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High-Tech Bridge is referring to the threat as 'RansomWeb' because it involves encrypting databases and holding websites for ransom.
The Dell SecureWorks Counter Threat Unit first noticed the ZeroAccess botnet reactivating from March 21, 2014, to July 2, 2014.
A new Zeus trojan variant is targeting a number of banks in Canada, including Bank of Montreal, Royal Bank of Canada, and National Bank of Canada.
Qualys has identified a buffer overflow vulnerability in the Linux GNU C Library that, if exploited, could enable an attacker to remotely take complete control of a victim's system.
In the Worldwide Infrastructure Security Report by Arbor Networks, 38 percent of respondents said that they have experienced more than 21 attacks per month.
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