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The Department of Defense (DoD) has commenced an enterprise-wide deployment of Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system as part of an effort to bolster IT security and standardize processes, Microsoft announced in a blog post. Attributing the news to the Office of DoD CIO Terry Halvorsen, Microsoft said that Secretary of Defense Ashton Carter had directed all DoD […]

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Tech support scammers are known for their cheek — making unfounded claims that PCs are infected to scare consumers into parting with their money — but a Symantec partner took nerve to a new level, a security company claimed last week. According to San Jose, Calif.-based Malwarebytes, Silurian Tech Support ran a scam in which […]

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Newly designed malware could, if properly replicated, allow an attacker to pick up the data of air-gapped computers, which are typically thought of as relatively secure. GSMem, as the researchers call it, exploits electromagnetic radiation (EMR) emissions and forces a computer’s memory bus to function similarly to an antenna in order to wirelessly transmit data […]

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