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Regin: Further unravelling the mysteries of a cyberespionage threat

Symantec’s investigation uncovers additional modules for the Regin spying tool and finds advanced infrastructure supporting it.

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Symantec’s continuing investigation into the Regin Trojan has cast new light on the cyberespionage tool, revealing a wider range of capabilities and a complex infrastructure supporting the threat.  7 more words

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APT targeting MICE market

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The APT Group has announced it is targeting the Meetings, Incentives and Corporate Events (MICE) market, with a 3-tiered offering now available across 4 of its brands. 489 more words



to hell you fucking (non-expletive, ruled out as PC in the early 2000s, but I promise it’s the most appropriate word context-and-meaning considered). That’s what I want to say to D. 641 more words

APT launches new Kimberley Wilderness Adventures programme

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Award-winning Australian tour operator APT is celebrating over 50 years of outback touring, and more than 40 years in the Kimberley, with the launch of its new Kimberley Wilderness Adventures programme.  371 more words



about people comes easy to me–this probably has something to do with being raised Catholic (which failed to take). Sat and wrote a postcard to X. 600 more words

Computer network defense operations, disrupting the enemy's attack

In the last couple of weeks I have been reading different white papers related to network computer defense and the general idea in all of them is that the industry is moving towards a dynamic approach to computer network defense. 670 more words

Cyber Defense

Has Your Wi-Fi Router Been Hijacked?

When was the last time you logged into the administrative interface of your Wi-Fi router? I urge you to do so right away—and take the simple measures outlined below—in light of the increasing threat from “DNS Changer” malware. 1,783 more words