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Stuxnet And The Future Of Cyber Warfare
2012-06-06 13:10:06

Michael Harper for redOrbit.com As our world becomes increasingly interconnected via the series of tubes and wires known as the internet, so too grows the risk of cyber-crime. So far in 2012, we´ve already seen malware strike a large number of Macs, several attacks on large organizations and even the new Flame malware, which is said to be the most advanced and sophisticated malware yet. Now, two different securities officials are saying they are worried about what our future may...

Flame Virus 'Most Sophisticated' Cyber Weapon Ever Used
2012-05-29 04:57:03

Researchers at Kaspersky Lab announced on Monday that they had uncovered the “most sophisticated cyber weapon” ever unleashed. The malware, dubbed Flame, is a highly complex malicious program with vast espionage capabilities that are actively targeting sensitive information across the Middle East. The sophistication and functionality of the virus exceed those of all other cyber weapons known to date, Kaspersky said. “Flame can easily be described as one of the most...

2012-03-16 16:49:42

One of the world's leading Internet security experts, Eugene Kaspersky, has described the World Cyber Security Technology Research Summit at Queen's University Belfast as key in preventing a Cyber World War. Eugene Kaspersky, CEO and co-founder of the largest antivirus company in Europe, Kaspersky Lab, will be giving a keynote address at the second annual Cyber Security Technology Research Summit on Friday 16 March. The cyber security guru is joining some of the world's leading cyber...

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2011-02-16 11:50:00

Security experts are saying that smartphones are the new 'El Dorado' for computer criminals and many owners are unaware of the risk and what to do about it. Security companies say that as sales of smartphones and tablets have started to outpace those of personal computers, criminals are increasingly targeting the devices. Many people use their smartphones or tablets to access corporate networks without authorization. "This is something which is self-evident in the world of PCs," Intel...

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2010-02-18 07:40:56

Smartphone users may have a new worry to contend with as cyber criminals seek to break into web-connected mobile devices, but the threats so far have been contained by the mobile industry, according to security experts. The Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain provided software security firms an opportune time to bring up warnings that the mobile industry could be facing serious viral attacks now and in the future. Mikko Hyppoenen, chief research officer at antivirus software company...


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