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Several security researchers and Western intelligence officers say they believe the malware, widely known as Turla, is the work of the Russian government and linked to the same software used to launch a massive breach on the US military uncovered in 2008.
Security Bulletin Advance Notification , there will be a total of five updates released this week, two of them addressing "critical" vulnerabilities.
Browser and web safety are important considerations if you are an internet-based business - or really if you are any user of the internet.
Viral Facebook hoaxes come in all different emotional flavors, trying to tug at your heart strings, tempt your adventurous side by daring you to look, or fueling the flames of your anger and frustrations.
The sirens are wailing and decision day is rapidly approaching for owners of the 300,000 computers in New Zealand that still run Windows XP.
A rootkit designed to take complete control of an infected system is believed to be one of the tools used in a cyberespionage campaign conducted by intelligence-gatherers in Russia against U.S. organizations and their allies.
Italian spyware firm relies on U.S. Internet servers Discovery raises ethical questions for cloud companies whose servers Hacking Team clients use.
News briefs for Sunday, March 9 STANFORD — The Lincoln County Public Library Computer Tea Party will be 1 p.m. on Thursday, March 13. This month’s topic is Internet security. Find out how to protect your computer and your identity from common threats including viruses, spyware, and scams.
Ethiopian journos hit by Hacking Team spyware, say infosec bods Yet gov-level spyware 'only sold to law enforcement', claims firm Ethiopian journalists in the US were targeted by malware sold exclusively to governments by the Hacking Team company, according to security researchers.…
Foreign regimes use spyware against journalists, even in U.S. The burgeoning surveillance industry is putting potent tools in the hands of intelligence services worldwide.
Commercial spyware makes surveillance easy for less technically advanced countries Mesay Mekonnen was at his desk, at a news service based in Virginia, when gibberish suddenly exploded across his computer screen one day in December. A sophisticated cyberattack was underway.
Ethiopia: Govt Accused of Spying Abroad [VOA]Washington -Several Ethiopians living abroad are accusing their home government of using sophisticated computer spyware to hack into their computers and monitor their private communications.