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  1. Twitter fixes vulnerability in its Android app that could have exposed DMs (0 Replies)
  2. Google Updates Ad Policies to Counter Influence Campaigns, Extortion (0 Replies)
  3. China Is the First Surveillance Superpower (0 Replies)
  4. U.S. Government Says It’s Building A ‘Virtually Unhackable’ Quantum Internet (0 Replies)
  5. 'BootHole' Flaw Allows Installation of Stealthy Malware, Affects Billions of Devices (1 Reply)
  6. Beware Of This Internet Cat’s Meow—It Destroys Databases (0 Replies)
  7. A vigilante is sabotaging the Emotet botnet by replacing malware payloads with GIFs (0 Replies)
  8. Twitter hack could have been aided by more than 1,000 employees (0 Replies)
  9. Ransomware Adopts a Game-Changing Blackmail Model for Information Theft (0 Replies)
  10. Lazarus Group Surfaces with Advanced Malware Framework (0 Replies)
  11. Emotet Returns in Malspam Attacks Dropping TrickBot, QakBot (0 Replies)
  12. Russian man convicted of hacking into three Bay Area tech firms (0 Replies)
  13. Creation of Middle East Cybersecurity by ARAMCO and Raytheon gets EU nod (0 Replies)
  14. Microsoft Office 365 users targeted in SurveyMonkey phishing (0 Replies)
  15. Breached Data Indexer ‘Data Viper’ Hacked (0 Replies)
  16. Warning: New version of “Joker” spyware hiding in Google Play applications (0 Replies)
  17. Malware stashed in China-mandated software is more extensive than thought (0 Replies)
  18. This device keeps Alexa and other voice assistants from snooping on you (0 Replies)
  19. Malware stashed in China-mandated software is more extensive than thought (0 Replies)
  20. Google Moves to Secure the Cloud From Itself (0 Replies)