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Researchers continue hacking cars, and start on heavy vehicles

When Charlie Miller and Chris Valasek demonstrated a year ago how they can remotely exploit vulnerabilities in Chrysler’s 2014 Jeep Cherokee, and fiddle with its wipers, …

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Investigating the supply on 17 underground hacker markets

Have you ever wondered what kind of malicious offerings can be found on dark web “hacker markets,” who sells them and how widely they are available? Three …

LastPass zero-day can lead to account compromise

A zero-day flaw in the popular password manager LastPass can be triggered by users visiting a malicious site, allowing attackers to compromise the users’s account and …

Researchers discover 110 snooping Tor nodes

In a period spanning 72 days, two researchers from Northeastern University have discovered at least 110 “misbehaving” and potentially malicious hidden services …

Researchers create effective anti-ransomware solution

Are you willing to sacrifice a dozen or so of your files in order to save the rest from the grasping hands of modern crypto-ransomware? I believe that the answer from most …

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How online learning algorithms can help improve Android malware detection

A group of researchers from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, have created a novel solution for large-scale Android malware detection. It’s called DroidOL, …

Security testing market to grow to $6.9 billion by 2020

With the ubiquity of web and cloud-based software applications, not only are they essential tools to interconnect enterprises with their customers and prospects, but they are …

Vision for a new generation of experimental cybersecurity research

How do cybersecurity experts discover how to properly defend a system or build a network that’s secure? As in other domains of science, this process involves hypothesis, …

Are your competitors organizing DDoS attacks against you?

According to recent research from Kaspersky Lab and B2B International, nearly half (48 per cent) of the companies surveyed believe they know the identity and motivation of …

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