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Internet users in Vietnam will now face fines for criticizing the government online, as part of a new law announced this week. As Reuters reports, the law was signed this week by Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, and explicitly targets users who post comments on social media. Under the measure, people who use social networks […]

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Vietnam will hand out fines of 100 million dong ($4,740) to anyone criticizing the government on social media, under a new law announced this week, the latest measure in a widening crackdown on dissent by the countrys communist rulers. Vietnam has repeatedly drawn fire for the harsh treatment and lengthy jail terms it has given […]

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Modified versions of the Enfal malware, which figured prominently in the LURID attacks, were seen to have infected more than 800 systems worldwide. Enfal variants are known to communicate to specific servers that gives potential attackers access and even full control of infected systems.We recently uncovered several attacks that used a modified version of Enfal, […]

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