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The FruitFly backdoor became a known entity in January, but it’s a good bet that for years it had been in the wild, undetected by analysts and security software. The macOS and OS X malware has a number of insidious spying capabilities that would make anyone uneasy, and a variant recently analyzed by Synack chief security researcher Patrick Wardle was no exception.

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A new dynamic random-access memory (DRAM) attack method disclosed by researchers on Friday can allow malicious actors to steal sensitive data from a virtual machine, through a covert channel, using JavaScript. Anders Fogh, principal malware analyst at G DATA Advanced Analytics, and Michael Schwarz, a Ph.D. student at the Graz University of Technology in Austria, […]

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The best way to keep data safe is to keep it away from the Internet. This is what’s called an “air gap,” and it’s considered the most practical and effective means to keep hackers out. But the wide availability of drones makes jumping the air gap easier than ever, as Yokogawa Senior Prinicpal Tech Specialist […]

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