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Ransomware attacks UCL

Ransomware attacks University College London

University College London (UCL) was hit by a major ransomware attack on Wednesday. The attack has been blamed on a pop-up page and phishing emails...

Kaspersky highlights botnet DDoS attacks

For the third quarter of 2017, Kaspersky Lab published its DDoS Intelligence report, which found the preference for complex DDoS attacks, instead of large-scale onslaughts, increased Linux botnets
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Software testing – how to test sooner and fix faster!

Mobile and Third-Party Products Director at The Telegraph, Emilio Vacca, gives tips to having the right checkpoints and alerts in place to test sooner and fix faster!

Bluetooth supports mesh networking

The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has announced that the global standard wireless connectivity, Bluetooth technology, is now supporting mesh networking, optimised for creating...
connected home

The barrier between connected home devices

20.35 billion connected home devices are to be used globally by the end of 2017, which are predicted to increase to 75.44 billion by...

CA Veracode urges businesses to secure software

Veracode today reveals the large gap between software creation and software security

The rise of encryption use by financial services and healthcare

A survey produced by Thales has revealed a record rise in the use of encryption by financial services, healthcare and pharmaceutical, and technology companies....

Hackers hijack Tesla’s cloud

Tesla reveals that its cloud computing platform has been hacked

‘Text bomb’ bug slows down Apple’s iPhones and Macs

A new flaw called "text bomb" has been discovered, affecting Apple's iPhone and Mac computers
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Kaspersky Lab reveals NukeBot: The new bank hacker

 Kaspersky Lab researchers have found a new malware called NukeBot, which contains a code designed to steal online banking customer information from specific banks,...