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Security researchers have uncovered a group of hackers that broke into 300 banks, corporations and governments for 12 years without being caught. The hacker collective from Germany exploited a loophole in the UK which enabled them to obtain security certificates to allow them to target organisations in Germany, Switzerland and Austria and access sensitive, confidential […]

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Zemot dropper is a strain of the Upatre malware downloader that has been observed by security researchers to benefit from multi-distribution points that include both compromised websites and the Asprox/Kuluoz spam botnet. Microsoft noticed activity from TrojanDownloader:Win32/Upatre.B back in late 2013 and determined that it was preferred by cybercriminals for the distribution of a two […]

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Security researchers are invited to demonstrate their mobile hacking skills at the Mobile Pwn2Own competition that’s scheduled to take place later this year in Japan.

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The Multi-Model Database:
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