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QuintessenceLabs scores further funding from Defence

The quantum cybersecurity firm has scored an additional AU$528,000 to develop a 'resilient' encryption method that could protect sensitive data on mobile assets.

In security update, Apple backports Meltdown fix to older macOS versions

The fix, previously reserved for newer Macs, is now available on older versions of macOS.

Intel: Stop firmware patching until further notice

The chip giant believes it has found the root cause of the issue forcing Haswell and Broadwell chips to unexpectedly reboot.

iOS 11.2.5 out for iPhone and iPad, patches annoying 'text bomb' bug

Bug fixes, new Siri tricks, and support for the upcoming release of the HomePod smartspeaker.

Fake cryptocurrency scam delivers ransomware - and more malware when you pay up

Fake cryptocurrency advertised on forums is used to lure targets into installing what researchers say could be a test for new ransomware delivery techniques and tactics.

Snoopers could eavesdrop on Tinder photos and swipes says security company

Security company says it has uncovered a weakness which could let hackers snoop on photos and user actions.

NjRat secures top spot as most active network malware in 2017

17 hours agoTechnology / Security : Zero Day

The most common Trojan found on today's networks is also, unfortunately, one that script kiddies delight in.

Hackers steal almost $400 million from cryptocurrency ICOs

19 hours agoTechnology / Security : Zero Day

ICOs are risky, potentially lucrative, and now a top target for threat actors looking to cash in.

Spectre of unpredictable chips makes Intel recommend halt of its patchy patch

The chip giant believes it has found the root cause of the issue forcing Haswell and Broadwell chips to unexpectedly reboot.

Bitcoin Use-Cases: BAT Crypto Token and Brave Browser Show Glimpse That in the Future, the Internet IS the Browser!

The post Bitcoin Use-Cases: BAT Crypto Token and Brave Browser Show Glimpse That in the Future, the Internet IS the Browser! appeared first on Stay N Alive.

Sega investigating claims Android Sonic games are leaking data

The games publisher has promised swift justice if any third party is found to be responsible for the claimed leaks.

Latest preview builds hint at new privacy tools for Windows 10

For years, privacy advocates have been pushing Microsoft to offer more transparency over the telemetry data it collects in Windows 10. The latest Insider Preview builds suggest that new tools to manage this data are in the works.

This hacking gang just updated the malware it uses against UK targets

The National Cyber Security Centre issues a warning over updated Neuron malware attacks by the Turla hacking group.

Hacker jailed for DDoS attacks against Skype and Google

The 21-year-old has been jailed for running a botnet and selling malware in the Dark Web.

CFTC files lawsuit against Entrepreneurs Headquarters over Bitcoin Ponzi scheme

The US agency alleges that The Entrepreneurs Headquarters defrauded customers out of $1.1 million in Bitcoin.

UK top 500 legal firm credentials leaked on the Dark Web

The majority of file dumps include both emails and passwords for corporate accounts.

Tight deadlines lead AEC to ditch security compliance: ANAO

A 12-week turnaround before a double dissolution election with a new method to allocate preferences, forced the AEC to accept an increased level of risk. Thanks Malcolm.

Hackers are using recent Microsoft Office vulnerabilities to distribute malware

Malware can steal passwords, bitcoin wallets, software keys, carry out DDoS attacks and more - and a campaign distributing it is targeting telecommunications, insurance and financial services

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