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| |Seven Mobile Browsers Vulnerable To Address Bar Spoofing Attacks 20th Oct 2020 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Vulnerabilities allow attackers to trick users into accessing malicious sites while showing the incorrect URL in the address bar.
| |Barnes & Noble Confirms Cyberattack, Ransomware Group Leaks Allegedly Stolen Data 20th Oct 2020 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Updated: The bookseller’s security incident also impacted Nook services.
| |Gits Move Away From SHA-1: Version 2.29 Brings Experimental SHA-256 Support 20th Oct 2020 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Git project makes progress in moving the worlds most popular versioning control system to a safer cryptographic hash.
| |Ransomware Gang Donates Part Of Ransom Demands To Charity Organizations 20th Oct 2020 [7 days ago] from ZDNet The Darkside ransomware gang has donated $10K it received as part of ransom demands to Children International and The Water Project.
| |Toyota To Bring LTE To Vehicles In Australia With Telstra And KDDI 19th Oct 2020 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Mobile connectivity to be introduced in select vehicles later in 2020.
| |Home Affairs Concerned With Facebooks Plans To Create Worlds Biggest Dark Web 19th Oct 2020 [7 days ago] from ZDNet Department secretary said the plans could result in law enforcement playing whack-a-mole where they chase criminals from platform to platform.
| |UK Says Russia Was Preparing Cyber-attacks Against The Tokyo Olympics 19th Oct 2020 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Targets included the Games organizers, logistics services, and sponsors, UK officials said.
| |CyberCX Pays AU$25m For Decipher Works And CloudTen 19th Oct 2020 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Cybersecurity megamix continues its shopping spree by adding identity management firm Decipher Works and cloud security specialists CloudTen to its growing list of brands.
| |US Charges Russian Hackers Behind NotPetya, KillDisk, OlympicDestroyer Attacks 19th Oct 2020 [8 days ago] from ZDNet The US Department of Justice has unsealed today charges against six GRU officers believed to be members of Sandworm, one of todays most advanced state-sponsored hacking groups.
| |Toshiba Targets $20bn Quantum Key, Data Encryption Business With Verizon, BT Partnerships 19th Oct 2020 [8 days ago] from ZDNet Toshiba estimates the market will be worth $20 billion worldwide by 2035.
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