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Stop the presses: Britain’s Guardian newspaper publishing group has been hit by a “serious IT incident,” believed to involve ransomware, that appears to have encrypted numerous systems. The Guardian’s systems began to get disrupted Tuesday night. While the precise details of this attack are still coming to light, security experts say the timing of the […]

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As every infosec expert knows, cybercriminals just love holidays. Trusting users can expect sales scams and phishing under the guise of gifts and congratulations, while organizations can look forward to DDoS attacks on their servers (like the ones Xbox and PlayStation services experienced) or, worse, network intrusions (talking about you, BBC). For network attackers, Christmas […]

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It’s the most wonderful time of the year, but that sadly doesn’t mean that cyberthreats are any less prevalent. This Christmas, hackers and scammers will be looking to capitalise on the latest threats to find an angle that may let them access personal information, banking details or even hijack entire devices. So to ensure you […]

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