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US army uses cyberwarfare to repulse simulated tank attack

The US army has reportedly successfully used cyberweapons and electronic warfare (EW) to repulse a simulated tank attack during a training exercise. The cyberweapons used during the exercise, which took place at the Army...

Infographic: IoT Cyber Security Concerns

Technology is moving forward at a rate we have never seen before. While the internet was something we once needed a computer to access, it can now be accessed on an endless number of...

Bigger than Mirai: Leet Botnet delivers 650 Gbps DDoS attack with ‘pulverized system files’

Earlier in the year, a huge DDoS attack was launched on Krebs on Security. Analysis showed that the attack pelted servers with 620 Gbps, and there were fears that the release of the Mirai...

NIST Calls Development of Quantum-Proof Encryption Algorithms

Quantum computers can perform operations much more quickly and efficiently even with the use of less energy than conventional computers, but that's bad news for encryption — a process which scrambles data according to...

Rakos malware infects Linux servers, IoT devices to build botnet

A recently discovered form of malware is spreading across Linux servers and Linux-powered Internet of Things devices, causing network congestion as it attempts to build a botnet. Called Rakos, the malware is attacking vulnerable devices via...
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New IoT Linux IRCTelnet Botnet Wreaks Havoc

A new and very potent malware botnet has been spotted, the threat is known as Linux IRCTtelnet and is very similar to the infamous Mirai botnet. The IoT Linux IRCTelnet Botnet is Dangerous and Live The...

What If You “Lost” Your Fingerprint?

Biometric authentication is becoming increasingly common. Smart phones and computers use it, banks have started to use it (in India, Yes bank unveiled its iris scan-enabled point of sale solution; in the US, Bank...

Will the present developments in driverless cars increase the potential for terrorist car bombings?

FBI believes the “game changing” vehicle could revolutionise high-speed car chases within a matter of years. The report also warned that autonomous cars may be used as "lethal weapons". In an unclassified but restricted report...

How the Grinch Stole IoT

Source: blog.level3.com Level 3 Threat Research Labs has previously reported on a family of malware that exploits Internet of Things (IoT) devices to create distributed denial of service (DDoS) botnets. With a rapidly increasing market...

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