The notorious spyware FinFisher, used to infect mobile phones and computers to place targets under surveillance, has been found in a Sydney data centre.
Will your site be blocked?
The Senate Has Passed The Government’s Site-Blocking Bill; Here’s What You Need To Know
Will it work? Nah, not really. Did it have full bipartisan support? Of course.
Draconian laws for Australian
Senate passes controversial website-blocking laws
Watershed moment for film and TV industry as controversial anti-piracy laws pass.
“Free” Proxies Aren’t Necessarily Free — Krebs on Security
Netflix, Hulu and a host of other content streaming services block non-U.S. users from viewing their content. As a result, many people residing in or travelling outside of the United States seek to circumvent such restrictions by using services that advertise “free” and “open” Web proxies capable of…
Hacked? Get secure now with our help
Hacked? Cyber attacks push security industry to plug weak links
New tools in the war on malicious hackers can curb data theft. But industry says simplest fix is what we already know.
Time to update Chrome again
Google Fixes Handful of Bugs in Chrome | Threatpost | The first stop for security news
Google has patched four security vulnerabilities in its Chrome browser.
I’ve got to try this app
Intel's free remote app lets you control your PC with your Android phone
The new Remote Keyboard app is designed for Intel's NUC and Compute Stick miniature PCs, but should work with any machine running Windows 7 and higher.
Polish Planes Grounded After Alleged Airline Hack, The first stop for security news
Roughly 1,400 passengers were temporarily stranded at Warsaw’s Chopin airport after hackers were purportedly able to modify an entire airline’s flight plans.
More IE exploits
HP Releases Details, Exploit Code for Unpatched IE Flaws | Threatpost | The first stop for…
HP's Zero Day Initiative has disclosed full details of an ASLR bypass in Internet Explorer after Microsoft declined to fix them.
Don’t download anything from Source Forge
A hotbed of malware: Another blow for SourceForge as Google discovers 588 pages with malicious…
The once king of software hosting, SourceForge, has made many enemies for its adware-bundling monetisation strategy, and now Google has flagged parts of its site as malicious