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The suspected CIA spying tools exposed by WikiLeaks have been linked to hacking attempts on at least 40 targets in 16 countries, according to security firm Symantec.
The tools share “close similarities” with the tactics from an espionage team called Longhorn, Symantec said in a Monday post.

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For a great majority of parents, it’s quite reasonable to worry that kids will come across inappropriate websites — or worse — while they’re playing or browsing on an iPhone or iPad. We have a solution: Kaspersky Safe Browser for iOS. In Kaspersky Safe Browser, you can block access to such categories as: adult content, software, audio, video, alcohol, tobacco, drugs, violence, profanity, weapons, gambling;

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Businesses that consider moving their analytics to the cloud should be more concerned with data migration and network connectivity challenges than worries around security, according to Marc Clark, head of cloud strategy at data warehouse vendor Teradata. Speaking at Teradata Universe in Nice this week, Clark discussed the findings of a customer survey which polled 900 senior business leaders from nine countries.

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Users of Azure cloud services have a new option for stopping the misuse of privileges as well as managing vulnerabilities through an alliance with Beyond Trust. Azure customers who buy Beyond Trust licenses can host PowerBroker, the company’s privileged access management (PAM) and its vulnerability management (VM) platform, Retina, in their Azure cloud instances.

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