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  1. ESET research reveals a successor to the infamous BlackEnergy APT group targeting critical infrastructure, quite possibly in preparation for damaging attacks

    The post GreyEnergy: Updated arsenal of one of the most dangerous threat actors appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  2. In a new twist on the theme, the scammers have their sights set on book manuscripts, among other things

    The post Phishers are after something unusual in ploy targeting book publishers appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  3. While the number of victims is lower than previously thought, the data accessed for millions of them is more sensitive than originally believed

    The post Facebook downgrades victim count, details data accessed in breach appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. Proper preparation can make all the difference when it comes to speaking at conferences

    The post The Occasional Orator Part 3 appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. The times they are a-changin‘, so how do you build and sharpen the skills that you need to avoid being left behind by the digital revolution?

    The post Tips for minding the digital skills gap appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. TeleBots: First evidence linking Industroyer to NotPetya

    The post Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. ESET’s analysis of a recent backdoor used by TeleBots – the group behind the massive NotPetya ransomware outbreak – uncovers strong code similarities to the Industroyer main backdoor, revealing a rumored connection that was not previously proven

    The post New TeleBots backdoor: First evidence linking Industroyer to NotPetya appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  8. As another confusing message spreads, we look at Facebook privacy, cloning, and hacking

    The post Send in the clones: Facebook cloning revisited appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. The law is intended to help curb attacks that rely on weak, non-existent or publicly disclosed passwords that far too often ship with web-connected gadgets

    The post California outlaws poor default passwords in connected devices appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  10. Google has found no evidence of misuse of user information courtesy of a security glitch in the social platform’s API

    The post Google+ to shut down due to lack of adoption and privacy bug appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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