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  • Forbes.com compromised by Chinese cyber spies targeting US firms

    11.02.2015

    Forbes.com - the 61st most popular website in the US according to Alexa - has been compromised to redirect certain visitors to websites delivering espionage malware.

  • Anthem breach dates back to December

    06.02.2015

    As more details about the Anthem data breach come to light, sources close to the investigation say that Chinese state-sponsored hackers might be behind the attack.

  • iOS spyware used by Pawn Storm cyber spies

    04.02.2015

    Trend Micro researchers have unearthed two variants of a spyware specially designed for targeting devices running iOS, and at least one of them can be installed on non-jailbroken devices.

  • APT gear: Custom Windows task hiding tool

    27.01.2015

    Cyber attackers, especially persistent ones, use a variety of tools to break into target systems, assure their continuing presence in them and hide their actions, and exfiltrate information from them.

  • UK GCHQ collected emails of UK, US journalists

    20.01.2015

    British intelligence agency GCHQ has, at least on one occasion, slurped up emails sent by and to journalists working for a number of high-profile news organizations and shared their contents on its own intranet, the Guardian reported.




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