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KRACK; all you need to know about the Wi-Fi vulnerability

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This week, researchers published information on a serious weakness in WPA2, the security protocol that protects most modern Wi-Fi networks. The flaw in WPA2 allows anyone to break the security layer that is established between…

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CCleaner hack: the dirty truth behind anti-malware apps

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Think anti-malware apps offer full protection against malware? Think again. On Monday 18 September, Cisco’s Talos Intelligence research team revealed that hackers had successfully breached popular antivirus app, CCleaner, which boasts a monstrous two billion…

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BlueBorne causing mobile users to lose trust in Bluetooth

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BlueBorne is the name that has been given to the latest mobile attack vector targeting various parts of the Bluetooth stack running on almost every smart device in the world. It is capable of remotely…

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E-mail hacking: why access to your account is as good as gold

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Imagine this: a malicious hacker gains access to your e-mail account by getting his or her hands on your username and password from a leaking app, such as Tiscali. Are you nervous? Palms sweaty? Knees…

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IT teams are having a rough time dealing with RoughTed

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Wandera uncovers new domains compromised by RoughTed malvertising variant If you’ve been keeping up with your security news, you’ll know that RoughTed is the malvertising operation that has taken the enterprise world by storm. With…

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The lowest cost for your vacation. The only catch? Leaking credentials

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It has become common practice when booking a trip to surf multiple websites in order find the most favourable price for your flight, car and hotel. Travelers today are willing to look far and wide…

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Threats in a mobile world, according to Graham Cluley

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The world has changed. Of course, we all know the world has changed, we can see it. But are we aware of how much it has changed in such a short space of time? Graham…

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Former internet giant fails to keep up with security trends

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You may have to be over the age of 30 to remember it, but Lycos used to be a recognizable name in the days of the first, much slower, version of the internet. The ‘Web…

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NotPetya ransomware silences computer systems around the world

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Hot on the heels of last month’s WannaCry outbreak, another ransomware attack has been unleashed affecting over 80 companies in various industries across the world. The ‘NotPetya’ attack was first reported in Ukraine where the…

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Apps designed for safety putting users at risk

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Personal safety apps are increasing in popularity for good reason. Such apps are designed to alert your family and emergency services if you’re in danger. But like all apps, even personal safety apps can be…

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