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There’s been a lot of confusion over the last few days, since bitcoin.org announced that an Android component responsible for generating secure random numbers contained a critical weakness that rendered many Android bitcoin wallets vulnerable. There are a number of different issues that seem to have come into play to make these bitcoin wallets vulnerable. […]

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Malware activity exploiting Autorun on Windows computers has been generating quite a few calls to ESET support lines lately, reminding us that old infection techniques seldom die and USB flash drives can still be an effective means of getting malicious code onto a computer. USB drives can be used to infect computers that automatically execute […]

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