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On March 23rd, 2018, the United States brought charges against nine Iranians for their alleged state-sponsored attacks against 100,000 university professors worldwide, and in the US. The attackers’ target was “valuable intellectual property and data”, but their tactic was the compromising of email accounts using spear phishing attacks. Separately, in January 2018, VeriClouds released the […]

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Yahoo! has revealed yet another breach in a notification sent to users Wednesday. The company has been trying to mend the reputation and security damage caused by the 2013 breach, the largest to date, which exposed private information of 1 billion users online.

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Nearly three million Android devices are vulnerable to an attack that could allow a hacker to compromise over-the-air (OTA) updates to the devices and allow adversaries to remotely execute commands with root privileges. The problem stems from what researchers call an insecure implementation of an OTA mechanism used for updates associated with software made by […]

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