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North Korea denies link to WannaCry ransomware attack

Some security researchers have found similarities between WannaCry and malware previously written by a hacking group linked to North Korea.
Read more in my article on the Hot for Security blog. 9 more words

Graham Cluley

Zomato hacked! Database of 17 million users stolen

Restaurant search website Zomato has announced that it has suffered a major security breach, resulting in the theft of a user database containing 17 million users’ names, email addresses and passwords. 19 more words

Graham Cluley

Smashing Security #21: WannaCry – Who’s to blame?

The WannaCry ransomware predictably dominates the discussion in our podcast this week, but that’s not the only security story that caught our eye.
Computer security veterans Graham Cluley and Carole Theriault are joined on the podcast this week by spec… 8 more words

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DocuSign admits hackers accessed its customer email database, sent out malware

Digital signature service DocuSign has discovered that hackers managed to breach its systems and gain access to a system that allowed attackers to email malware to customers. 23 more words

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Apple users advised to update their software now, as new security patches released

Welcome to the post-WannaCry world, where every computer user understands the importance of creating secure backups and applying security patches in a timely fashion.
Read more in my article on the We Live Security blog. 14 more words

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WannaCry ransomware hits systems worldwide

Sorry I haven’t written anything about WannaCry yet.
As you can imagine it’s “been a bit busy”. Every time I try to write something the media grab me for an interview, and I spent an hour or so in a BBC studio in Oxford while they tried to work out wh… 6 more words

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Smashing Security #020: Phishing for Donald Trump

Gizmodo’s attempt to reveal Donald Trump’s administration ineptitude when it comes to cybersecurity fails to impress. Mac users are warned that the HandBrake DVD-ripping app has been compromised by malware. 16 more words

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