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Watching A USB Hack In Action Makes Me Never Want To Leave My Computer

Remember BadUSB, the pervasive and unfixable security vulnerability that turns every USB device into a vector for attacks against just about every computer? The one that’s out in the wild now? I always knew it was bad, but this video really brought it home for me, and now I want to fill my USB ports up with cement.


Report: Mysterious Russian Malware Is Infecting 100,000+ WordPress Sites

A Russian malware called SoakSoak has infected over 100,000 WordPress sites since this Sunday, turning blogs into attack platforms. It’s a potential shitshow, and it could have been prevented a few months ago.


Cheap Tablets Aren't Just Crap, They're Dangerous

As you scope out deals leading up to Christmas, here’s a reminder that sucker-punching someone to get the last $99 tablet might not be the wisest course of action. For several reasons.


Report: Regin Spyware Linked To US And UK Intelligence Services

Over the weekend, Syamantec published a report that described a sophisticated piece of spyware called Regin that had been snooping on servers for years. Now, new reports suggest that it’s linked to US and UK intelligence services.


Download This Free Tool To See If The US Government's Spying On You

It’s been over a year-and-a-half since documents leaked by Edward Snowden shook our sense of privacy to the core. Those documents proved that government is spying on us pretty much all the time. And now that we know Congress isn’t going to do anything about it right away, it’s time to find the tools to protect yourself. Detekt is a good one.


New Malware Infects Macs And Then iPhones Via USB

A team of security researchers has discovered a new malware campaign called WireLurker that targets Apple’s desktop and mobile devices. Currently aimed at Chinese users, the team says it’s “the biggest in scale we have ever seen.”


FBI Planted Phishing Scam On Fake Seattle Times Page To Trap Teen

For years, phishing scammers have been setting up fake tech support hotlines, websites to plant malicious malware on unsuspecting machines. And, apparently, even the FBI has been getting in on the fun. Because, back in 2007, the FBI created a fake Seattle Times web page, all to catch a high school bomb threat suspect.


Malware Attacks On ATMs Are Here To Stay

Earlier this month it came to light that ATM malware was being used to extort large quantities of cash from banks. Now, Krebs on Security reports that such techniques are on the rise — and here to stay too.


The Malware Of The Future May Actually Help Us -- For A Little While

Malware is everywhere you turn right now, but that does at least mean we’re conscious of it. But the malicious software of the future might have a new trick up its sleeve: playing friendly for a long time before it goes rogue and messes things up once we’re comfortable with its presence.


The Only Fix For That Terrible USB Malware Requires Epoxy

And it’s only a partial fix at that. Last week, a couple of hackers released the code for malware that exploits a serious security flaw found in every single USB device, in hopes someone will come up with a fix. They have now released a partial solution themselves, and it involves coating your USB stick in epoxy.


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