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Politico and the Washington Post said the Moscow-based maker of anti-malware products told the National Security Agency that one of its contractors, Harold Martin, had contacted it via cryptic messages on Twitter. The messages arrived at Kaspersky shortly before unknown hackers known as the “Shadow Brokers” made available on the internet an assembly of advanced […]

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In a letter sent to impacted customers, the Memphis-based company says that the attackers were able to compromise its system in 2017 and that they installed malware that remained active at least between November 23, 2017 and October 25, 2018. The company reveals that users who purchased goods from its online stores during that time […]

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The most destructive disaster is the one you do not see coming. Before modern meteorology, settlers along the Atlantic coast had no warning when a hurricane was upon them. There was no way to escape from the titanic forces of wind and rain. Now, scientific instruments such as radar, barometers and satellites can see trouble […]

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