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Underwater Data Cables Cut Following Houthi Threat

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It is speculated that Yemen’s Houthi rebels cut three cables under the Red Sea that provide global internet and telecommunications, though it is still...
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No Search Warrant, No IP Address

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Canada’s Supreme Court rules that the Canadian police won’t be able to access an IP address without a search warrant. This case was brought to...
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Lightning Never Strikes Twice? Ransomware Attackers Seen Regularly Repeating Previous Attacks

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Cybersecurity company Cybereason reveals that the actual price of a ransomware attack on a business includes much more than the ransom itself. When choosing whether...
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China is Boosting its Cyber Defenses in Fear of Cyberattacks and...

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China reportedly intends to improve the data security of its industrial sector in order to effectively contain any “major risks,” a process that is...
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The Rise of Romance Crypto-Scamming

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Malicious romance cybercriminal steals close to a quarter million dollars from a victim in a months-long online scam. This type of online scam is also...
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New Type of Cyberattack Uses Wireless Charger to Set Your Smartphone...

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Security experts from the University of Florida worked with CertiK and found a certain class of cyberattacks that could cause a smartphone to catch...
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A Cyberattack Every 39 Seconds – The Dangers of the ‘Remember...

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The Remember Me checkbox promises online users a convenient, one-time log in, but using this feature has various security implications. Research released by the...
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The Growing Need for Satellite Cybersecurity

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The expansion of the digital realm into space has opened new frontiers for cyber threats, posing unprecedented challenges. The satellites orbiting Earth are crucial for...
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WiFi Vulnerability Threatens Android Users

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Hackers can now create clones of WiFi hotspots and intercept data, as well as enable unauthorized access to protected home Wi-Fi networks and expose...
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Hackers Can Use the Sound of Swiping to Steal Your Fingerprints

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Nowadays, fingerprints are one of the most popular forms of personal identification, whether it’s unlocking your phone, approving online payments, access control, and many...
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Several Countries Join Forces to Smash the World’s Most Dangerous Cybergang

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UK and US law enforcement led an international operation, successfully disrupting the Russian-linked ransomware specialist LockBit, one of the most harmful cybercrime groups in...
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New Tamper-Proof ID Tag Developed by MIT

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MIT developers invent new tamper-proof ID tag that provides cheap and secure authentication – a cryptographic chip that is smaller and cheaper than RFID...
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Criminals Break into Smart Homes by Jamming Wireless Security

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A series of robberies in Minneapolis led police to believe that burglars are using WiFi jammers to block off security system signals from reaching...
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Enhanced Cybersecurity Measures Are Rooted in AI

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A research team at Los Alamos National Laboratory has set a new world record in classifying malware families. They are doing so by using...
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Russian Worldwide Espionage Botnet Caught and Disrupted

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The US Department of Justice claims to have taken down a global botnet controlled by GRU, Russia’s military intelligence agency. The botnet reportedly consisted...

“Unhackable” Computer Chip Works on Light

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Researchers from the University of Pennsylvania developed a new computer chip that uses light instead of electricity, which can improve AI model training by...
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Cybergang DarkGate Uses CAPTCHA to Spread Malware

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HP Wolf Security’s latest threat insights disclosure put a spotlight on DarkGate – a group of web-based criminals using legal advertising tools to enhance...
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Cyberattack Disables Hospital for Days

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Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago has been disabled by a cyberattack for over a week, blocking doctors and nurses from accessing digital patient records, and...
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Microsoft Claims Adversary Countries are Using Generative AI For Cyber Operations

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Microsoft claims US adversaries like Iran, North Korea, Russia, and China are beginning to use generative AI to organize offensive cyber operations. The tech giant...
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Monitoring Online Terror with AI

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Social media platforms on the internet are constantly flooded with huge amounts of content, and this vast ocean of material needs to be constantly...
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Cybercriminals Create Malicious AI Chatbots

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Artificial intelligence tools for the general public (ChatGPT, Bard, Dall-E) are being widely used for many everyday tasks, but users with malicious intentions can...
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AI-Voice Robocalls Declared Illegal in the US

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US regulators declared last week that scam "robocalls" made using voices created with artificial intelligence are now illegal. This phenomenon gained attention last month after...

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