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| |Dexphot Malware Uses Randomization, Encryption, And Polymorphism To Evade Detection Malware that Microsoft has been tracking for over a year has been leveraging numerous techniques for evasion, including random file names, fileless installation, and polymorphism.
| |German Court Backs Murderers Right To Be Forgotten A man convicted of murder 37 years ago has the right to be forgotten and have his name removed from online search results, Germanys highest court ruled on Wednesday.
The constitutional court in Karlsruhe found in favour of a man who was...
| |Meet Kilos, A New Search Engine For The Dark Web Kilos is a new dark web search engine that goes where Google doesnt. It was first announced by its developer on Reddit on November 15, 2019: "Introducing Kilos, a new search engine for the darknet markets."
| |Build Your Immunity Across All App-Security Insertion Points Years ago, I worked on a consulting project for a large financial services company, which had recently invested $20 million into their core offering, a managed services platform for financials that was used by hundreds of customers.
| |Google Shares Data On State-Sponsored Hacking Attempts Google’s Threat Analysis Group (TAG) this week shared some data on government-backed hacking and disinformation attempts targteting its customers.
| |Hackers Steal $49 Million In Ethereum From Cryptocurrency Exchange Upbit South Korean cryptocurrency exchange Upbit today announced that hackers managed to steal $49 million in Ethereum.
The crypto-coins were transferred from the Upbeat Ethereum Hot Wallet to an unknown wallet on November 27, announced Lee Seok-woo,...
| |Malware Found On Payment System Used By On The Border Restaurants Tex-Mex restaurant chain On The Border has informed customers this week that their payment card information may have been stolen by hackers.
| |Twitter, Facebook User Data Improperly Accessed Via Malicious SDKs
| |Kaspersky Patches Several Vulnerabilities In Web Protection Features Kaspersky has patched several vulnerabilities affecting the web protection features present in its Anti-Virus, Internet Security, Total Security, Free Anti-Virus, Security Cloud, and Small Office Security products.
| |The Hidden Danger In Berners-Lees Contract For The Web World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee has concerns over the state and future of the internet that are well-known. He fears that a technology developed to provide universal access to free information has developed a distinct dystopian...
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