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The Naikon APT

The Naikon APT was one of the most active APTs in Asia. The attackers targeted mainly top-level government agencies and civil and military organizations in countries such as the Philippines, Malaysia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Myanmar, Singapore, Nepal, Thailand, Laos and China. For years they have mined victims, apparently in search of geo-political intelligence. Read Full Article

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IoT Research – Smartbands

One of the big trends in sphere of health and fitness are fitness trackers such as smartbands. Tracking devices and their mobile applications from three leading vendors were inspected in this report to shed some light on the current state of security and privacy of wearable fitness trackers. Read Full Article

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Kaspersky Security Bulletin. Spam in 2014

In 2014, the proportion of spam in email traffic was 66.76%, which is 2.84 percentage points lower than in the previous year. Spam levels have fallen consistently from a peak of 85.2% in 2009. This is due to the fact that adverts for legal goods and services are abandoning spam in favor of more effective legal advertising platforms. Read Full Article

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‘Locked Out’

In this article we look at the evolution of complication of the encryption schemes used by virus writers and the methods they adopt to put pressure on their victims. At the end of the article there is some advice for users which might help them protect important files. Read Full Article