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WikiLeaks is blamed for hundreds of malware infections

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 22, 2016

Hackers are taking advantage of the bulk download of digital documents from open-information website WikiLeaks to ambush unsuspecting users with malware, experts warn. A leading malware specialist from Bulgaria discovered the problem and documented 324 cases of infected WikiLeaks files -- many of them delivered as email attachments. The Register (U.K.) (08/19) ZDNet (08/19)


Shadow Brokers' NSA hack reveals VPN weaknesses

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 25, 2016

Cybersecurity becoming a top concern in the C-suite

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 23, 2016

Mobile malware a rising threat for banking apps

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 26, 2016

Survey: Majority of IT pros think breach is possible

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 25, 2016

Simple steps to reduce the risk of fraud

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 23, 2016

Social Security Administration rethinks text-based security measures

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 24, 2016

Cybersecurity perceptions drive consumer shopping behavior

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 24, 2016

Analysis: Cisco ready to break out in crowded cybersecurity field

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 24, 2016

Would you shop at a retail chain that had been the victim of a recent cyberattack?

SmartBrief on Cybersecurity | Aug 24, 2016


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