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Bitdefender 2017 brings anti-ransomware, wifi vulnerability checker
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Bitdefender 2017 brings anti-ransomware, wifi vulnerability checker
Bitdefender has unveiled its 2017 consumer security range, including Bitdefender Antivirus Plus 2017, Bitdefender Internet Security 2017 and Bitdefender Total Security Multi-Device 2017.
 
Crysis ransomware now attacking businesses in Australia and New Zealand
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Crysis ransomware now attacking businesses in Australia and New Zealand
Australian and New Zealand businesses are being hit with a ransomware campaign.
 
89% of mobile users wouldn't know if their device was cyber-attacked
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89% of mobile users wouldn't know if their device was cyber-attacked
A majority of mobile users (89 percent) wouldn't know if their device has been infected through a cyber-attack, revealing a massive lack of awareness of cyber-threats.
Public/private anti-ransomware initiative seeing huge interest 
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Public/private anti-ransomware initiative seeing huge interest

No More Ransomware, the free non-profit initiative launched by Intel Security, Kaspersky Lab and the Dutch Police has seen growing success.
Cross-site scripting vulnerability found on Google's French website 
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Cross-site scripting vulnerability found on Google's French website

Sacre Bleu!: A type of XSS vulnerability has been discovered in the French version of Google.
Ransomware up 3000% since first recorded, now targeting hospitals 
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Ransomware up 3000% since first recorded, now targeting hospitals

In its September 2016 Threat Report, Intel Security describes how ransomware attacks are up 3000 percent since records began in 2012, and why attackers are now turning to the healthcare industry.
Amidst lawsuit, McAfee aims to innovate as a separate entity 
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Amidst lawsuit, McAfee aims to innovate as a separate entity

As Intel proceeds with plans to divest its majority stake in Intel Security, the chipmaker's security business unit, a lawsuit filed against Intel threatens to create challenges for the entity.
May-July 2016: popular operating systems and products had 2,686 vulnerabilities 
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May-July 2016: popular operating systems and products had 2,686 vulnerabilities

The total number of recorded vulnerabilities across widely-used operating systems and niche products was 2,686 from May through July 2016.
What's behind backdoor #3? Mac version of Mokes malware follows Linux, Windows variants 
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What's behind backdoor #3? Mac version of Mokes malware follows Linux, Windows variants

Kaspersky Lab today released an analysis of a newly discovered version of Mokes - a malicious, cross-platform backdoor with spying functionality - this one targeting Apple's OS X operating system.
Gugi banking Trojan outwits security features of Android 6 
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Gugi banking Trojan outwits security features of Android 6

Malware bypasses security measures to steal user credentials and sniff out banking details of naive users that grant permission without realising what they've done.
Intel doesn't want John McAfee to use his own name 
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Intel doesn't want John McAfee to use his own name

Would a cybersecurity firm by any other name smell as sweet?
IoT home routers used to launch application-level DDoS attack 
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IoT home routers used to launch application-level DDoS attack

Eight brands of IoT home routers were compromised and used to create botnets that launched an application- against a website's multiple servers.
New version of L0phtCrack makes cracking Windows passwords easier than ever 
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New version of L0phtCrack makes cracking Windows passwords easier than ever

L0phtCrack is back, 19 years old and updated for the first time in six years, version 7 is apparently 500 times faster.
Spotify resets user passwords due to data breaches suffered by other companies 
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Spotify resets user passwords due to data breaches suffered by other companies

A raft of breaches has gotten Spotify nervous.
Dropbox hack confirmed real, 68 million accounts affected 
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Dropbox hack confirmed real, 68 million accounts affected

Dropbox hack of 68 million user account credentials has been confirmed by security researcher Troy Hunt and Motherboard. Company advising a swift change in passwords.
Minecraft account dump: 71,000 accounts leaked 
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Minecraft account dump: 71,000 accounts leaked

Tens of thousands of account details have been dumped from a Minecraft fan site, according to Australian researcher Troy Hunt.
Hackers spend a night at Opera's servers 
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Hackers spend a night at Opera's servers

Browser company confirms sync servers breached, exposing passwords of millions of users.
Artificial intelligence and the future of cyber-security 
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Artificial intelligence and the future of cyber-security

Alexandre Arbelet and Daniel Brown explain the role of artificial intelligence in enhancing cyber-
Hackers exploit vBulletin flaw to access 27M accounts on 11 websites 
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Hackers exploit vBulletin flaw to access 27M accounts on 11 websites

Attackers used a flaw in the internet forum software vBulletin to breach 11 websites, exposing personal information of 27 million accounts.
Researchers quell Wildfire ransomware with decryption key 
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Researchers quell Wildfire ransomware with decryption key

Intel and Kaspersky researchers developed a free decryption tool for victims of the Wildfire variant of ransomware.
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