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Kaspersky Lab experts have found a new trojan that was deployed to aid cyber-heists of banks in Russia, Armenia, and Malaysia. Experts named the new trojan Silence.
The operators of a malware strain identified as CryptoShuffler have made at least $150,000 worth of Bitcoin by using an extremely simple scheme.
Advances in artificial intelligence are coming fast and furious these days, and one of the most impressive is an AI bot created by Nvidia researchers that can generate images of random and extremely realistic human faces.
Apple just released iOS 11.1 & macOS High Sierra 10.13.1, which includes a variety of fixes, over 70 new emojis, and numerous security updates. Also released today are new updates for tvOS, watchOS, Safari, iTunes, and iCloud.
Open Whisper Systems, the company behind the Signal IM service, has finally launched standalone desktop applications for Windows, macOS, and Linux.
UK authorities have arrested a 21-year-old man for launching DDoS attacks on online services like Google, Skype, and Pokemon, but also for selling malware online.
Comodo, the Internets' leading Certificate Authority (CA), has sold a majority stake in its SSL issuance business for an undisclosed amount to Francisco Partners, a San Francisco-based venture capital firm.
Rutgers engineers have created a new type of user authentication system that relies on transmitting vibrations through a surface and having the user touch the surface to generate a unique signature. This signature is then used to approve or deny a user access to an app, room, or building.
As more and more ransomware outbreaks are discovered, the line has become blurred in whether they are being utilized as a wiper or an actual ransomware. Such is the case with a new ransomware attack called ONI that has been used in targeted month long attacks against Japanese companies.
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A Facebook spam campaign is luring users to phishing pages that try to trick targets into handing over Facebook or YouTube credentials.
Oracle has released patches for a security issue affecting the Oracle Identity Manager that has received a rare 10 out of 10 score on the CVSSv3 bug severity scale.
A Romanian bug hunter has found three flaws in Google's official bug tracker, one of which could have been used to exposed sensitive vulnerabilities to unauthorized intruders.
Mozilla engineers are discussing plans to remove support for a state-operated Dutch TLS/HTTPS provider after the Dutch government has voted a new law that grants local authorities the power to intercept Internet communications using "false keys."
Mozilla engineers have borrowed yet another feature from the Tor Browser and starting with version 58 Firefox will block attempts to fingerprint users using the HTML5 canvas element.
unCAPTCHA is the name of a new automated system designed by a team of four computer science experts from the University of Maryland (UM) that can break Google's reCAPTCHA challenges with an accuracy of 85%.
Scientists from Florida International University and Bloomberg have created a custom two-factor authentication (2FA) system that relies on users taking a photo of a personal object.