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  • Icefog cyber espionage campaign exposed

    26.09.2013

    Kaspersky Labís security research team discovered Icefog, a small yet energetic Advanced Persistent Threat (APT) group that focuses on targets in South Korea and Japan, hitting the supply chain for Western companies.

  • LynuxWorks releases a rootkit detection system

    18.09.2013

    LynuxWorks announced the RDS5201, a new product to help detect the rootkit.

  • NetTraveler APT group is back, adds watering hole attacks to its arsenal

    03.09.2013

    The "Red Star" APT group employing the NetTraveler malware family is still active, but has changed its modus operandi.

  • The TAO of NSA

    02.09.2013

    In last week's reports, it has been pointed out that NSA has its own hacking unit called Tailored Access Operations (TAO), and that its capabilities have been tapped for hunting down Osama bin Laden.

  • Decoy water plant attracts hackers, Chinese APT1 crew

    06.08.2013

    A Trend Micro researcher that has lately concentrated on finding out just how often industrial control systems are attacked and from where has shared the latest findings of his research involving decoy systems as honeytraps, and says that one of them has been targeted by the infamous APT1 Chinese hacking crew.




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How to keep your contactless payments secure

Posted on 19 September 2014.  |  Fraudsters can pickpocket a victimís financial data using low-cost electronics that can fit into a rucksack. Here are the top security threats you should be aware of if youíre using a RF-based card, along with our top safety tips to keep your payments secure.


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