Microsoft on Thursday took action against what it says is a major Web ad-fraud "botnet," working with law enforcement overseas to cut off communication links to servers considered the mega-brain for an army of zombie computers.
“[theregister.com] Less persistent but more focused targeted attacks hit hundreds Kaspersky Lab has uncovered a new APT campaign aimed at pilfering secrets from governments and supply chain industrial, military, media and technology companies in...”
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“Spear phishing poses threat to industrial control systems CSO September 26, 2013 — CSO — While the energy industry may fear the appearance of another Stuxnet on the systems they use to keep oil and gas flowing and the electric grid powered, an...”
“[theregister.com] Mirror, mirror on the port, is this something I can rort? If you think of an Internet exchange, you probably think of infrastructure that's well-protected, well-managed, and hard to compromise.”