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UK homes lose internet access after cyber-attack
TalkTalk and the Post Office among firms affected by Mirai worm malware More than 100,000 people in the UK have had their internet access cut after a string of service providers were hit by what is believed to be a coordinated cyber-attack, taking the number affected in Europe up to about a (...)
[The Guardian]

TalkTalk and Post Office routers hit by cyber-attack
Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers affected by a malware attack.
[BBC News]

TalkTalk and Post Office routers hit by cyber-attack
Thousands of TalkTalk and Post Office broadband customers affected by a malware attack.
[BBC]

Malware is making ATMs 'spit cash'
A Russian cybersecurity company warns of a spate of remotely coordinated attacks on cash machines.
[BBC News]

Malware is making ATMs 'spit cash'
A Russian cybersecurity company warns of a spate of remotely coordinated attacks on cash machines.
[BBC]

Network traffic visualization tool will help thwart cyber attacks
Researchers have used a new tool to visualize DDoS attacks and malware distribution networks.
[Science daily]

New tool detects malicious websites before they cause harm
Malicious websites promoting scams, distributing malware and collecting phished credentials pervade the web. As quickly as we block or blacklist them, criminals set up new domain names to support their activities. Now a research team has developed a technique to make it more difficult to (...)
[Science daily]

Study Finds “Lurking Malice” in Cloud Hosting Services
A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised – with several hundred of the “buckets” actively providing malware. Such bad content could be challenging to find, however, because it can be rapidly assembled (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Study Finds “Lurking Malice” in Cloud Hosting Services
A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised – with several hundred of the “buckets” actively providing malware. Such bad content could be challenging to find, however, because it can be rapidly assembled (...)
[WebWire Computer software]

Study Finds “Lurking Malice” in Cloud Hosting Services
A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised – with several hundred of the “buckets” actively providing malware. Such bad content could be challenging to find, however, because it can be rapidly assembled (...)
[WebWire Electronic Internet commerce]

Study Finds “Lurking Malice” in Cloud Hosting Services
A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised – with several hundred of the “buckets” actively providing malware. Such bad content could be challenging to find, however, because it can be rapidly assembled (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

'Lurking malice' in cloud hosting services, study finds
A study of 20 major cloud hosting services has found that as many as 10 percent of the repositories hosted by them had been compromised -- with several hundred of the "buckets" actively providing malware. Such bad content could be challenging to find, however, because it can be rapidly (...)
[Science daily]

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