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Whenever I am at Moscow’s Sheremetyevo airport, I always check out the capsule hotel and debate whether to take a rest in one of those mini pods. To date, I haven’t pulled the trigger, but when I saw a presentation at this year’s Black Hat called Hacking a Capsule Hotel — Ghosts in the Bedroom, […]

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A newly discovered threat group dubbed Praying Mantis is targeting businesses in the U.S by exploiting vulnerabilities in internet-facing web applications to steal credentials and other data, the security firm Sygnia says. Sygnia, which also refers to the threat group as TG1021, says the campaign has been ongoing since June 2020. In some cases the […]

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From paralysing the internet in Estonia to a $4.4-million ransom being paid last week after the shutdown of a major US pipeline, we take a look back at 15 years of cyberattacks. – Cyberwars begin – The Baltic nation of Estonia was the first state hit by a massive cyberattack in 2007, paralysing key corporate […]

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