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Making Light of the "Dark Web" (and Debunking the FUD)

I'll start this post where I start many of my talks - what does a hacker look like? Or perhaps more specifically, what do people think a hacker looks like? It's probably a scary image, one that's a bit mysterious, a shady character lurking in the hidden depths of the
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How Hackers Are Leveraging Machine Learning

Unfortunately, like many advanced and innovative technological processes, machine learning can be leveraged for both beneficial enterprise purposes as well as malicious activity.
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What’s new in Windows 10 security features: The anti-ransomware edition

Here's what you need to know about each security update to Windows 10 as they roll out from Microsoft. Now updated for 1709, Fall Creators Edition.

Half of Large British Businesses Hold Stockpiles of Cryptocurrency

Half of all large British businesses hold stockpiles of multiple cryptocurrencies, with an average of 24 bitcoins in their possession.

Indian Text Character Crashes Many iOS and macOS Apps

A character from the Indian Telugu language will crash multiple applications on iOS and macOS, an Italian blogger has discovered.

Facebook's free VPN acts like spyware to iOS users in the U.S.

Facebook's new VPN service for iOS users in the U.S. claims to provide security protections, but it also tracks users -- collecting mobile data traffic.

A secure web is here to stay

Posted by Emily Schechter, Chrome Security Product Manager For the past several years, we’ve moved toward a more secure web by strongly adv...

Cryakl ransomware antidote released after servers seized

Don't pay the miscreants – don't even fix a price

How many top professionals do you know who do ‘not’ drink alcohol?

Recently I asked the question ‘How many professional sports stars can you name who do ‘not’ drink alcohol?’ We struggled to name one. Why is this? The

You publish 20,000 clean patches, but one goes wrong and you're a PC-crippler forever

Malwarebytes pushed a patch, then a patch for the patch

Microsoft issues emergency Windows update to disable Intel’s buggy Spectre fixes

Update protects against random reboots and data loss|By Tom Warren

The 17 biggest data breaches of the 21st century

Security practitioners weigh in on the 17 worst data breaches in recent memory.

Pro tip for 2018: treat the ransomware threat like an imminent hard drive failure

With the General Data Protection Regulation knocking on everyone’s door, breaches will have to be taken more seriously than ever. At the same time, new data indicates that ransomware attacks are rising steeply, which means neither organizations nor regular users can afford to... #backup #databreac...

Auto-ISAC signs cybersecurity agreement with DHS

WASHINGTON, Jan. 25, 2018 -- The Auto-ISAC has signed a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with the U.S.

Now even YouTube serves ads with CPU-draining cryptocurrency miners

Ad campaign lets attackers profit while unwitting users watch videos.

Dutch intelligence had a front-row seat to Russian DNC hack

Dutch intelligence reportedly had unfettered access to a network Russian hackers used to interfere with the 2016 presidential election.