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Bitcoin Scams Infest Social Media

Bitcoin Scams Infest Social Media

Beware malware gambits, Bitcoin phishing impersonators, Bitcoin-flipping scams and Bitcoin pyramid schemes.

Most Mobile Devices Are Out of Date and Need Patching

Most Mobile Devices Are Out of Date and Need Patching

71% of mobile devices still run on security patches that are more than two months old.

Fake Minecraft Mods in Google Play Rack Up Nearly a Million Downloads

Fake Minecraft Mods in Google Play Rack Up Nearly a Million Downloads

Android gamers that fall for them will find themselves bombarded with aggressive ads, scam activity and malware in the future.

WikiLeaks Reveal CIA Capabilities to Break into Apple Products

WikiLeaks Reveal CIA Capabilities to Break into Apple Products

New revelations from WikiLeaks has shown capabilities to break into Apple products

Thousands of ICS Infections Each Year, But No Need to Panic

Thousands of ICS Infections Each Year, But No Need to Panic

Dragos cuts through the hype when it comes to attacks on industrial sites

Experts Urge SAP Users to Patch Critical Remote Code Execution Bug

Experts Urge SAP Users to Patch Critical Remote Code Execution Bug

GUI vulnerability could allow attackers to steal info or spread ransomware

LastPass Fixes Password Manager Zero-Day in Record Time

LastPass Fixes Password Manager Zero-Day in Record Time

The flaw would allow remote code execution and the ability to steal users’ passwords.

Physical Security Continues to Move to the Cloud as Concerns Wane

Physical Security Continues to Move to the Cloud as Concerns Wane

57% of respondents believe the cloud is a cyber-safe environment for these kinds of operations.

Majority of UK Biz Lacks DNS Insight, Leading to DDoS and More

Majority of UK Biz Lacks DNS Insight, Leading to DDoS and More

Good DNS management can defend the front line against cyber-attacks.

El Machete Reappears to Hack Its Way Through LatAm

El Machete Reappears to Hack Its Way Through LatAm

About 300 unique victims have been identified in Latin America over the past month, and more than 100GB of data stolen.

UK Government in Laptop Cabin Baggage Ban

UK Government in Laptop Cabin Baggage Ban

Direct flights from six Muslim-majority countries affected in new security order

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