intended. Leading to issues like update failures.

In order to avoid this, we suggest disabling Windows Defender and trying to update your system again. Here’s what you need to do:

  1. In the Windows Search bar, type regedit and open regedit.
  2. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESOFTWAREPoliciesMicrosoftWindows Defender. You can copy-paste the path in the Registry Editor’s address bar.
  3. Double-click on the DisableAntiSpyware DWORD and enter 1 as the value.
  4. If there’s no the DisableAntiSpyware DWORD, right-click on the empty area and select New DWORD 32 Value. Name the DWORD DisableAntiSpyware, save it and set its value to 1.norton antivirus fails to update
  5. Close Registry Editor and restart your PC.

2: Run Norton as administrator

Furthermore, due to the reports of performance issues on Windows 10, it’s best to run Norton with administrative permissions. The limitations imposed on the Norton can be avoided afterward. You’ll, of course, need the administrative access to your PC in order to grant these permissions.

Here’s how to run Norton as administrator permanently:

    1. Navigate to the folder where Norton is installed.
    2. Right-click on the executable file and open Properties.
  1. Choose the Compatibility tab.
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3: Reinstall Norton with the Remove and Reinstall Tool

If the previous steps fell short, we’re inclined to suggest a complete reinstallation of the Norton Antivirus. Especially if the update issues appeared after a major update or system upgrade over an older iteration of Windows. Also, it won’t suffice to remove the program with just a usual approach. You’ll need to use the developer-provided tool called Norton Remove and Reinstall Tool.

Here’s how to run it in Windows 10:

  1. Download Norton Remove and Reinstall Toolhere.
  2. Press and hold Shift and click on Restart to restart your PC in the Advanced menu.
  3. Select Troubleshoot and then Advanced options.
  4. Click on Startup settings and then Restart.
  5. Choose Safe mode or Safe mode on the next screen.
  6. Run the Norton Remove and Reinstall Tool tool.
  7. Navigate to C:Program Files (or Program Files 86x) and delete the Norton folder.
  8. Restart your PC and download the latest Norton iteration, here.
  9. Install it, enter your credentials, and look for improvements with updating.

4: Update Windows

Finally, you can just wait for the developer to resolve possible server stall. While waiting, it won’t do you any wrong updating Windows 10. Some issues were dealt with by applying the cumulative patches Microsoft provided. After that, we can hardly suggest anything other but contacting the support and providing them the needed logs so they can deal with your issue internally.

Here’s how to update Windows 10:

  1. In the Windows Search bar, type Update and open Check for updates.
  2. Click Check for updates and install all available updates.
  3. Restart your PC and run Norton LiveUpdate again.

With that said, we can call it a wrap. If you have an alternative solution you know of, make sure to post it in the comments section below. We would be thankful for contribution.

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Tips to Safe Your Private Data from Hackers Using Norton Products

Tips Safe Private Data Hackers Using Norton Products – In today’s’ time everything is online. So you need to make sure that you use a security tool to keep your private data safe from hackers. There are a number of security tools available in the market, and Norton is one of the best. You can try to Safe Your Private Data from Hackers Using Norton Products. The Norton products can be downloaded and installed online from the link norton.com/setup. Here in this article, we’ll be discussing the Tips to Safe Your Private Data from Hackers Using Norton Products.

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INSTALL A SECURITY TOOL:

  • In order to keep the hackers away from the system,
  • First and foremost you need to install a security tool like McAfee, Norton, AVG etc.
  • Norton Antivirus is one of the best security tools which offers the complete security.
  • Also, it blocks the malicious websites while surfing or browsing online.
  • With the 24/7 support, you will find the solution to your issues very quick and easy.

UNINSTALL INCOMPATIBLE SOFTWARE:

  • In case you are not using any software for a long time, also it is not compatible.
  • So it is the time to remove this software from your system to free up some space.
  • You also need to make sure that the apps which you are using are safe.

CHANGE PASSWORD REGULARLY:

  • First of all, you must create a unique password for every account.
  • You should use a combination of symbols, numbers, and alphabets.
  • Furthermore, it is very important that you keep changing your password frequently.
  • Even though there is no harm in using the same password for a long time. But still, it is not safe for a user account.
  • Your password and other information are easy to access for hackers.

BEWARE WHILE ADDING USERS:

  • You need to make sure that you only use the requests of your known.
  • It might be possible that a hacker sends you request by changing his/her identity.
  • In that case, it would be difficult to keep your data safe from hackers.

