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Who can hack the most popular smart

devices? Bitdefenders IoT Village hosted in
Techsylvania is ready to roll
By: Razvan Muresan |


May 20, 2016 | Posted in: Industry News

Youve probably read in our latest report that, as security

becomes more entwined with the physical world, protection
against physical manipulation needs to be addressed, too.
Mobile devices can be stolen. If someone hacks into the
memory of an IoT device and reads the encryption key, every
identical device becomes vulnerable. This is a real problem for
both consumers and the industry as a whole. The IoT op...


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Easy Tips to Dodge E-banking Fraud

By: Bitdefender |


May 18, 2016 | Posted in: Tips And Tricks

What is Bitdefenders Pick? We might be a security company,

but our interests spin way beyond creating virus signatures and
identifying new malware. We keep our eyes peeled for new
gadgets, innovative technologies and geeky events, but also
give you security tips and tricks on how easy it could be to stay
safe online. Developing award-winning technologies that fight
off even the newest malware outbreaks is...

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Two-thirds of enterprises in the UK were

breached in the past 12 months, causing
damages of up to 3m
By: Razvan Muresan |


May 13, 2016 | Posted in: Industry News

Some 24% of all businesses have experienced one or more


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cyber security breaches in the last 12 months, while 65% of

large firms faced a breach over this period, according to a
recent report. Breaches are more common among
administration or real estate firms (39%). Businesses that
invest in cyber security are more likely to have experienced
breaches than those who spend nothing on it (33% versus 8%).
This m...


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US Congress blocks Yahoo Mail after wave of

ransomware attacks
By: Graham Cluley |


May 12, 2016 | Posted in: Industry News

The United States of Representatives has taken drastic action

in the wake of a series of attempted ransomware attacks
against its computers. It is completely blocking Yahoo Mail.
Source: Wikipedia Gizmodo managed to get its paws on a copy
of an email sent to House of Representatives staff by its IT
department at the end of April, warning that an increase in
ransomware attacks had been seen, primarily coming...
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Android Malware Promises Porn, but Roots

Device and Installs Other Malware
By: Liviu Arsene |


May 11, 2016 | Posted in: Alerts, Industry News

Android Malware Promises Porn, but Roots Device and Installs Other Malware

Android malware is not

unusual; weve even

seen it pop up in Googles Marketplace app on several occasions. Increasing in both

sophistication and stealthiest, Android malware has mostly been a nuisance on third-party
marketplaces, such as in China, where it continues to thrive. Why third party marketplaces? As
Googles Bouncer does a pretty good job at identifying malicious apps for the most part
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North Korea Possibly Behind Alleged South

Korea Defense Contractor Hack
By: Liviu Arsene |


May 11, 2016 | Posted in: Industry News

South Korean defense contractor Hanjin Heavy Industries &

Construction Co. has been allegedly hacked by North Korea,
according to the local military counter-intelligence service. The
naval warship builder allegedly suffered a security breach on
April 20, although no details regarding its severity or
consequences have been offered to the press. South Korean
officials have started investigating the incide...
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