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ransomware doesn t just target the big guys Ransomware doesn't just target the big guys
CBC Everyone needs to be vigilant, educated and mindful of this growing digital threat. 3 days
Over a million Google accounts breached, Netflix green-lights downloads video - CNET
CNET In this week's wrap-up, a piece of Android malware compromises user data. Meanwhile, Netflix finally caves and lets customers download video on their mobile... 5 days
Avalanche botnet rocked as law enforcement rushes in - CNET
CNET An international operation takes down a malware hub that supported criminal activities in more than 30 countries. 6 days
Over a million Google accounts compromised by malware video - CNET
CNET According to a security firm, the malware "Gooligan" could give an attacker access to your Google life under certain circumstances. 7 days
Global police smash huge online crime network (Update)
PHYS.ORG In one of the biggest takedowns to date, police across the globe have smashed a massive criminal network providing online services including malware attacks that infected half a million computers worldwide, Europol... 7 days
TalkTalk and Post Office routers hit by cyber-attack
BBC Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers affected by a malware attack. 7 days
Post Office broadband hit by cyber-attack
BBC The Post Office says about 100,000 customers have had their internet access hit by a malware attack. 7 days
Netflix adds offline viewing, massive layoffs at GoPro video - CNET
CNET In today's tech news, Netflix finally offers offline viewing, GoPro makes big cuts to its workforce and Gooligan malware infects over a million Google accounts. 7 days
You can't hide from government hacking - CNET
CNET As of Thursday, federal law enforcement can seek warrants to plant malware on a computer even if they don't know where in the country -- or the world -- it is. 1 week
tor browser vulnerability used to attack visitors to a child porn site Tor Browser vulnerability used to attack visitors to a child porn site
THE VERGE A child pornography site called Giftbox has been attacking its users with a newly discovered exploit in the Tor Browser, according to an exclusive... 1 week
New Android malware ‘Gooligan’ has breached over 1 million Google accounts
9to5Google Revealed today by Check Point Research, there’s seemingly another Android malware campaign in the... 1 week
Google accounts hit with malware -- a million and growing - CNET
CNET Security firm Check Point says a Trojan horse campaign called Gooligan is striking 13,000 new Google accounts every day. 1 week
Android malware steals million Google accounts: researchers
PHYS.ORG Malicious software designed to attack Android smartphones has breached the accounts of more than a million Google users, security researchers said Wednesday. 1 week
app installing malware found in over 1 million android phones App-installing malware found in over 1 million Android phones
THE VERGE A new malware campaign has been discovered in over 1 million Android devices, according to a new report... 1 week
carleton university computers infected with ransomware Carleton University computers infected with ransomware
CBC Students at Carleton University are being warned that some of its computers have been infected by ransomware — a type of computer virus that... 1 week
san francisco transit system hijacked by ransomware attack San Francisco transit system hijacked by ransomware attack
CBC Over the weekend, users of San Francisco's Muni transit system were treated to a free ride when hackers took down... 1 week
Hackers take SF Muni for weekend joyride - CNET
CNET Some computer systems at the city's public transportation service are taken over in a ransomware attack. 1 week
San Francisco transit system hit with ransomware
TechCrunch  San Francisco’s public transit riders were greeted with an unusual message at ticket kiosks over the weekend: “You hacked.” The city’s light rail... 1 week
The dangers of 'ransomware'
BBC Thousands are having their computers encrypted by ransomware. 1 week
Malware turns PCs into eavesdropping devices
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have demonstrated malware that can turn computers into perpetual eavesdropping devices, even without a microphone. 2 weeks
Malware that turns PCs into eavesdropping devices demonstrated
PHYS.ORG Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) have demonstrated malware that can turn computers into perpetual eavesdropping devices, even without a microphone. 2 weeks
Malware is making ATMs 'spit cash'
BBC A Russian cybersecurity company warns of a spate of remotely coordinated attacks on cash machines. 2 weeks
This security camera was infected by malware 98 seconds after it was plugged in
