Q&A with CRANIUM: Easing Compliance with “GDPR in a Box”

As GDPR’s implementation date nears, more and more organizations are working to put in place the necessary pieces of their compliance puzzle. It’s a big and complex undertaking, and many are probably wishing,...

Play not pay is the curious demand after a recent ransomware attack

Unlike its much more malicious counterparts, this ransomware has a rather benign demand. It also provides two curious ways of recovering one’s files. Researchers have discovered a new piece of ransomware that holds the...

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Hackers Found Using A New Code Injection Technique to Evade Detection

While performing in-depth analysis of various malware samples, security researchers at Cyberbit found a new code injection technique, dubbed Early Bird, being used by at least three different sophisticated malware that helped attackers...

Over 65K Routers Abusing UPnP to Proxy Bad Traffic for Botnets

A report published by Akamai detected those threat actors were abusing at least 65,000 routers to create proxy networks for various illegal activities. According to the company’s report, the attackers are using UPnP...

Actually, Myspace Sold Your Data Too

Tom Anderson's profile photo. Composition: Jason KoeblerAs Facebook CEO and architect of our privacy nightmares Mark Zuckerberg answered for his company’s improper sharing of 87 million users’ data this week, a lot of people...

Hybrid 3D-Printer Creates Complete Circuits, Case and All

The cool kids these days all seem to think we’re on the verge of an AI apocalypse, at least judging by all the...

Operation Parliament, who is doing what?

Summary Kaspersky Lab has been tracking a series of attacks utilizing unknown malware since early 2017. The attacks appear to be geopolitically motivated and target high profile organizations. The objective of the attacks is...

Adobe’s CSO talks security, the 2013 breach, and how he sets priorities

It was one of the 17 biggest data breaches of the 21st century: October 2013, hackers stole login information and nearly 3 million credit card numbers from 38 million Adobe users. The company...

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