Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#1405 Cybercrime and cyberwar: A spotter's guide to the groups that are out to get you
Cybercriminals are as varied as other internet users: just as the web has allowed businesses to sell and communicate globally, so it has given fraudsters the ability to plunder victims anywhere and set up crime networks that, previously, would have been impossible.

The web has become central to the smooth running of most developed economies, and the types of cybercrime have changed too. While 15 years ago the majority of digital crime was effectively a form of online vandalism, most of today's internet crime is about getting rich. "Now the focus is almost entirely focused on a some kind of pay-off," says David Emm, principal security researcher at Kaspersky Lab.
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#1406 Research: Companies fear mobile devices as massive cybersecurity threat
#1405 Cybercrime and cyberwar: A spotter's guide to the groups that are out to get you
#1404 How one man could have owned GitHub, and what happened next…
#1403 Building a new Tor that can resist next-generation state surveillance
#1402 New version of Cerber ransomware distributed via malvertising
#1401 Dropbox hackers stole e-mail addresses, hashed passwords from 68M accounts
#1400 Fairware attacks targeting Linux servers
#1399 So much for counter-phishing training: Half of people click anything sent to them
#1398 Thousands of security threats happen every five minutes: Trend Micro VP
#1397 SWIFT warns banks of more cyberattacks
#1396 Chrome 53 fixes address spoofing vulnerability and 32 other bugs
#1395 Hackers stole over 43 million Last.fm accounts in 2012 breach
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