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An advance persistent threat group operating since at least 2010 has recently been concentrating its efforts on infiltrating Japanese critical infrastructure and key commercial interests, according to cyber-security firm Cylance, which went public with its findings yesterday due to the perpetrators’ increasingly aggressive tactics. Dubbed “Operation Dust Storm,” the APT is the work of a […]

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I am not a fan of the way many media sources cite “statistics” on digital security incidents. I’ve noted before that any “statistic” using the terms “millions” or “billions” to describe “attacks” is probably worthless. This week, two articles on security incidents caught my attention. First, I’d like to discuss the story at left, published […]

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We’ve spotted an uptick in a particular type of threat hitting Twitter uses in Japan. We call this threat the “browser crasher” after what it does: it causes the browser to “hang/crash”. To do this, the user has to be lured to visit a particular site with the JavaScript code. So long as the browser […]

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