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2015/07/02 16:03
2015/07/02 16:03
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The citizen’s guide to the future. This piece was adapted from an article that originally appeared in the SAIS Review of International Affairs. While testifying before Congress in May, Peter Pry...
2015/07/02 16:03
2015/07/02 16:03
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2015/07/01 02:18
2015/07/01 02:18
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An array of science-fiction-like technologies would likely make their debut U.S. and Chinese warships battle at sea, firing everything from cannons to cruise missiles to lasers. Stealthy Russian and...
2015/06/29 18:11
2015/06/29 18:11
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The United States' National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have been attacking antivirus and other security software since at least 2008, The...
2015/06/26 13:02
2015/06/26 13:02
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BEIRUT – The purported theft of confidential Saudi documents that have been released by WikiLeaks bears the hallmarks of Iranian hackers linked to cyberattacks in more than a dozen countries,...
2015/06/24 18:05
2015/06/24 18:05
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The United States' National Security Agency (NSA) and the UK's Government Communications Headquarters (GCHQ) have been attacking antivirus and other security software since at least 2008, The...
2015/06/22 21:39
2015/06/22 21:39
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Citing the documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden, The Intercept says that the National Security Agency (NSA) and the U.K.'s GCHQ have reverse-engineered popular antivirus software...
2015/06/17 23:11
2015/06/17 23:11
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Kaspersky discovered Duqu 2.0 after the malware penetrated its own internal networks. "The philosophy and way of thinking of the Duqu 2.0 group is a generation ahead of anything seen in the APT...
2015/06/17 22:03
2015/06/17 22:03
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The citizen’s guide to the future. Hack and FieldThe Cardinals allegedly hacked the Astros. But is it really hacking if you have a password? The FBI’s investigation of the St. Louis Cardinals for...
2015/06/17 11:11
2015/06/17 11:11
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Often cyber warfare is described as a "future threat". Nothing could be further from the truth. Warfare in the cyber domain is now an everyday occurrence - and has been for some time. In 2007, Russia...
2015/06/16 15:40
2015/06/16 15:40
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Security vendor investigates after suffering successful cyberattack. The Stuxnet-derived malware that hit Kaspersky Lab in a recent cyberattack used digital certificates from the Taiwanese...
2015/06/16 13:39
2015/06/16 13:39
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Hotel rooms aren't as private as they used to be. Recent reports suggest luxury hotels may have been targeted by national intelligence services trying to spy on negotiations over Iran's nuclear...
2015/06/15 20:29
2015/06/15 20:29
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Any device with a computer chip can be hacked, but not all hacks are created equal. In fact, in a world where tens of millions of computers are compromised by malware every year and nearly every...
2015/06/14 00:56
2015/06/14 00:56
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... Legacy of Stuxnet is risk posed to technology dependent world- 20 countries have launched cyberwarfare programmes since exposure of Stuxnet in 2010- Stuxnet virus targeted safety mechanisms in...
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2015/06/13 22:39
2015/06/13 22:39
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Such phones are not secure as "data entered on to them is backed up, cannot be removed and can be accessed," Brigadier General Gholamreza Jalali told ISNA news agency, alluding to smartphone...
2015/06/13 18:11
2015/06/13 18:11
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TEHRAN, Iran (AP) — A senior Iranian official says authorities with access to classified information will be banned from using smartphones. Gen. Gholam Reza Jalali, who heads an Iranian military unit...
2015/06/12 18:05
2015/06/12 18:05
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Kaspersky discovered Duqu 2.0 after the malware penetrated its own internal networks. "The philosophy and way of thinking of the Duqu 2.0 group is a generation ahead of anything seen in the APT...
2015/06/11 07:58
2015/06/11 07:58
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Rhetoric comes after reports that US carried out unsuccessful Stuxnet-like attack in 2010 North Korea has responded to a report that it was the target of an unsuccessful Stuxnet-style cyberattack by...
2015/06/11 04:48
2015/06/11 04:48
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Botnet boffin Peter Kleissner says at least 153 computers are still slaves to Stuxnet. Of those, six are tied to supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA) systems which the malware is designed...
2015/06/10 21:03
2015/06/10 21:03
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The threat posed by state-sponsored malware might be even larger than first thought. Antivirus developer Kaspersky Lab says it discovered an attack on its network by allegedly government-made spyware...
2015/06/10 17:42
2015/06/10 17:42
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I became interested in computer security in 1989 when my computer was infected with the ‘Cascade’ virus. I was a young software engineer, and managed to get rid of it. That’s when computer security...
2015/07/02 16:03
2015/07/02 16:03
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