Posts Tagged ‘Israel’

Using Power Lines to Steal Data

There is a way to exfiltrate data from air-gapped computers and that is through malware that can control the power
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Using Headphones, Speakers to Steal Info

In what appears to be a science fiction attack, but is, in fact, a possibility, air-gapped computers can communicate with
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Netherlands-U.S. Cybersecurity Projects

When it comes to fighting cyber-threats, “cybersecurity is a global sport,” said Dr. Douglas Maughan. Maughan, director of the Department
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New Stagefright Exploit Hits Android, Again

Hundreds of millions Android devices are at risk one more time after researchers found a new way to exploit the
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Converting Solar Energy into Electric Power

There is a new paradigm for the development of photo-bioelectrochemical cells that could end up converting solar light energy into
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SMBs Target of Malware Attack

An attack focusing on small- and medium-sized businesses in different countries is working despite employing malware not very good at
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U.S., Belarus Spam Leaders

When it comes to spam, the United States is the leader in the “countries by volume” category, while Belarus tops
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IBM Deals for Security Firm Trusteer

IBM is going to pay close to $1 billion to pick up security company, Trusteer. In a sign that IBM
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Botnets Attack Israeli Websites

Israeli websites are under attack as part of the Anonymous OpIsrael campaign which launched a series of distributed denial of
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