Flaw in WPA2 protocol puts most Wi-Fi devices at risk Belgian researcher Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet, KU Leuven has revealed details of a major flaw in the WPA2 protocol that is used for wireless security.
Office 365 users fear ransomware attacks: survey A survey on the uptake of Office 365 has found that the prime factor worrying 92% of respondents is ransomware, with 47% saying they had…
Qld cops ran child porn site for 11 months to trap abusers The Queensland Police's Task Force Argos, a specialised unit responsible for investigating online child exploitation and abuse, ran a child pornography site on the dark…
IRS puts Equifax contract on hold after malware find The US Internal Revenue Service has temporarily suspended a short-term contract worth US$7.25 million with credit information provider Equifax for identity proofing services.
Kaspersky asks for proof of claims made in American media Under pressure after a series of articles in the US press made various claims about its links to Russian state authorities this week, security firm…
11 VIDEOS Kaspersky conference 2017: APAC cyber espionage very bad, but worst still to come No longer facing only data theft or pillaging of servers with ransomware, APAC financial institutions are huge targets for monetary gain as attack sophistication reaches…
Hackers' use of privileged passwords 'widespread', claims security firm Cyber security company Centrify claims that the privileged password practice which allowed the “comprehensive hack” of an Australian defence contractor is “disturbingly widespread”.
Staples third US retailer to join Kaspersky ban American multinational office supplies retailer Staples has become the third big chain in the country to pull Kaspersky Lab software from its shelves.
Financial crimes under watch with Intel’s new anti-money laundering solution Intel has launched its Saffron anti-money laundering adviser which it says is aimed at detecting financial crime through a transparent AI solution utilising associative memory.
More than 6000 sites selling ransomware on dark Web: report Ransomware would have cost businesses worldwide US$1 billion this year, according to an estimate by endpoint security provider Carbon Black.

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