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Network Security Sat May 13 2017 20:13:00 GMT+0000 (UTC)
WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- If you are following the news, by now you might be aware that a security researcher has activated a "Kill Switch" to stop WannaCry ransomware from spreading further, which has already infected over 170,000 computers across 99 countries worldwide only
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When the world was dealing with the threat of the self-spreading WannaCry ransomware, WikiLeaks released a new batch of CIA Vault 7 leaks, detailing two apparent CIA malware frameworks for the Microsoft Windows platform. Dubbed "AfterMidnight" and "A
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The malicious scam campaign, "The 'HoeflerText' font wasn't found," is back, which was previously targeting Google Chrome users to trick them into installing Spora ransomware on their computers. This time the campaign has been re-designed to target M
While we all were busy in the WannaCry ransomware menace, two separate data breaches have been reported, one in DocuSign, a major provider of electronic signature technology, and another in BELL, Canadas largest telecommunications company. Canadian m
With the growing number of data breaches and cyber attacks, a significant number of companies and organizations have started Bug Bounty programs for encouraging hackers and bug hunters to find and responsibly report vulnerabilities in their services
While we all were busy in the WannaCry ransomware menace, two separate data breaches have been reported, one in DocuSign, a major provider of electronic signature technology, and another in BELL, Canadas largest telecommunications company. In a notic