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The average home now has around three connected computers and four smart mobile devices. Hardly surprising, considering that 86 percent of us check the Internet several times a day or more, and that’s outside of work. Chatting, shopping, banking, playing games, listening to music, booking travel and managing our increasingly connected homes. The risk of […]

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In the third quarter of 2017, the trends of the preceding quarters continued to develop further. The number of DDoS attacks in China, the United States, South Korea and Russia increased, which were reflected in the statistics we gathered for botnets. A sharp surge in the number (more than 450 daily) and power (up to […]

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A legitimate feature in Microsoft Office that allows Word to load data from other documents is being exploited to push a new variant of the Locky ransomware. Victims are reportedly targeted with malspam messages via the infamous Necurs botnet. Under the subject line “Emailed Invoice” followed by a string of random numbers, the malspam attack […]

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