Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

History
#2010 A glimpse into how much Google knows about Russian government hackers
A 2014 leaked private report from Google shows how much the internet giant knows about government hacking groups.

In October of 2014 an American security company revealed that a group of hackers affiliated with the Russian government, dubbed APT28, had targeted Georgia and other Eastern European countries in a wide-ranging espionage campaign. Two and a half years later, APT28—also known as "Fancy Bear" or "Sofacy"—is a household name not just in the cybersecurity industry, but in the mainstream too, thanks to its attack on the US Democratic party and the ensuing leaks of documents and emails.
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#2011 IoT botnet bogs down college campus network
#2010 A glimpse into how much Google knows about Russian government hackers
#2009 Researchers discover self-healing malware that targets Magento stores
#2008 Android phone hacks could unlock millions of cars
#2007 Penetration testing tools cheat sheet
#2006 A corporate inbox receives 4.3 times more malware than a regular inbox
#2005 German parents told to destroy Cayla dolls over hacking fears
#2004 USB Killer now lets you fry most Lightning and USB-C devices for $55
#2003 Google discloses another unpatched Windows vulnerability
#2002 Permadelete: remove files securely on Windows PCs
#2001 Mongoaudit helps you secure MongoDB databases
#2000 CyberX discovers large-scale cyber-reconnaissance operation targeting Ukrainian organizations
#1999 PHP becomes first programming language to add modern cryptography library in its core
#1998 Trends in Android ransomware (PDF)
#1997 EU privacy watchdogs say Windows 10 settings still raise concerns
#1996 Lazarus’ false flag malware
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