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Mozilla has released an emergency update for its Firefox browser that addresses two critical security vulnerabilities that cybercriminals have actively exploited in the wild as zero days. Both are use-after-free bugs, which are memory-corruption issues that occur when an application continues to try to use a chunk of memory that was assigned to it, after […]

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Earlier this month, cyber telecoms security firm AdaptiveMobile Security disclosed the details of Simjacker, an attack method that involves sending specially crafted SMS messages to the targeted mobile phone. The attack relies on the fact that these special messages are processed by the legacy [email protected] Browser present on many SIMs. An attacker could issue commands […]

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Have you ever wondered about the ads you might have seen being shown on the desktop or in the browser during web browsing sessions at Internet cafes? One of our Analysts, Wayne, certainly did. He recently analyzed a sample (SHA1: c8c643df81df5f60d5cd8cf46cb3902c5f630e96) that gave him an interesting answer. The sample was a rootkit named in its […]

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Mission-Critical Broadband – Why Governments Should Partner with Commercial Operators:
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ARA at Scale: How to Choose a Solution That Grows With Your Needs:
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The Multi-Model Database:
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