via UK security and counter-terrorism | The Guardian Charlie Rowley is in intensive care and can’t see, according to his brother MatthewThe novichok victim Charlie Rowley has been readmitted to hospital suffering with vision problems, his brother has c…Continue Reading
via www.infosecurity-magazine.com NHS Loses Almost 10,000 Patient Records in a YearNew research from think tank Parliament Street has revealed that The National Health Service (NHS) has misplaced almost 10,000 records in the last year.Parliament Street…Continue Reading
The popular malware researchers Marco Ramilli has analyzed a malware that remained under the radar for more than two years. Today I’d like to share the following reverse engineering path since it ended up to be more complex respect what I thought….
1. Natural Language Generation. Natural Language Generation is an AI sub-discipline that converts data into text, enabling computers to communicate ideas with perfect accuracy. It is used in customer service to generate reports and market summaries and…Continue Reading
#1225830: The Latest Thing You Need to Worry About Cybercriminals Hacking? Your Voice. It may sound like science fiction, but a new threat is emerging in the world of hackers that is taking aim at the human voice. “Voice hacking” can take many forms, b…Continue Reading
. All kidding aside, anything you can do to make it harder for the bad guys to gain access to your network can have a positive impact on your overall security posture. That begs the question: with so many cyber security threats and attack methods to wo…Continue Reading
Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, the FBI warned U.S. banks of a wide-scale cybercrime campaign called “ATM cash-out,” in which h…Continue Reading
Mobile device malware may still be far behind when it comes to the prevalence of threats crafted for traditional PC systems, but threat actors are seeking ways to compromise these important devices we use on a daily basis.
Contact lists, online bankin…Continue Reading
A security researcher uncovered a zero-day in Apple software by tweaking a few lines of code. Speaking at in Las Vegas last week, Patrick Wardle , Chief Research Officer of Digita Security, described his research into “synthetic” interactions with a us…Continue Reading
The emergence of connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices may have made home lives more interconnected, smart, and efficient — in some cases — but it has also caused a security minefield full of holes and exploits.
We only need to think back to th…Continue Reading