- The Joker Malware hits Android and it's no joke.
- So much for Law & Order: Attacks continue on Universities from Iranian group despite indictments.
- Sophos open-sources Sandboxie.
- 281 Arrested in International BEC Takedown.
- PsiXBot Malware upgraded to use DNS-over-HTTPS.
- Encrypted DNS could help close the biggest privacy gap on the Internet.
- An appeals court rules that scraping a public website is not a violation of the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act.
- Community projects highlight the need for security volunteers.
- Anthony James of Infoblox on why DNS security is often overlooked and when left unprotected can leave the backdoor to enterprise networks wide open.
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- Uninstall These 24 Android Apps Infected with New 'Joker' Malware
- Indictments Do Little to Stop Iranian Group from New Attacks on Universities
- Sophos open-sources Sandboxie, an utility for sandboxing any application
- 281 Arrested in International BEC Takedown
- PsiXBot malware upgraded with Google DNS over HTTPS, sexploitation kit
- Encrypted DNS Could Help Close the Biggest Privacy Gap on the Internet. Why Are Some Groups Fighting Against It?
- Web scraping doesn’t violate anti-hacking law, appeals court rules
- Community Projects Highlight Need for Security Volunteers