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Researchers who uncovered a security key that protects Windows devices as they boot up say their discovery is proof that encryption backdoors do not work. The pair of researchers, credited by their hacker nicknames MY123 and Slipstream, found the cryptographic key protecting a feature called Secure Boot.

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A new strain of Qbot, malicious software that steals user credentials and creates backdoors on targeted devices, has infected over 54,000 PCs in thousands of organisations across the world, BAE System experts have found. Following an attack on a public sector organization in early 2016 that affected more than 500 computers and impacted the operation […]

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There is no doubt that organizations are moving to the cloud — whether driven by IT or by the business. The sheer amount of business moving to cloud-based models and the advent of off-premises systems that require much less management (and fixed expense) to operate is impossible to ignore. Read More

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