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Lazarus: From Espionage, to Bank Heists & Cryptocurrency

Lazarus is one of the “most active and prolific” advanced persistent threats according to Kaspersky. Lazarus refers to the complete adversarial unit while Bluenoroff/APT38 and APT37 are the financially and espionage motivated subunits within Lazarus respectively. 2,422 more words

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How to Install Software on Linux?

Installing software on Linux is very different from installing software on Windows. On Windows, you usually go to the website of the software provider to download and install a specific software. 1,662 more words


Understanding cybercriminal mind: New solution prepares CISOs for defense strategy

The new Kaspersky Digital Footprint Intelligence service delivers instant customer updates on weak points within an organization. It provides the customer with information on threats revealed by numerous open sources and resources which usually have limited access as well as being enriched with results from Kaspersky threat research. 675 more words

Ahead of the Game by Apt

It is Easter weekend so we were vaguely expecting something Eastery – eggs, rabbits, chickens, say and after a very speedy solve (the other Numpty was solving so fast that I could barely keep up with filling the grid and colour coding which clashing letters were down and which were across) he disappeared to cook supper and left me working out the endgame. 377 more words

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Listener No 4602: Ahead of the Game by Apt

Last January, Apt gave us an extract from The Merchant of Venice and asked us to fix examples of hypercorrection. This week we had some clashes to identify, then doodle a line through and finally highlight what was represented. 262 more words

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L4602: Ahead of the Game by Apt

The Listener can sometimes be a world of illusion – you think you’ve discovered something – only to find out it was, or might be, something different entirely. 161 more words

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