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Researchers from CSIRO’s Data61 have developed a new technique to protect consumers from voice spoofing attacks. Fraudsters can record a person’s voice for voice assistants like Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant and replay it to impersonate that individual. They can also stitch samples together to mimic a person’s voice in order to spoof, or trick […]

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As the coronavirus crisis spreads worldwide, cyber-criminals and state-sponsored actors have adapted their attacks to leverage pandemic-related lures. In April, Gmail was seeing 18 million COVID-related daily malicious emails. The attacks have been evolving and the past month has revealed the emergence of regional hotspots and threats: COVID-19-related malware, phishing, and spam emails have been […]

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Google has patched a vulnerability in its Android OS that could allow attackers to completely take over someone’s device to install programs, steal or change data, or create new accounts with full privileges. The flaw (CVE-2020-0103) was one of 39 vulnerabilities affecting Android OS builds that use older security profiles and are spread throughout various […]

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