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'Vigilante' worm fights Mirai botnet for control of your devices

A new worm is rapidly spreading across the Internet in search of vulnerable smart home appliances. Curiously, it's believed its author is a vigilante white-hat hacker, aiming to fend off the dangerous Mirai botnet that's coordinating IoT attacks.

Op-Ed: Cloud-based approaches may protect companies from cyberwarfare

The goal of every good company is to keep customers happy and provide the best service possible, while maintaining efficiency and making profit, but in times of “cyberwarfare,” companies and customers alike are feeling uneasy doing business.

Op-Ed: China claims it is the victim of US hacking

Beijing - China's defense ministry, at one of its monthly news conferences, has claimed it has been attacked by US hackers an average of about 96,000 times a month last year. This statement came in response to American allegations of Chinese cyberattacks last week.

Chinese army connected to cyberattacks against US corporations

Shanghai - A recent report by Mandiant, a US-based computer security firm, identifies the Shanghai center of People's Liberation Army Unit 61398 as the origin of a complex series of cyberattacks aimed at companies affiliated with US infrastructure systems.

Op-Ed: Is the White House leaking classified information?

Security leaks are becoming more blatant and revealing more classified information. The leaks are jeopardizing national security. Where are they coming from?

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