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Risk & Repeat: Breaking down the Efail flaws

In this week's Risk & Repeat podcast, SearchSecurity editors discuss the Efail vulnerabilities in PGP and S/Mime protocols, as well as the rocky disclosure process for the flaws.

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FBI sinkholes VPNFilter malware from APT28

New malware, dubbed 'VPNFilter' by Cisco Talos, infects 500,000 devices and triggers action from Justice Department, which seized and sinkholed the botnet's domain.

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How Meltdown and Spectre threaten hardware security

The Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities impact the physical and hardware security of systems, making them extremely difficult to detect. Learn how to prevent these attacks with Nick Lewis.

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Oh, what a 'Wicked' botnet we weave

Fortinet researchers uncovered a new variant of the Mirai malware, known as the Wicked botnet, which targets vulnerable IoT devices and uses multiple existing exploits.

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    FBI sinkholes VPNFilter malware from APT28

    New malware, dubbed 'VPNFilter' by Cisco Talos, infects 500,000 devices and triggers action from Justice Department, which seized and sinkholed the botnet's domain.

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