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Revamped HawkEye Keylogger Swoops in on Coronavirus Fears threatpost.com/revamped-hawkeye-keylogger-coronavirus-fears/154013/ Theres a new variant of the HawkEye keylogging malware making the rounds, featuring expanded info-stealing capabilities. Its operators are looking to capture the zeitgeist around the novel coronavirus. Its being distributed using spam that purports to be an alert from the Director-General of the World Health […]

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[ZDNet] The state of ransomware: national emergencies and million-dollar blackmail

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[TheRecord] PRC says FCC decision to pull China Telecom license was ‘based on suspicion,’ not facts

China said the U.S. decision last month to revoke the China Telecom Americas operating license was misguided and based on ‘suspicion,’ not any specific facts. The Federal Communications Commission voted unanimously to revoke the Chinese telecom giant’s operating license on Oct. 26, citing national security concerns. “The American subsidiary of China Telecom has been operating […]

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