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The US Department of Homeland Security’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) is joining the Valentine’s Day celebration by reminding people that it’s not true love if they ask for money. In a bulletin released earlier today, the agency counsels caution and skepticism over romance and recklessness when it comes to online dating and relationships. […]

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Since the #angler Exploit Kit began in late May spreading #cryptowall 3.0 ransomware, traffic containing the malware has continued to grow, putting more potential victims in harm’s way. Today, the SANS Internet Storm Center reported that Cryptowall 3.0 infections are emanating from not only the prolific exploit kit, but also from malicious spam campaigns. The two […]

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A report from security firm Kaspersky reveals that the number of malicious files targeting banking information deployed on mobile devices in the second quarter of 2014 has almost doubled compared to the first quarter.According to telemetry from the systems of the Russian-based security software developer, the number of this type of malware was 2,033in Q2 […]

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