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'Ransomware-as-a-service' discovered on the darknet
New malware ‘Tox’ lets would-be hackers create their own ransomware at will Would-be cybercriminals who lack the technological prowess to actually hack into their targets computers themselves can now overcome that hurdle, thanks to a new “ransomware-as-a-service” tool discovered on the darknet by (...)
[The Guardian]

Malware is not only about viruses – companies preinstall it all the time
Since I started free software in the 80s, developers have grown to routinely mistreat users by shackling behaviour and snooping – but we have ways to resist In 1983, when I started the free software movement, malware was so rare that each case was shocking and scandalous. Now it’s normal. To be (...)
[The Guardian]

Is mobile malware a lot of fuss over nothing?
New report from Verizon suggests smartphone malware is mostly ‘adnoyance’ – real dangers are still in desktop Mobile malware may be widespread, but it’s unlikely to be the source of disastrous data breaches such as the Sony hack any time soon, according to international telecoms firm Verizon. “We (...)
[The Guardian]

'Mystique-like' malware killed off
Polymorphic malware that changes its identity up to 19 times a day to avoid detection while taking control of users' computers has been deactivated.
[BBC]

'Mystique-like' malware killed off
Polymorphic malware that changes its identity up to 19 times a day to avoid detection while taking control of users' computers has been deactivated.
[BBC News]

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