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  • XcodeGhost gets updated, now hits also US users

    04.11.2015

    The XcodeGhost threat is far from over, and iOS users are still in danger of unknowingly using apps infected with it, FireEye researchers have warned.

  • Security update kills several critical bugs in Android Marshmallow

    03.11.2015

    Google's November Android security update carries fixes for seven vulnerabilities, including two remote code execution flaws that are rated "critical" (CVE-2015-6608, CVE-2015-6609), and an elevation of privilege vulnerability (CVE-2015-6610) that would also be rated as such were it not for a lower likelihood that it can be exploited remotely.

  • Nearly 2% of all smartphones are compromised or high risk

    02.11.2015

    By analyzing worldwide threat Intelligence data based on millions of monthly security tests from July through September 2015, a new report found 41 percent of mobile devices are at medium to high risk on the Skycure risk scale.

  • US DOJ admits that Stingrays can be used to intercept call and SMS content

    30.10.2015

    After a battling the US Department of Justice in a court for two and a half years, the American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California has emerged victorious and has been given access to documents that spell out the details about the US federal governmentís use of Stingrays surveillance devices.

  • The top threat vector for mobile devices? Porn

    29.10.2015

    As mobile devices become more deeply woven into the fabric of our personal and work lives, cyber criminals are taking increasingly vicious and disturbingly personal shots at us, according to Blue Coat Systems.




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Harnessing artificial intelligence to build an army of virtual analysts

PatternEx, a startup that gathered a team of AI researcher from MIT CSAIL as well as security and distributed systems experts, is poised to shake up things in the user and entity behavior analytics market.


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