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  • Global action targeting Shylock malware

    14.07.2014

    On 8 and 9 July 2014, an alliance of law enforcement and industry undertook measures against the Internet domains and servers that form the core of an advanced cybercriminal infrastructure attacking online banking systems around the globe using the Shylock Trojan.

  • Nearly 70% of critical infrastructure providers suffered a breach

    10.07.2014

    New research from Unisys finds alarming gaps in the security of the world's critical infrastructure.

  • Global rise in Android banking and payment malware

    10.07.2014

    Mobile banking and mobile payment malware – malicious software that can extort money from users by hijacking personal information and spoofing bank sites or apps to trick victims into sharing personal data – rose in the month of June.

  • Google catches India with fake certificates

    09.07.2014

    As the world becomes more dependent, and some might say blindly so, on digital certificates it’s only natural that attackers will seek to circumvent this trust.

  • Legitimate No-IP users still affected by Microsoft's domain takeover

    02.07.2014

    When Microsoft seized control of 23 free domain names usually controlled by dynamic DNS service No-IP on Monday, it disrupted malware networks used by cybercriminals to infect victims with NJrat and NJw0rm backdoors, as well as some APT operations.




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Internet Explorer vulnerabilities increase 100%

Posted on 23 July 2014.  |  Bromium Labs research determined that Internet Explorer vulnerabilities have increased more than 100 percent since 2013, surpassing Java and Flash vulnerabilities.


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