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[ZDNet] Ransomware: How the NHS learned the lessons of WannaCry to protect hospitals from attack

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The UK’s National Health Service was a major victim of the WannaCry ransomware attack – but now a focus on patching and backups aims to stop hospitals being disrupted again. Source: Read More (Latest topics for ZDNet in Security)

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[ThreatPost] iPhone Wi-Fi Crushed by Weird Network

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… until you reset network settings and stop connecting to a weirdly named network, that is. FUD is spreading. iOS Wi-Fi demolition is not. Source: Read More (Threatpost)

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[SANS ISC] Architecture, compilers and black magic, or “what else affects the ability of AVs to detect malicious files”, (Wed, Jun 9th)

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In my last diary, we went over the impact of different Base encodings on the ability of anti-malware tools to detect malicious code[1]. Since results of our tests showed (among other things) that AV tools in general still struggle significantly more with detecting 64-bit malicious code then 32-bit malicious code, I thought it might be […]

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