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Jul 04, 2019
Chipmaker Broadcom is in talks to buy cybersecurity company Symantec: ReportA deal would expand Broadcom's push into software a year after its $18.9 billion deal to buy US business software company CA Inc
Jul 03, 2019
Anti-virus firms like Symantec, Malwarebytes now flag China's surveillance malwareMultiple cybersecurity companies have updated their products after the malware file was shared on Github.
Sep 26, 2018
Cryptomining malware grows by an alarming 86 percent in Q2 2018 reveals McAfeeAlthough less common than ransomware, cryptomining malware has quickly emerged as a major threat.
Aug 28, 2018
Most Indian parents are posting photos of their children online without consentMumbai has the most parents posting a picture of their child on social media at least once per day.
Jul 03, 2018
Using AI in financial fraud detection can help banks save unnecessary lossesAI is already causing massive upheaval in the banking and financial services industry.
Jun 28, 2018
An average of five cryptojacking threats were seen every second in Q1 FY18: ReportThe coin miner malware grew a stunning 629 percent to 2.9 million in the first quarter of 2018.
May 25, 2018
US tech firms will have to disclose if they allow American adversaries to examine source codes of software sold to the US militaryIf passed into law, the legislation would require companies that do business with the US military to disclose any source code review of the software done by adversaries
Apr 26, 2018
Operation GhostSecret is the latest global cyber attack operation being carried out by North Korea in 17 countries says McAfee reportOperation GhostSecret has similar signatures, which shows the high profile nature of the North Korean hackers according to McAfee.
Feb 27, 2018
McAfee extends partnership with Samsung to protect Galaxy S9, Note 8 and more from cyberthreatsSamsung's Galaxy S9 and Note 8 devices will come pre-installed with anti-malware protection by McAfee "VirusScan"
Jan 26, 2018
Major global technology providers have allowed Russian authorities to hunt for vulnerabilities in software widely used across the US governmentThe practice potentially jeopardizes the security of computer networks in at least a dozen federal agencies, U.S. lawmakers and security experts said.