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LogicalDOC document management has been added to Softpedia's database of software programs for the Windows operating system

LogicalDOC document management has been added to Softpedia’s database of software programs for the Windows operating system. They found it to be completely clean of adware/spyware components. 13 more words

Akamai Post-Mortem Report Confirms Mirai as Source of Krebs DDoS Attacks

With all the infosec community impatiently waiting for more details on the huge DDoS attack that hit the KrebsOnSecurity blog, Akamai has now released its official post-mortem report on the aforementioned incident. 34 more words

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This is a Softpedia test

Softpedia is a library of over 300,000 free and free-to-try software programs for Windows and Linux, games, Mac software, Windows drivers, mobile devices and IT-related articles. 45 more words

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Softpedia Test

Softpedia is a library of over 1,300,000 free and free-to-try software programs for Windows and Unix/Linux, games, Mac software, Windows drivers, mobile devices and IT-related articles. 68 more words

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New Linux VM Rowhammer attack

Catalin Cimpanu has a story in Softpedia about a new use of Rowhammer:

Rowhammer jacking Linux VMs https://t.co/dQfis0BZp6

— dragosr (@dragosr) August 16, 2016

New FFS Rowhammer Attack Hijacks Linux VMs: Attack was successful in tests against Debian and Ubuntu…

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Gotham Security Daily Threat Alerts

July 22, Softpedia – (International) Decrypter available for ODCODC ransomware. Security researchers from BloodyDolly released a decrypter for the ODCODC ransomware that circumvents ODCODC’s RSA-2048 encryption to recover the victim’s files without paying the ransom. 95 more words

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Gotham Security Daily Threat Alerts

July 11, Softpedia – (International) MIUI vulnerability affects millions of Xiaomi Android devices. Security researchers from IBM’s Security Intelligence team reported that a remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability exists in MIUI analytics component in versions prior to MIUI Global Stable 7.2 after researchers discovered that the self-update mechanism can be hijacked via a Man-in-the-Middle (MitM) attack and used to deliver malicious update packages. 199 more words

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