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Android vulnerability discovered affecting devices running version 1.6 and later

Android vulnerability discovered affecting devices running version 1.6 and later

A doozy of an Android bug has been discovered by Bluebox Security's Bluebox Labs, one that affects all Android releases since 1.6 Donut. With the vulnerability, malicious coders can create a trojan application to serve whatever purpose they'd like, whether to steal a user's information or take over control of the device. More information will be given at Black Hat USA 2013 in a keynote speech.

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Chinese hackers steal US advanced weapons blueprints according to report

Chinese hackers steal US advanced weapons blueprints according to report

It seems you can't go a day without hearing a new report about hackers, whether they're of the annoying Twitter-hijacking variety or the more troublesome DDoSing type. Some, however, are more insidious, including the Iranian hackers who are actively attacking the United States' energy industry. Now a leaked government document shows that Chinese hackers have accessed designs for some of the nation's most advanced weapons.

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US energy industry under cyberattack by Iranian hackers

US energy industry under cyberattack by Iranian hackers

Unnamed United Stated officials, both current and former, spoke with the folks at the Wall Street Journal, revealing that hackers backed by the Iranian government have ramped up cyberattacks against the US, specifically zeroing in on the control systems that manage the energy industry. Unlike the Chinese hackers who have infiltrated various US companies, the intent behind the Iranian hackers appears to be sabotage.

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