NEVER IGNORE SECURITY QUESTIONS:

  • Security questions offer more security to your account, in addition.
  • In order to keep the hackers away, make sure that you never ignore a security question.
  • While creating account select a security question which is hard to guess for someone.

We have mentioned Tips to Safe Your Private Data from Hackers Using Norton Products above. In case you face any difficulty or need more information then contact Norton Support. You may also visit Norton.com/setup for 24/7 support.

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Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code Free Download

Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code Free Download – Norton LiveSafe offers you protection from the viruses and malware along with the 24/7 support. You can download and install the security on multiple devices to secure your family members as well. The password manager feature of the Norton LiveSafe allows you to store multiple passwords on cloud storage. You are required to have an activation code to install your version of the product on your system. Here in this article, we are going to discuss the process of Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code Free Download.

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WHAT IS ACTIVATION CODE – NORTON.COM/SETUP:

Norton LiveSafe activation code is a key which is essential to download the product on your system. You can find the product key on the cover of your product or inside the cover of the product, in case of offline purchase. If you purchase the product online then the product key can be found in the mailbox of your registered email id. You may also purchase the retail card from the offline or online store to activate as well as upgrade your version of the product.

A PROCESS OF NORTON LIVESAFE 2018 ACTIVATION CODE FREE DOWNLOAD – Norton.COM/ACTIVATE:

PURCHASE THE ACTIVATION CODE:

  • Online Purchasing: Firstly, visit Norton.com/activate and then find the product key retail card online. Furthermore, click on the Buy now option and then follow the instructions. In case you do not have Norton account then you need to create one to make the payment.
  • Offline Payment: First of all, you need to visit the nearby retail store and then ask for the product key retail card as per your requirement. Make sure the retail card is not tempered then make the payment and you are done.

You can follow the above-mentioned procedure to purchase the Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code Free Download. In case you need help then please contact Norton Support or visit Norton.com/activate.

INSTALLING USING Norton LIVESAFE 2018 ACTIVATION CODE:

  • Firstly, visit Norton.com/activate and then enter the product key in the required field.
  • After typing the Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code in the field, click on Submit button.
  • Now, you need to login to your Norton account using your login credentials, if have one.
  • In case you do not have an account then create a new account and log in to your account.
  • Once you are logged in to your account then go to My Account page and then click Install.
  • Click on the SaveFile or Run to download the file on your system.
  • Wait to finish the download and then double click on the Downloaded file to run the setup.
  • Follow the instructions to finish the Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code Free Download.
  • In conclusion, you need to restart your system to save the changes.

For more help or information related to Norton LiveSafe 2018 Activation Code Free Download. You may contact Norton Support or visit us at Norton.com/activate.

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How to Fix Norton Error Code 1603?

Norton Error Code 1603 generates when you are experiencing any technical difficulties while downloading and installing the Norton antivirus security software product. This technical error can occur on the Windows screen of your operating system due to an incomplete installation of Norton antivirus software, which can pave the way for the destruction of the functionality of your PC.

Therefore, there it has become the necessity to sort out this issue with the steps mentioned on our blog. Simultaneously, we will also share the main causes which are responsible for the occurrence of this technical issue. Moreover, we will also discuss the issues and the troubles when Norton Error Code 1603 appears on your PC.

Main Causes of Norton Error Code 1603

Incomplete Installation:

 When the installation of Norton antivirus software is not completed on your OS, then it can become the fountainhead of this issue.

Corrupt Windows Registry:

When the Windows registry of your operating system becomes corrupted and damaged, then it can destruct your system files, which can result in the advent of this error.

Ingress of the Viruses and Malware:

The harmful intrusion of malware such as Trojans, spyware, and adware to your PC can also create this error code 1603.

Deletion of Files:

The deletion of any files and folders even anonymously can cause this trouble.

Corrupt Downloads:

The operating system may get destroyed this error when you download any corrupted files and folders.

Symptoms of Norton Error Code 1603

  1. Freezing of the Windows screen of your OS for a short while.
  2. It can destroy your active windows program
  3. Crash the performance of your computer
  4. Frequent pops up of this technical error on your system
  5. The functionality of your PC can get slowed down
  6. Cannot access the computer in a congruous way

Steps to Fix Norton Error Code 1603

  1. Repair the Windows registry entries linked to Norton Error Code 1603.
  2. A complete malware and the viruses scan
  3. Regular clean up your OS junks with Disk Clean up
  4. Update your computer device drivers
  5. Undo all the recent system changes
  6. Then uninstall and re-install Norton antivirus software
  7. Windows system file checker
  8. After it install updates and perform a clean installation

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