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Bangladesh Bank heist gang may strike again
Security researchers have urged global banks to tighten their network defenses following the discovery of malware that helped hackers steal $101 million from Bangladesh Bank.
[CNN Money]

Google.com is a 'partially dangerous' website – according to Google
Visitors warned about malware and cybercriminal links on search engine by the company’s own Safe Browsing Site Status report Google.com is a “partially dangerous” website that has some pages that may install malware on your computer or try to steal your personal information – says, er, Google. (...)
[The Guardian]

* Interview with Ray Tomlinson on Creeper/Reaper *
It's been several weeks since Ray Tomlinson, best known for the invention of email, passed on. Email, however, represents only a very small portion of his work and contributions. While writing a research paper on possible new methods to reduce and eradicate malware, I came across a bit of (...)
[OSNews]

Hacker claims he helped Enrique Peña Nieto win Mexican presidential election
Andrés Sepúlveda said he and other hackers installed malware to monitor opponents during 2012 campaign as part of ‘black propaganda’ operation A digital dark arts campaign by mercenary hackers helped Enrique Peña Nieto win Mexico’s 2012 presidential election, according to an imprisoned Colombian (...)
[The Guardian]

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