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Legacy tech time bomb is beginning to tick louder for public bodies, as malware and ransomware strike
Latest case of rogue WordPress plugin thought to have installed backdoors on up to 200,000 websites.
You might not have noticed it yet, but 2017 has seen some interesting malware trends, and not of the kind you might expect.
Web application compromise results in massive breach, along with corresponding mud-slinging...
Attackers adding sophistication and machine learning to maximise compromises, while business sits back.
Predictions of serious trouble begin to come true, according to new data...
Password-sleuth Troy Hunt, who runs the website HaveIBeenPwned.com (HIBP), has added a database of 711 million records to the website which he says is an amalgamation of a number of customer record databases floating around the internet and is used for spam purposes.
In the past two weeks, we have learnt of security vulnerabilities in both Facebook and LinkedIn, two of the leading social media websites in the world.
The largest DDoS ever seen, peaking at 620Gbps, targeted Brian Krebs in September 2016.
Are behavioural biometrics the next evolutionary step in user authentication?