TechCrunch  Here’s an object lesson on the poor state of the so-called Internet of Things: Robert Stephens plugged a Wi-Fi-connected security... 3 weeks
This security camera was infected by malware in 98 seconds after it was plugged in
TechCrunch  Here’s an object lesson on the poor state of the so-called Internet of Things: Robert Stephens plugged a... 3 weeks
System Integrity Protection Inexplicably Disabled by Default on Some New MacBook Pro Models
MacRumors Since OS X El Capitan, the operating system that runs on Macs has been protected by a feature called System Integrity Protection... 3 weeks
How to create shortcuts to start a Windows Defender scan on Windows 10
Windows Central Here's a quicker way to run certain Windows Defender tasks to keep your computer free of malware on Windows 10. Windows Defender... 4 weeks
New cybersecurity framework profile to ensure safe transfer of hazardous liquids at ports
PHYS.ORG The U.S. Coast Guard (USCG) oversees approximately 800 waterfront facilities that, among other activities, transfer hazardous liquids between marine vessels and land-based... 4 weeks
The Russian DNC hackers are now targeting think tanks and NGOs
THE VERGE The same group that hacked and leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee during the campaign is focusing on a new set of targets, according to... 4 weeks
Computers made of genetic material?
SCIENCE DAILY Tinier than the AIDS virus -- that is currently the circumference of the smallest transistors. The industry has shrunk the central elements of their computer chips to fourteen nanometers in the last sixty years. Conventional methods, however, are... 4 weeks
Google launches new ‘Safe Browsing’ website for users and developers alike
9to5Google As if protecting Chrome users from phishing and malware wasn’t enough, Google has today launched an entirely new “Safe Browsing” website that outlines the company’s policies, provides... 4 weeks
Google enacts stricter penalties on sites that continuously spread malware
TechCrunch Google has been protecting users against dangerous and harmful websites for many years by warning web surfers when they accidentally click on links that could lead them to... 4 weeks
Computers made of genetic material? Researchers conduct electricity using DNA-based nanowires
PHYS.ORG Tinier than the AIDS virus—that is currently the circumference of the smallest transistors. The industry has shrunk the central elements of their computer chips to fourteen... 4 weeks
Network traffic visualization tool will help thwart cyber attacks
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have used a new tool to visualize DDoS attacks and malware distribution networks. 4 weeks
Researchers want to use hardware to fight computer viruses
SCIENCE DAILY Fighting computer viruses isn't just for software anymore. Researchers will use a grant to study how hardware can help protect computers too. 4 weeks
Researchers want to use hardware to fight computer viruses
PHYS.ORG Fighting computer viruses isn't just for software anymore. Binghamton University researchers will use a grant from the National Science Foundation to study how hardware can help protect computers too. 1 month
How to use Windows Defender with Command Prompt on Windows 10
Windows Central You can use Windows Defender with command lines to run the antivirus manually or to automate certain tasks, and in this guide, we show you how.... 1 month
The ransomware dilemma
TechCrunch  More than 90 percent of all phishing emails are now ransomware. The average amount paid via ransomware has grown from $40 in 2009 to $1,000 in 2016. This amount will grow even faster as ransomware moves to enterprise. Read More 1 month
How to make the Sign-in experience tougher to hack on Windows 10
Windows Central Prevent someone from guessing your password by using this guide to temporarily lock out your computer after a specific number of invalid attempts. Microsoft... 1 month
'The Walking Dead' nails how a 'zombie virus' could spread - CNET
CNET For some fun, researchers at Argonne National Laboratory run a computer model to see how quickly Chicago residents would join the legions of undead. 1 month
Shadow Brokers post list of compromised IP addresses
TechCrunch  Last night, after several months of relative quiet, a hacking group calling itself the Shadow Brokers posted new data purportedly stolen from the NSA. The group’s last leak in August included malware believed... 1 month
New tool detects malicious websites before they cause harm
SCIENCE DAILY Malicious websites promoting scams, distributing malware and collecting phished credentials pervade the web. As quickly as we block or blacklist them, criminals set up new domain names to support their... 1 month
Can we stop connected gadgets from taking down the internet?
