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Google has removed dozens of malicious apps from its mobile app marketplace, all of which allegedly contained code tied to a contractor employed by US national security agencies. According to a Wall Street Journal report, the company that wrote the code is called Measurement Systems. The firm is said to have paid developers around the […]

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On Friday, Congress passed one of President Biden’s signature pieces of legislation, the $1 trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act. This landmark bill promises not only massive upgrades to the nation’s aging infrastructure but also boosts government cybersecurity spending by $1.9 billion. Among its provisions is a new $1 billion grant program to help state, […]

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In a welcome move, sources have confirmed that the recent troubles plaguing the notorious REvil ransomware operator are the result of a concerted effort by various cybersecurity agencies. Reuters credits REvil’s latest disappearance to the US based on insights shared by three private sector cyber experts working with US security agencies and one former official. […]

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