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Screen overlay Android malware is on the rise

As predicted, the ability to lay screens over legitimate (e.g. banking) apps is becoming a crucial feature for the success of Android malware. The capability was first seen in the GM Bot malware, first offered for sale in late 2014 in the …


Pro-ISIS hackers: Tactics, methodology and tools

While the threat that emanates from ISIS-inspired cyber attacks is of high concern, especially in light of the formation of a new United Cyber Caliphate composed of previously disparate pro-ISIS hacking collectives, these hacking groups still …


1 in 10 people have posed as someone else online

Our need for ease and convenience is putting our digital identities and security at risk. A new BehavioSec report finds that 37% of us have shared our personal security data with a friend or partner. Of this group, 87% said that they trust the …


Defend encrypted data from quantum computer threat

If an exotic quantum computer is invented that could break the codes we depend on to protect confidential electronic information, what will we do to maintain our security and privacy? That’s the overarching question posed by a new report …


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