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The Police Trojan has been targeting European users for about a year. It should come as no surprise that the latest incarnations of this obnoxious malware have started targeting the United States and Canada. In the latest batch of C&C servers we have analyzed, not only has the list of countries increased but also their […]

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At the 28th Chaos Computing Congress (28c3) hacker conference in Berlin, Germany researchers presented a talk titled “Smart Hacking for Privacy” where they looked into the privacy implications of “smart” electricity meters. In Germany consumers who wish to contract with independent smart meter providers are able to have one installed in their home via a […]

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When Duqu, which most believed to be written by the same group that wrote Stuxnet, was originally uncovered, the infection vector was still unknown; how did the machines get compromised in the first place? That changed when the Hungarian research lab, CrySys, announced that it had found the dropper which was a Word file that […]

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