A report calls into question the providers’ security practices and dismisses their claims of being no-log VPN services

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The Identity Theft Resource Center doesn’t expect the trend to last, however

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Trojanized cryptocurrency trading apps targeting Mac users – An Android chat app turns out to be spyware – Twitter sustains a massive hack

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Tech titans and prominent politicians among victims of a sprawling hack that Twitter says leveraged its internal tools

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ESET researchers lure GMERA malware operators to remotely control their Mac honeypots

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The company urges organizations to waste no time in installing updates to fix the vulnerability that rates a ‘perfect’ 10 on the severity scale

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It appears that the July 2019 breach at MGM Resorts affected far more people than initially thought

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ESET malware researcher Lukas Stefanko gives us a peek behind the scenes of his analysis of CryCryptor ransomware and puts the threat into a broader context

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ESET research uncovers a malicious operation that both spies on victims and leaks their data

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The vulnerability exposed Zoom users running Windows 7 or earlier OS versions to remote attacks

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