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How a malvertising campaign can push malware

Zscaler recently discovered a malvertising campaign that spreads the Terror exploit kit through malicious ads. Discover more about the threat with expert Nick Lewis.

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Mobile location middleman Securus hacked again

Following news that it provides near real-time location data to law enforcement without warrants, a Securus hack exposed information on those law enforcement customers.

Wordfence observed a spike in scans for SSH keys

Cybersecurity vendor Wordfence reported a rise in scans for SSH private keys that are often accidentally exposed to the public. Learn how to stay protected with Nick Lewis.

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Are Meltdown and Spectre vulnerabilities?

There's been some debate over whether Meltdown and Spectre are true vulnerabilities. Expert Michael Cobb discusses what qualifies as a vulnerability and if these two make the cut.

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    New malware hijacks Telegram sessions

    News roundup: Telegrab malware enables hackers to grab encryption keys and browser credentials from Telegram sessions. Plus, DHS released its new cybersecurity strategy, and more.

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    Mobile location middleman Securus hacked again

    Following news that it provides near real-time location data to law enforcement without warrants, a Securus hack exposed information on those law enforcement customers.

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    U.S. government identifies Vault 7 suspect

    The U.S. government has identified a man already in custody on unrelated charges as the suspect in the Vault 7 leak, but it is unclear how much evidence supports the case.

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