Devices used in the energy, transportation and communications sectors are also affected by the flaws in the TCP/IP software library

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ESET researchers uncover targeted attacks against high-profile aerospace and military companies

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The unsolicited phone calls tout everything from miracle cures to financial relief – here’s how you can stay safe

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The owners of the vulnerable indoor cameras are advised to unplug the devices immediately

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ESET research into Gamaredon’s tricks – A flawed online voting platform – Massive hack-for-hire campaigns

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Watch out for attacks attempting to take advantage of the lockdown-induced surge in mobile banking use

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Active APT group adds cunning remote template injectors for Word and Excel documents; unique Outlook mass-mailing macro

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An obscure Indian company operated a scheme targeting banks, non-profits, politicians and journalists all over the world, a report says

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The latest Patch Tuesday knocks out a record-high number of vulnerabilities, including new bugs in the SMB protocol

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Bad actors could tamper with ballots cast via OmniBallot without being detected by voters, election officials or the tool’s developer, a study finds

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