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Scientists Expose Another Security Flaw in Intel Processors

Computer scientists at KU Leuven have once again exposed a security flaw in Intel processors. Jo Van Bulck, Frank Piessens, and their colleagues in Austria, the United States, and Australia

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Check Google Chrome! 500+ Extensions Spreading Dangerous Malware

It’s no exaggeration to say Google has a malware problem. And we’re not talking about the malware users run into when exploring the web. We’re talking about overlooked malware that


Coronavirus-Themed Emails Deliver Malware, Phishing, Scams

The new coronavirus outbreak, which started in China, has made a lot of headlines recently and has caused global panic. Over 40,000 infections have been confirmed and the death toll

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CipherCloud CASB+ for Slack: Visibility, protection and control of all user activity on Slack

CipherCloud, a leader in cloud security and governance, announced the availability of CASB+ for Slack, enabling secure collaboration and communication for the industry’s leading messaging application. Click here to view

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TRIMEDX partners with CyberVista to launch a cybersecurity training program

TRIMEDX is pleased to announce a comprehensive cybersecurity training program specifically designed to address the ever-growing threat of cyberattacks on connected medical devices. Click here to view original webpage at

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Cynet Announces Special Offer for Symantec Customers

Cynet announced a special offering for Symantec customers, enabling them to seamlessly switch to Cynet 360. Any Symantec customer with a coming license renewal in 2020 can switch to Cynet

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NHS SBS Adds Cyber Security Function To The Edge4Health

The corporate services provider, which is a joint venture between the Department for Health and Social Care and Sopra Steria, has developed the feature with technology company Virtualstock and cyber

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Microsoft rebukes rumors that Microsoft Teams is being used in ransomware attacks

In a statement published today, Microsoft has rebuffed rumors that its Microsoft Teams communication and collaboration platform is being used by cyber-criminal gangs to plant ransomware on company networks. Click

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ThreatQuotient Named Industry’s Top Threat Intelligence Platform by Frost & Sullivan

Research report honours ThreatQ with 2019 Technology Innovation Award for delivering a streamlined, efficient platform London, UK – 12th November 2019 – ThreatQuotient™, a leading security operations platform innovator, today

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Mozilla Hardens Firefox Against Injection Attacks

The first codebase change impacts the built-in about:pages that Firefox ships with, and which were designed to provide an interface to the internal state of the browser. about:config is the best known of them,