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Researchers use infared and malware to control CCTV cameras

Security researchers were able to use infrared (IR) light to control the behavior of security cameras infected with malware, which can work with both professional and home security cameras. The technique was detailed in a research paper published on Monday. The technique is called “aIR-Jumper,” and it will work with both professional and home security cameras, according to press release from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Isreal. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Tech…

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WhatsApp denies British Gov ‘backdoor’ access into encrypted messages

The instant messaging app WhatsApp has reportedly rejected a demand from the British government to create a backdoor into its secure network which would allow UK security services to access messages sent through the service. The reason for encrypted messages is to protect communications between users. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: IB Times UK The post WhatsApp denies British Gov ‘backdoor’ access into encrypted messages appeared first on IT SECURITY…

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Iranian hacking group APT33 creators of destructive malware

Advanced Persistent Threat 33, an Iranian hacking group, has been linked to a series of breaches of companies in the aerospace, defense, and petrochemical industries in countries as wide-ranging as Saudi Arabia, South Korea, and the US. View Full Story ORIGINAL SOURCE: Wired The post Iranian hacking group APT33 creators of destructive malware appeared first on IT SECURITY GURU. Source: http://www.itsecurityguru.org

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Swedish podcast platform Acast raises $19.5M Series B, bringing its total funding to $32M, to expand further into international markets (Jonathan Keane/Tech.eu)

Jonathan Keane / Tech.eu: Swedish podcast platform Acast raises $19.5M Series B, bringing its total funding to $32M, to expand further into international markets  —  Podcast platform Acast, based in Stockholm, has raised $19.5 million in a Series B round from Swedbank Robur’s Ny Teknik and Microcap funds to continue its internationalisation. Source: http://www.techmeme.com

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Utilising Threat Hunting techniques to detect and defend against malware attacks

Since the outbreak of Petya, there have been many articles analysing and dissecting the malware, to determine its purpose, and who is ultimately responsible. Reverse engineering and malware analysis to conduct post incident analysis has provided the basis for the conclusions drawn in these features. Instead, Anomali, in collaboration with threat hunting experts Vector8, viewed the Petya outbreak differently by leveraging threat hunting techniques.   A Microsoft Windows Sysinternals tool…

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Next-Gen Cloud Sandboxing Improves Malware Detection and Remediation

WatchGuard’s new generation of cloud-based sandboxing technology is able to automatically analyse suspicious endpoint files to identify behaviour associated with persistent threats, zero day attacks and evasive malware, to deliver fast and confident endpoint threat remediation. The new service correlates network and endpoint security events – on or off the corporate network – with threat intelligence, to detect, prioritise and enable immediate action to stop malware attacks.   Aimed at…

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