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A recently discovered variant of the KillDisk malware encrypts files and holds them for ransom instead of deleting them. Since KillDisk has been used in attacks aimed at industrial control systems (ICS), experts are concerned that threat actors may be bringing ransomware into the industrial domain. Previous versions of KillDisk wiped hard drives in an […]

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Several #seagate #wireless hard-drives have been found to be affected by multiple #vulnerabilities, the #cert Coordination Center of the Software Engineering Institute at Carnegie Mellon University warns. The first one allows an attacker to access undocumented #telnet services by using “root” as both username and password. The second one allows an attacker to #download files […]

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As the world becomes increasingly (and justifiably) dominated by flash storage, old fashioned hard disk drives are becoming increasingly (and justifiably) useless. But slap a set of hands and a quartz movement on one, and boom! You’ve got yourself a pretty awesome-looking watch. Read more… Original source: http://gizmodo.com/

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