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Malware-infected USB sticks posted to Australian homes
Australian police have warned the public not to use unmarked USB sticks found in their letterboxes.
[BBC]

Malware-infected USB sticks posted to Australian homes
Australian police have warned the public not to use unmarked USB sticks found in their letterboxes.
[BBC News]

Eddie Bauer stores hit with credit card breach
Eddie Bauer said Thursday that the company found malware in all 350 of its U.S. and Canadian stores, potentially affecting customers who used their credit cards for an in-store purchase during the first six months of 2016.
[CNN Money]

Hackers auction files 'stolen from NSA'
A group of hackers calling itself Shadow Brokers claims to have stolen a collection of malware files from a group linked to the US National Security Agency (NSA).
[BBC]

Hackers auction files 'stolen from NSA'
A group of hackers calling itself Shadow Brokers claims to have stolen a collection of malware files from a group linked to the US National Security Agency (NSA).
[BBC News]

'Project Sauron' malware hidden for five years
A sophisticated form of malware known as Project Sauron went undetected for five years at a string of organisations, according to security researchers.
[BBC]

'Project Sauron' malware hidden for five years
A sophisticated form of malware known as Project Sauron went undetected for five years at a string of organisations, according to security researchers.
[BBC News]

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