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Like many of the best mobile games, Dots is deceptively simple. The app was created in the spring of 2013 by Patrick Moberg and Paul Murphy as part of a Hackers in Residence program at Betaworks, a four month development session meant to create new projects and see which ideas are worth pursuing. But in the […]

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The web site of the National Broadcasting Company (NBC),, is currently compromised, and is redirecting tens of thousands of legitimate users to multiple exploits serving and malware dropping malicious URLs. The campaign appears to have been launched by the same gang of cybercriminals that’s also been recently involved in impersonating Facebook Inc. and Verizon […]

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Late last week, reports began to surface that the Israeli police (along with other regional law enforcement) were targeted by a malware attack.  The entry vector was described as a phishing campaign sent from Benny Gantz (head of the Israeli Defense Forces).  Initially, details and indicators around the malware were beyond sparse. Aside from the FROM: address, […]

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