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Google says it plans to be more proactive in its bug and vulnerability hunting and is now offering money before patch work is completed, as opposed to after the fact. Security needs to be a proactive enterprise, which usually means that companies such as Google have to fund bug-hunting programs so that they know about […]

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Researchers have recently detected an advanced persistent threat (APT) campaign that targets critical infrastructure equipment manufacturers by using industry-sector-themed spear-phishing emails and a combination of free tools. This tactic fits into the “living off the land” trend of cyberespionage actors reducing their reliance on custom and unique malware programs that could be attributed to them […]

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Criminal hacking group FIN8, known for a flurry of attacks in 2017 followed by a period of silence in 2018 until re-emerging earlier this year, has recently carried out three attacks against point-of-sale (POS) systems, including two against North American fuel dispenser merchants, Visa Payment Fraud Disruption said. Visa said the attacks on fuel dispenser […]

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