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Google Play Removes 22 Malicious ‘LightsOut’ Apps From Marketplace

Google removed 22 malicious adware apps ranging from flashlights, call recorders to wifi signal boosters that together were downloaded up to 7.5 million times from the Google Play marketplace.   This post was originally published on https://threatpost.com/feed/. https://blacklakesecurity.com/google-play-removes-22-malicious-lightsout-apps-from-marketplace/

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Four misconceptions around compensating controls

As the New Year celebrations come to a close, the deadline to become compliant with the EU’s new consumer protection regulation GDPR is creeping closer. With this new law coming into effect in late May, businesses around the world are running out of time to prepare or else risk facing reputation and financial ruin. The […]

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What can we expect from January’s Patch Tuesday?

You know how sometimes you look at the weekend forecast on Thursday morning and you see that it will be sunny until early next week and then you look out the window to see it is pitch black and hailing? My forecast was going to predict some OS updates that included the fixes for the […]

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What’s next in IT outsourcing? 6 trends to watch

As more companies consider service providers as an extension of their own enterprise, an increasing number are choosing to outsource business functions to trusted partners, especially when it comes to information technology. Here are six trends that will come to the forefront over the coming year, including a growing emphasis on partnerships and a heightened […]

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Intel issues updates to protect systems from Spectre and Meltdown

Intel has developed and is rapidly issuing updates for all types of Intel-based computer systems – including personal computers and servers – that render those systems immune from both exploits (referred to as Spectre and Meltdown) reported by Google Project Zero. Intel has already issued updates for the majority of processor products introduced within the […]

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