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  1. [AVAST]Mark your calendars and meet the Avast Business team at these great industry events
  2. [FireEye]APT37 (Reaper): The Overlooked North Korean Actor
  3. [Eset]Cybercrime weighs most heavily on financial service firms
  4. [Sophos]Facebook to verify election ad buyers by snail mail
  5. [AVAST]AntiTrack Premium stops trackers in their tracks
  6. [Sophos]Apple fixes that “1 character to crash your Mac and iPhone” bug
  7. [FireEye]APT37 (Reaper): The Overlooked North Korean Actor
  8. [SecList]A Slice of 2017 Sofacy Activity
  9. [Sophos]Broadband network plagued by wheezy old cryptomining gadget
  10. [Sophos]Facebook told to stop tracking users that aren’t logged in
  11. [kreb]Money Laundering Via Author Impersonation on Amazon?
  12. [Sophos]Google drops new Edge zero-day as Microsoft misses 90-day deadline
  13. [AVAST]Certified security for Windows and Mac
  14. [MMPC]How a national cybersecurity agency can help avoid a national cybersecurity quagmire
  15. [Eset]Millions bagged in two bank cyber-heists
  16. [Sophos]Broadband network plagued by wheezy old cryptomining gadget
  17. [kreb]IRS Scam Leverages Hacked Tax Preparers, Client Bank Accounts
  18. [Eset]US forms dedicated office to help avert cyberattacks on infrastructure
  19. [Sophos]US and UK condemn Russia for NotPetya worm attack
  20. [Sophos]US and UK condemn Russia for NotPetya
  21. [Sophos]Hackers sentenced for SQL injections that cost $300 million
  22. [Sophos]Monday review – the hot 19 stories of the week
  23. [AVAST]Two true — and telling — tales about cryptomining from this week
  24. [AVAST]Mark your calendars and meet the Avast Business team at these great industry events
  25. [Sophos]Telegram IM security flaw – what you see is NOT always what you get
  26. [Sophos]Google’s big plans for email will give it even more power
  27. [Eset]US forms dedicated office to help avert cyberattacks at infrastructure
  28. [Sophos]Why Chrome’s ad filter isn’t an adblocker
  29. [Sophos]Facebook accused of spamming 2FA phone numbers
  30. [AVAST]The essential guide to VPNs: What they are and how they work
  31. [FireEye]CVE-2017-10271 Used to Deliver CryptoMiners: An Overview of Techniques Used Post-Exploitation and Pre-Mining
  32. [FireEye]CVE-2017-10271 Used to Deliver CryptoMiners: An Overview of Techniques Used Post-Exploitation and Pre-Mining
  33. [kreb]New EU Privacy Law May Weaken Security
  34. [Sophos]Coinmining frenzy is making it hard for us to find aliens
  35. [Eset]Concerns about data breaches hitting all-time high
  36. [Trend]Vulnerabilities in Apache CouchDB Open the Door to Monero Miners
  37. [Sophos]Joke dating site matches people based on their passwords
  38. [SecList]Spam and phishing in 2017
  39. [chantal11]Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17101 via Windows Update – canal Rapide
  40. [Eset]Android ransomware in 2017: Innovative infiltration and rougher extortion
  41. [Sophos]Coinming frenzy is making it hard for us to find aliens
  42. [chantal11]Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17101 via Windows Update – canal Rapide
  43. [Sophos]Watch our ads or we’ll use your CPU for cryptomining
  44. [Trend]February Patch Tuesday Is a Bouquet of Fixes for Privilege Escalation Vulnerabilities
  45. [Sophos]Watch our ads or we’ll use your CPU for cryptomining
  46. [Trend]Deciphering Confucius’ Cyberespionage Operations
  47. [Trend]New AndroRAT Exploits Dated Permanent Rooting Vulnerability, Allows Privilege Escalation
  48. [Sophos]Cryptojacking: the crooks get the money, but you pay the bill [PODCAST]
  49. [Trend]Attack Using Windows Installer msiexec.exe leads to LokiBot
  50. [Sophos]When crooks mine cryptocoins, but you pay [Naked Security Podcast 1]