(Bloomberg) -- Kaspersky Lab's Vitaly Kamluk discusses Lenovo's announcement that it will no longer pre-install advertising software on its PCs, a week after the world's biggest computer maker apologized for including adware on consumer laptops ... Yahoo! Finance, 1 month ago
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Kaspersky Lab's global research and analysis team uncovered what they claim is the most sophisticated advanced persistent threat group yet known. [embedded content] Known as the Equation Group , researchers led by GReAT director Costin Raiu ...Threatpost, 1 month ago
INTERPOL cyber threat researchers, including a Kaspersky Lab expert, have identified a threat to the blockchain in virtual transactions that could result in them being embedded with malware or other illegal data, including child abuse images. ...Backbone Magazine, 2 days ago Virtual currencies vulnerable to malware IT-Online, 3 weeks ago
Researchers from Kaspersky Lab, Microsoft, Trend Micro and the Cyber Defense Institute teamed up under the coordination of INTERPOL to bring down the huge and heinous botnet SIMDA. SIMDA, which functions in a similar method to the previously seen ...SearchSecurity.com, 3 days ago Simda Botnet Expanded over 190 Countries, Controlled from 14 Servers Softpedia, 1 week ago Interpol frees 770,000 systems from Simda botnet V3.co.uk, 1 week ago
In a global operation co-ordinated by the Interpol Global Complex for Innovation in Singapore, a group of leading IT companies including Kaspersky Lab, Microsoft, Trend Micro and Japan's Cyber Defense Institute, in collaboration with law enforcement ...IT-Online, 1 week ago International consortium disrupts major botnet Pro Security Zone, 1 week ago International Operations Take Down Beebone, Simda Botnets E-Security Planet, 1 week ago Disrupted botnet Professional Security, 1 week ago
Interpol's Simida takedown is nothing but a PR stunt that will drive the botnet's authors' to create even more dangerous attack tools, according to experts within the security community. Interpol reported successfully freeing 770,000 machines ...V3.co.uk, 1 week ago
by Follow @mike_mimoso April 13, 2015 , 7:08 am The Simda botnet, known for spreading banking malware and dropping a backdoor on hundreds of thousands of machines worldwide, was taken down last Thursday in a collaborative effort between ...Threatpost, 1 week ago Simda criminal botnet disrupted Cyber India Online, 1 week ago Law Enforcement, Security Firms Team Up to Disrupt Simda Botnet Security Week, 1 week ago
Digital currencies are an increasingly important aspect of e-commerce and other transactional arenas. But be aware: Bitcoin, and other cryptocurrencies based on blockchain technology, have a few flaws that could open them up for abuse by ...Infosecurity Today, 2 weeks ago
Listen BRANDON BAILEY SAN FRANCISCO Did the National Security Agency (NSA) plant spyware deep in the hard drives of thousands of computers used by foreign governments, banks and other surveillance targets around the world? A new report ...Gulf Time UAE, 1 month ago PC spyware targets foreign banks, governments Canadian Manufacturing, 2 months ago Did the NSA hack your hard drive? MyBroadband.co.za, 2 months ago Did NSA plant spyware in computers shipped abroad? Miami Herald, 2 months ago
NEWS ANALYSIS: Security experts say the Equation Group has long since shut down its malware operation after its cover was blown, but the code is available for cyber-criminals to repurpose and refine. If you're worried about the malware revealed by ...EWeek, 2 months ago Beyond Stuxnet and Flame: Equation 'most advanced' cybercriminal gang recorded ZDNet, 2 months ago
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