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Every so often, you hear in the news that a company’s website was down temporarily for several hours,…
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By Owais Sultan
DefenceTalkMicrosoft security specialists have discovered malware on dozens of Ukrainian government computers that could prove more destructive than originally thought, the US company said late on…
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The European Union simulated a cyber attack on a fictitious Finnish power company to test its cyber-defense capabilities. Cyber drills are essential to test the resilience of our infrastructure, the European Union simulated a cyber attack on a fictitious Finnish power company to test its cyber-defense capabilities. The simulation took place on Friday and is […]
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Kaspersky researchers believe that North Korean government-backed hackers from the Lazarus Group are behind the SnatchCrypto attack. The…
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A data wiper posing as ransomware bears a discomfiting resemblance to the earlier wave of Russian cyberattacks that ended with NotPetya.
The newest security measure is still in beta. But if you want to make use of it, here’s what you need to know.
An Iranian conservative newspaper says the United States wants to discuss Iran’s military capabilities during Vienna talks.
Police in the Iranian capital Tehran have raided a number of places that are notoriously the haunts of thugs as part of a crackdown on those who harass citizens.
Plus: Open source sabotage, Ukrainian website hacks, and more of the week’s top security news.
Iran’s Army Navy chief says the country’s presence in the high seas is aimed at ensuring security and sending a message of peace and friendship.