iOS 10.1 is out, and it includes a number of serious security patches – including one designed to protect you from malicious code hiding inside a boobytrapped JPEG image file. 12 more words
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Chinese firm says it will recall vulnerable components, but as long as insecure devices continue to be attached to the internet, there will be opportunities for malicious hackers to exploit them and use them for their own ends. 16 more words
Researchers have released their latest research into the notorious Sednit cyberespionage group, which has targeted over 1000 high profile individuals with phishing attacks and zero-day exploits in their attempts to steal confidential information. 11 more words
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