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Studies Warn That AI Has Learned to Deceive Humans

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A significant number of artificial intelligence systems were revealed to have developed the ability to deceive humans, a troubling pattern that raises serious concerns...
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Microsoft Launched Chatbot for Intelligence Agencies

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Tech giant Microsoft recognized the need for a fully secure AI system for handling sensitive intelligence data and created a “chatbot for spies” that...
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Careful Where You Upload – New Ransomware Threat

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While cybersecurity-savvy internet users know they should avoid clicking on links that may download unknown files onto their devices, a new emerging threat can...
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UK Passes Laws to Protect Consumers Against Cyberattacks

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The UK enacts new laws to protect consumers against hacking and cyberattacks. The laws will enforce consumer protections and mandate that internet-connected smart devices...
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Stop Encryption on Social Media, Says European Police

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Europe’s Police Chiefs and Europol are calling for politicians and industry leaders to take urgent action to ensure public safety across social media platforms,...
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Scammers Bypass Google Ad Checks, Impersonate Real Brands

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Some users found that when they try to reach a popular website through Google, they click on the ad at the top of the...

The New Chip That Can Protect You from Data Theft

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Researchers from the MIT-IBM Watson AI Lab developed new machine-learning accelerator chips that aim to enhance data security for health trackers, fitness apps, and...
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Can GPT-4 Hack Your Computer?

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Researchers from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign investigated Large language models like GPT-4 and their effectiveness in exploiting cybersecurity vulnerabilities, and found they can...
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Have An Android Phone? You Might Be at A Higher Risk...

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Android phones were exposed by experts as extremely vulnerable to cyberattacks, with almost 200,000 data tracking attempts made in just 30 days on a...
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AI is Making Smart Devices Easier to Hack – What Can...

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Our everyday routines are becoming increasingly flooded with AI-powered smart and ultra-connected devices (Internet of Things), and manufacturers are gathering incredible amounts of user...
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Russia’s Cyber Sabotage Group Poses a Global Threat

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A Russian-linked cyber group is becoming a significant global threat by playing an increasingly major role in the ongoing conflict in Ukraine. Leading cybersecurity firm...
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Secure Quantum Computing in Your Private Home

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Researchers from Oxford University developed “blind quantum computing” – a new approach to securely connect two quantum computing entities using existing fiber optic systems....
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Microsoft’s New AI Watchdog Meant to Detect Malicious Prompts

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Microsoft announces new techniques to fight against two types of attacks used by malicious actors to jailbreak AI systems – AI Spotlighting (which separates...
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Cybergangs Are Using AI-Generated Code – What Are the Implications?

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Cybercriminals impersonating legitimate German companies are attacking organizations across various industries in the country using AI, as was reported by cybersecurity company Proofpoint. The hackers,...
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The ‘Cybercrime Index’ Ranks Countries by Cybercrime Threat Level

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An international team of researchers worked for three years to compile the first ever "World Cybercrime Index” (which was developed as a joint partnership...
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Should We Sanction the Use of Cyberweapons, or The Weapons Themselves?

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Cyberspace is being increasingly used in conflicts, which means that cyber arms control needs to be addressed as well. A recent analysis published by...
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Malicious Actors Using YouTube to Distribute Malware

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Information stealing malware is being delivered on YouTube disguised as pirated software and video game “cracks,” reports cybersecurity firm Proofpoint. This malware (including Vidar, StealC,...
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Malware Can Hear Your Keyboard Strokes and Reveal Your Password

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Research reveals that keystroke sounds can be exploited by malicious actors to reveal sensitive user data, like the text that users are typing into...
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Telecommunications Giant Faces Huge Data Breach, Resets Millions of Passcodes

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The telecommunications company AT&T reported last week that a dataset found on the dark web contains information like the Social Security numbers of about...
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The Phishing Platform Automating Cybercrime

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Darcula is a new Chinese-language phishing-as-a-service platform with more than 20,000 phishing domains that target organizations in over 100 countries. While the concept of an...
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German Authorities Bring Down Darknet Marketplace ‘Nemesis Market’

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The illegal darknet marketplace Nemesis Market, based in Germany and Lithuania, was recently seized by the Frankfurt Main Public Prosecutor’s Office, the Central Office...
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Hacktivists Hack Israeli Nuclear Facility

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The hacktivist group ‘Anonymous’ has claimed a recent breach of Israel’s nuclear facility networks in Dimona as a protest against the war with Gaza....

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The First Driverless Military Vehicles Designed Without Driver Space

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California-based self-driving technology developer Kodiak Robotics is partnering with defense manufacturing firm Textron Systems to build military ground vehicles specifically designed for driverless operations....