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40pc of enterprise networks signal malware threat

Forty per cent of files tested by Infoblox, a top network control company, show evidence of DNS tunneling, a security threat that can indicate active malware or ongoing data exfiltration within an organization’s network. Thi

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InterContinental unit hit by payment card data breach

InterContinental Hotels Group-owned Kimpton Hotels & Restaurants said an investigation had found a malware attack on servers that processed payment cards used at some of its hotels. The news comes nearly three weeks after a da

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Iran detects malware in petchem plants

Iran has detected and removed malicious software from two of its petrochemical complexes, a senior military official said on Saturday, after announcing last week it was investigating whether recent petrochemical fires were caused by cyber attack

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Iran detects malware in petchem plants

Iran has detected and removed malicious software from two of its petrochemical complexes, a senior military official said on Saturday, after announcing last week it was investigating whether recent petrochemical fires were caused by cyber attack

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Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt, IHG ‘hit by malware’

A data breach at 20 US hotels operated by HEI Hotels & Resorts for Starwood, Marriott, Hyatt and Intercontinental may have divulged payment card data from tens of thousands of food, drink and other transactions, HEI said on Sunday.

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Insider data theft top threat to digital business

Insider data theft and malware attacks top the list of the most significant concerns for enterprise security executives, a new report from global professional services company Accenture and HfS Research says.  Of those survey

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Pakistan, Indonesia lead in malware attacks

Pakistan, Indonesia, the Palestinian territories, Bangladesh, and Nepal attract the highest rates of attempted malware attacks, according to Microsoft Corp. Countries that attracted the fewest include Japan, Finland, Norway and Sw

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Russian creator of malware fined $6.9 million

A Russian man who spent about three years behind bars in the United States for creating the computer malware known as Gozi was ordered on Monday to pay $6.9 million to cover losses to bank customers but spared further US prison time.

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Cyber criminals snap up expired domains

Expired domain names are becoming the latest route for cyber criminals to find their way into the computers of unsuspecting users. Cyber criminals launched a malicious advertising campaign this week targeting visitors of popular n

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Cyber criminals snap up expired domains

Expired domain names are becoming the latest route for cyber criminals to find their way into the computers of unsuspecting users. Cyber criminals launched a malicious advertising campaign this week targeting visitors of popular n

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