THE VERGE Late last week, 100,000 compromised connected gadgets helped anonymous attackers launch a massive and sustained DDoS attack. Malware called Mirai took control of the devices to direct large... 1 month
Researchers sabotage 3D printer files to destroy a drone
TechCrunch  Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU), the University of South Alabama, and Singapore University of Technology and Design have successfully injected malicious code into a computer which, in... 2 months
Computer simulation breaks virus apart to learn how it comes together
PHYS.ORG Researchers led by Carnegie Mellon University physicist Markus Deserno and University of Konstanz (Germany) chemist Christine Peter have developed a computer simulation that crushes viral capsids.... 2 months
'Lurking malice' in cloud hosting services, study finds
SCIENCE DAILY A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised -- with several hundred of the "buckets"... 2 months
Almost 6,000 online shops hit by hackers
BBC Almost 6,000 web shops are unknowingly harbouring malicious code that is stealing the credit card details of customers, suggests research. 2 months
Foreign spies hacked Australian agency, report says
PHYS.ORG Foreign spies installed malicious software on an Australian government agency's computer system, stealing an unknown number of documents, an official report revealed Wednesday, stopping short of naming the country involved. 2 months
Get a 3-user WinAntiRansom license for $8.98 - CNET
CNET From the Cheapskate: That's 55 percent off the regular price for this potentially invaluable utility, one of the few designed specifically to protect you against ransomware. One- and 5-user licenses... 2 months
Spotify blames malware attack on a single ad - CNET
CNET "Questionable website pop-ups" get in the way for some users of the free version of the streaming-music service. 2 months
Spotify users hit with malware attack - CNET
CNET Some listeners on the free version of the service saw "questionable website pop-ups." 2 months
Apple believes 2016 MacBook Pro graphics issues are addressed in macOS 10.12.2 update, according to Craig Federighi email
9to5Mac
Watch Jimmy Fallon play Zelda on the Nintendo Switch
THE VERGE
Catapult yourself in the midst of New York’s Christmas-themed streets with Google’s ‘Window Wonderland’, even in VR [Video]
9to5Google
Do you hear what AI hear?
CBC
Apple Seeds Fifth Beta of tvOS 10.1 to Developers
MacRumors
Mophie Launches Juice Pack Air Battery Case With Wireless Charging for iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
MacRumors
Mac App Subscription Service 'Setapp' Offers Beta Invites
MacRumors
Apple's Renewed Focus on iPad Left the Mac Behind This Year
MacRumors
Humans play computer game using only direct brain stimulation
PHYS.ORG
Amazon just launched a cashier-free convenience store
THE VERGE
A handful of photos yields a mouthful of (digital) teeth
PHYS.ORG
Apple Shares New 'Romeo and Juliet' Ad Highlighting the iPhone 7's Camera
MacRumors
Crowdfunding campaign aims to create the perfect battery-pack for MacBook/MacBook Pro [Video]
9to5Mac
Security vulnerabilities in AirDroid allow access to private data and sending of malicious files [Video]
9to5Google
Korg stuffed all the features of its Wavestation synth into an app
THE VERGE
Sony Xperia XZ, X Performance, Verizon LG G5 pick up Android Nougat
9to5Google
The White House’s new app builds 1600 Pennsylvania Ave on a real $1 bill
THE VERGE
WATCH LIVE @ 11am ET: NASA Talks 'Hidden Figures' & Space Math for Students
SPACE.COM
Bach to the future: AI, meet classical music - CNET
CNET
Hands-on with AT&T’s new DirecTV Now streaming TV service [Video]
9to5Mac
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