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The US Department of Justice (DoJ) has softened its treatment of ethical hackers. Hackers carrying out “good faith” security research will no longer be charged under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). The department defined “good faith” security research as accessing a computer solely for the purposes of “good-faith testing, investigation, or the correction […]

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One of the world’s most famous ransomware threat actors, Conti, is breaking up – however there is very little reason to celebrate. As reported by cybersecurity researchers from Advanced Intel, the group’s internal infrastructure, including Tor admin panes used for content publishing and negotiations, has been shut down. What’s more, BleepingComputer found that other internal […]

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Cybersecurity researchers have discovered a way to run malware on Apple’s iPhones, even when the device is switched off. A report published by the Technical University of Darmstadt in Germany details an exploit that takes advantage of the iPhone’s low-power mode (LPM) to track location and perform various malware attacks. LPM allows certain smartphone facilities […]

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