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Ransomware Evolved: Onion Malware Uses Tor, Bitco...
The message which victims of the Onion ransomware see once all the files on their computer have been infected.Kaspersky Lab Ransomware has become one of the most pernicious and prevalent types of...
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AWS Supports 41% of Malware Hosting Sites, More t...
Amazon Web Services hosts more malware hosting sites than any other ISP or web hosting provider, according to a new report from security company Solutionary. In Q2 2014, AWS supported 41 percent of...
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LibreSSL RNG bug fix: What's all the forking fuss...
A bug found and fixed in LibreSSL, the OpenSSL fork maintained by OpenBSD developers, is “catastrophic" or "overblown", depending on whom you talk to. Just days after the release of a portable...
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Brazil cybertheft could be biggest ever
A scheme that has been skimming funds from Brazilian bank payments over the past two years may be the largest cybercrime heist in history, at some $3.75 billion, security researchers say. The scheme...
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Spam Tops Malware as Most Common External Securit...
Spam has passed malware as the most common external security threat to companies, but the number of companies facing targeted attacks rose by 25 percent in the past year, according to a survey...
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Anti-spam law is war against a non-existent enemy
On July 1, new anti-spam legislation is set to become law in Canada, a law that aims to eliminate unwanted electronic messages (emails, text messages, instant messages) and severely penalize...
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