Security Alerts & News
by Tymoteusz A. Góral

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#66 TeslaCrypt flaw opens the door to free file decryption
Security researcher Lawrence Abrams explained in a blog post this week that a number of former victims and researchers have been working together for the past month to exploit a flaw in TeslaCrypt's encryption key storage algorithm. While this was kept quiet to prevent the malware's creator catching on and patching the flaw, now TeslaCrypt 3.0 has been released, the group have decided to release their findings.
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#68 Now California state wants to ban sale of encrypted smartphones
#67 Anti - Virus Comparative - Summary Report 2015 (PDF)
#66 TeslaCrypt flaw opens the door to free file decryption
#65 New Magic Ransomware developed from open source EDA2 Ransomware
#64 Tor Project raises over $200,000 in attempt to “diversify” its funding
#63 Risk Assessment / Security & Hacktivism Internet of Things security is so bad, there’s a search engine for sleeping kids
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