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  1. ESET research into Winnti Group's new backdoor – A dangerous Android app under the microscope – The BIAS Bluetooth bug

    The post Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  2. ESET researchers detect a new way of misusing Accessibility Service, the Achilles’ heel of Android security

    The post Insidious Android malware gives up all malicious features but one to gain stealth appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  3. Here’s how encryption can help keep your data safe from prying eyes – even if your device is stolen or your cloud account is hacked

    The post How encryption can help protect your sensitive data appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  4. New features include DNS over HTTPS, a Safety Check section and simpler cookie management

    The post Chrome 83 arrives with enhanced security and privacy controls appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  5. The notorious APT group continues to play the video game industry with yet another backdoor

    The post No “Game over” for the Winnti Group appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  6. In the rush to embrace IoT devices, we shouldn’t trade in our privacy and security for the added convenience

    The post These things may be cool, but are they safe? appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  7. As many as 30 different smartphones, laptops and other devices were tested – and all were found to be vulnerable

    The post Bluetooth flaw exposes countless devices to BIAS attacks appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  8. Several high-performance computers working on COVID-19 research have been forced offline following a string of attacks

    The post European supercomputers hacked to mine cryptocurrency appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  9. ESET research into malware taking aim at air-gapped networks – Dissecting a backdoor hitting high-profile targets in Asia – WannaCryptor three years later

    The post Week in security with Tony Anscombe appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

  10. Another vulnerability in the same Windows component was abused by Stuxnet a decade ago

    The post Microsoft fixes vulnerability affecting all Windows versions since 1996 appeared first on WeLiveSecurity

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