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Researchers can stop Petya-like ransomware

A new global ransomware attack has been spreading quickly using the same exploits as WannaCry, but researchers have already found ways to protect users from the damage.

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Enterprises can achieve continuous monitoring in the cloud if they focus on the two main elements of it. Expert Dave Shackleford discusses what those elements are.

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Project Zero finds dangerous Windows antivirus bug

A newly disclosed Windows Defender bug, which could allow an attacker to fully take over a target system and create admin accounts, marks yet another major antivirus vulnerability.

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How to check that your IPv6 network is updated

To find out if your IPv6 network has been updated to RFC 7217, you can perform a test using the interface identifier. Expert Fernando Gont explains how to do this.

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