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KeyRaider infects 'jailbroken' Apple iPhone users in 18 countries

KeyRaider infects 'jailbroken' Apple iPhone users in 18 countries

As many as 225,000 Apple iPhone users have had their account details hacked in what is said to be the biggest attack of its kind against the firm's user base.

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IBM warns of 'masterful' new Shifu banking Trojan

IBM warns of 'masterful' new Shifu banking Trojan

IBM researchers have found the 'Shifu' Trojan attacking Japanese banks, as well as new information-stealing malware called CoreBot - both with Russian origins.

New scanner detects thousands of vulnerable Android apps

New scanner detects thousands of vulnerable Android apps

Security researchers create new way to discover malware masquerading as mobile apps, find 30,000 malicious apps on Google Play Store.

Hacking number one consumer fear, others not worried: Kaspersky Labs

Hacking number one consumer fear, others not worried: Kaspersky Labs

A Kaspersky Labs study found some consumers are tremendously worried about hacking and malware, while almost half are not concerned at all and others simply believe they are not of interest to cyber-criminals.

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Could your user access mismanagement cost you £2m?

Could your user access mismanagement cost you £2m?

Predictive analytics can scrutinise employees' network activities to forestall fraud and other insider threats, says Paul Dyson.

iCloud's two-factor authentication silver lining

iCloud's two-factor authentication silver lining

Last August, a trove of private images leaked online following a series of targeted brute force attacks against celebrity accounts in iCloud, says Silvio Kutic.

Pre-empt the regulations and safeguard your data NOW!

Pre-empt the regulations and safeguard your data NOW!

Take steps now to protect your data ahead of changes to the General Data Protection Regulations in Europe, says Andy Hardy.

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