|A compilation of notable security news and blog posts from December 04 to December 10, including Botnets, hacked toys, ransom demands and jailbreaks gone horribly wrong.
Security researchers have uncovered a previously undetected group of Russian-speaking hackers that has silently been targeting Banks, financial institutions, and legal firms, primarily in the United States, UK, and Russia.
Moscow-based security firm G…
|Why threat actors prefer mining for Monero rather than for the very hot Bitcoin cryptocurrency? Let us point out some possible reasons.
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Due to the growing number of threats in the computer world, ethical hackers have become the most important player for not only governments but also private companies and IT firms in order to safeguard their systems and networks from hackers trying to i…
Here we are with our weekly roundup, briefing this week’s top cybersecurity threats, incidents, and challenges, just in case you missed any of them.
Last week has been very short with big news from the theft of over 4,700 Bitcoins from the largest cry…
HP has an awful history of ‘accidentally’ leaving keyloggers onto its customers’ laptops. At least two times this year, HP laptops were caught with pre-installed keylogger or spyware applications.
I was following a tweet made by a security researcher …
Millions of Android devices are at serious risk of a newly disclosed critical vulnerability that allows attackers to secretly overwrite legitimate applications installed on your smartphone with their malicious versions.
Dubbed Janus, the vulnerability…
Type: AdvisorySecureworks Security Advisory 2017-001Category:CTU ResearchIncorrect access control in AMAG Technology Symmetry Door Edge Network Controllers enables remote attackers to execute door controller commands (e.g., lock, unlock, add ID card va…
|A new piece of Mac malware called HiddenLotus is using a clever new trick to fool users into opening it.
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