Category: Cybersecurity

Microsoft says it observed destructive malware in systems belonging to several Ukraine govt agencies

Published by Reuters UK (Reuters) – Microsoft Corp said in a blog post on Saturday it observed destructive malware in systems belonging to several Ukrainian government agencies and organisations that work closely with the Ukrainian government. The victims of the malware include Ukrainian government agencies that provide critical executive branch or emergency response functions, Microsoft

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CORSA PERFORMANCE DEBUTS CAMARO ZL1 CARBON FIBER AIR INTAKE

Published by Muscle Cars and Trucks Air intakes can make a significant difference when car owners are trying to get a little bit more horsepower and torque out of their vehicle. It’s not an astounding increase, but a couple more horses running under the hood isn’t something anyone is about to complain about. Owners of

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No lights, no heat, no money – that’s life in Ukraine during cyber warfare

Published by Reuters By Christopher Bing and Joseph Menn (Reuters) – Hackers who defaced and interrupted access to numerous Ukrainian government websites https://www.reuters.com/world/europe/exclusive-hackers-likely-used-software-administration-rights-third-party-hit-2022-01-14 on Friday could be setting the stage for more serious cyberattacks that would disrupt the lives of ordinary Ukrainians, experts said. “As tensions grow, we can expect more aggressive cyber activity in

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A Teenager Claims He Remotely Hacked 25 Tesla cars

Published by The Street By Vidhi Choudhary The hacker, who lives in Germany, said, on Twitter, that he was able to remotely start Tesla cars in different countries without the knowledge of the driver A 19-year-old security researcher and coding enthusiast recently claimed he exposed vulnerabilities in Tesla’s (TSLA) – Get Tesla Inc Report connected

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Russia takes down REvil hacking group at U.S. request – FSB

Published by Reuters By Tom Balmforth and Maria Tsvetkova MOSCOW (Reuters) -Russia has dismantled ransomware crime group REvil at the request of the United States in an operation in which it detained and charged the group’s members, the FSB domestic intelligence service said on Friday. The arrests were a rare apparent demonstration of collaboration between

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After users warned to avoid Xiaomi, officials in Germany find no risk

Published by DPA Xiaomi, the Chinese manufacturer behind some of the world’s most widely purchased smartphones, has been under suspicion of pre-installing censorship software on its phones. However, after Lithuania’s Defence Ministry said in September 2021 that Xiaomi phones had the capability to censor content, cybersecurity officials Germany have given the all-clear. Germany’s Federal Cyber

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Inflation Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon, CEOs Say

Published by The Street By Dan Weil A total of 59% of U.S. CEOs think consumer and producer prices will continue to rise at least into next year, according to a Conference Board survey. The inflation juggernaut doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. A total of 59% of U.S. CEOs think inflation will

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Inflation Isn’t Going Away Anytime Soon, CEOs Say

Published by The Street By Dan Weil A total of 59% of U.S. CEOs think consumer and producer prices will continue to rise at least into next year, according to a Conference Board survey. The inflation juggernaut doesn’t look like it’s going away anytime soon. A total of 59% of U.S. CEOs think inflation will

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Disinformation and electronic armies in Lebanon’s elections

Published by Al-Araby With Lebanon’s general election announced for May, media experts and activists fear that establishment politicians will undermine the democratic process by spreading and amplifying disinformation across social media – just as they have done in the past. Lebanese citizens are looking to the upcoming parliamentary elections as the first step toward ridding

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