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15th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Russian cyber espionage ups its game

The Cold War may be consigned to the history books, but the cold cyberwar is starting to hot up – and the Russians appear to be calling most of the s...

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15th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

US Government launches cybersecurity proposals

Faced with an increasing threat from cybercrime, the US Government has published a draft report proposing that cybersecurity education should become ...

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15th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Meltdown fix invalidates anti-virus software

There is a new and sinister twist in the Meltdown/Spectre CPU saga. It now appears that the fixes issued by Microsoft to mitigate the problem are inc...

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15th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Whose finger is on the nuclear button?

A report from the Royal Institute of International Affairs at Chatham House in London has highlighted the risk of a cyberattack targeting nuclear wea...

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8th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Google Play hit by bogus security apps

Google Play has come under attack from a cluster of authentic-looking Android apps masquerading as security tools. The thirty-six apps – which ...

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8th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Chips compromised by Spectre and Meltdown bugs

By now you’ve heard plenty about Meltdown and Spectre, but this article by Bleeping Computer goes into a bit more technological detail about th...

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8th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

CPU threat almost universal

If you use a desktop or laptop, which most of us do, your Intel processing unit is most likely under threat of Meltdown and Spectre. This BBC article...

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8th January 2018/ CYBER NEWS

Researcher reveals longstanding macOS bug

A hobbyist hacker codenamed Siguza has unearthed a macOS local privilege escalation (LPE) vulnerability that appears to have been lying dormant in th...

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