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Threatpost RSA Conference 2018 Preview Threatpost's Tom Spring and Lindsey O'Donnell talk about the top security trends that they are watching out for at the 2018 RSA Conference this week in San Francisco.
Calls For Regulation Build After Facebook Privacy Fallout Political actors and privacy activists are calling for more regulations on data privacy after Facebook's data security scandal.
New ‘Early Bird’ Code Injection Technique Helps APT33 Evade Detection Researchers have identified what they are calling an Early Bird code injection technique used by the Iranian group APT33 to burrow the TurnedUp malware inside infected systems while evading anti-malware tools.
AMD Rolls Out Spectre Fixes AMD notified users about new available Spectre CPU firmware and Windows 10 patches.

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Adaptable, All-in-One Android Trojan Shows the Future of Malware

GPlayed may be the new face of malware -- flexible and adaptable, with a Swiss Army knife-like toolbox that can be used to target pretty much anyone.

Fake Adobe Flash Updates Hide Malicious Crypto Miners

A fake Adobe update actually updates victims' Flash - but also installs malicious cryptomining malware.

Calif. Law Takes Aim at Weak IoT Passwords

Concerns over data privacy and security push California to roll out the first legislation on connected devices.

FruityArmor APT Exploits Yet Another Windows Graphics Kernel Flaw

This is the second local privilege-escalation zero-day this APT group has exploited.

Innovative Phishing Tactic Makes Inroads Using Azure Blob

A brand-new approach to harvesting credentials hinges on users' lack of cloud savvy.

Four Critical Flaws Patched in Adobe Digital Edition

Adobe Digital Edition has four critical bugs enabling arbitrary code execution.

Podcast: Key Takeaways For DevOps in BSIMM9

From supply chain to orchestration tools, here are the new trends that DevOps should pay attention to in this year's BSIMM report.

Microsoft Patches Zero-Day Under Active Attack by APT

A zero-day vulnerability tied to the Window’s Win32k component is under active attack, warns Microsoft.

New Ninth-Gen Intel CPUs Shield Against Some Spectre, Meltdown Variants

New Intel Coffee Lake CPUs offer hardware-based protections against some -but not all- Spectre and Meltdown variants.

Slideshow: Intel from Virus Bulletin 2018

This year's Virus Bulletin conference featured top-tier research from some of the world's best threat intelligence experts.