If you take a closer look at phishing URLs for a while, you are able to identify them at a glance. There are typical patterns in phishing URLs which appear repeatedly. Those cases, in which certain patterns can be observed are generally well-suited to see use in machine learning. Here, you can learn more about how well machine learning works in this use case.
IT security and Android may not be mutually exclusive in 2018. Google has already laid the groundwork and wants to deliver important updates faster to users so as to waste no time closing security holes. The spectre of a mobile catastrophe is growing. Worldwide around 74 percent use a smartphone with an Android operating system (source: Statcounter). G DATA security experts also see the current malware numbers as pointing to an increased threat. In the first quarter alone, analysts discovered 846,916 new Android malware samples. Around 12 percent more than in the first quarter of the previous year.
It just so happens that the Star Wars saga (at least Episode IV-VI) is a textbook example of how not to handle what is basically a data breach. The Empire is, to put it mildly, woefully unaware of how data security works, resulting in less than ideal reactions in responding to the breach.
Security services from USA and UK warn about current attacks of the Russian government on routers, firewalls and intrusion detection systems of companies and public authorities. Successful attacks on the "heart of the network" may have versatile effects and endanger the whole IT ecosystem of affected nations. Those who believe this representation, may think that Russia is starting a cyber war. But, what are the accusations about?
The last few weeks have seen quite the outrage about the abuse of personal data harvested from Facebook by Cambridge Analytica (CA). There were also some serious errors in communication. A comment by Tim Berghoff
The number of new malware types continued rising. The high numbers of the first half year were not achieved. CoinMiners have made it into the Top 10 of prevented attacks during the second half of 2017.
There are many aspects of Meltdown and Spectre that have an unpleasant aftertaste. One of these is the sale of a multi-million dollar Intel stock package shortly before the vulnerabilities in Intel's processors became publicly known.
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