Security executives are overwhelmingly craving more AI solutions in 2023 to help them battle the growing cybersecurity threat landscape, according to Netrix Global. 22% of respondents said that they would like to see more AI used in cybersecurity this …
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The surge in malicious activity, initially observed during the Russia-Ukraine conflict, has now spread to various regions globally, as revealed in the NOKIA Threat Intelligence Report 2023.
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Researchers have warned that cyber criminals may exploit ChatGPT’s AI Package Hallucination to spread malicious code, including malware infection.
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The Stealth Soldier malware is capable of stealing browser data, recording audio and video, and much more.
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If you, or your kids, are fans of Minecraft – you might be wise to not download any new mods of plugins for a while.
Read more in my article on the Tripwire State of Security blog.
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Australia’s signal intelligence agency calls upon an Eighties popstar to fight terrorism, and a simple act of kindness leads to a woman being scammed for thousands.
All this and much more is discussed in the latest edition of the “Smashing Security”…
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A recent report from Kaspersky revealed a zero-click attack method that requires no action from victims to infect iOS devices.
The post New zero-click threat targets iPhones and iPads appeared first on TechRepublic.
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The massive and sophisticated mobile malware campaign has been operating undetected on Android devices across the globe for more than six months.
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Recent BlueNoroff and Roaming Mantis activities, new APT related to the Russo-Ukrainian conflict, ChatGPT and threat intelligence, malvertising through search engines, cryptocurrency theft campaign and fake Tor browser
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The smartphone threat statistics for Q1 2023 includes data for Android malware, adware, banking Trojans and ransomware.
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