Latest malware publications

SingTel and FireEye to launch cyber security centres in Sydney and Singapore

Telco giant SingTel and US cyber security firm FireEye have raised $50mn to launch two security operations centres (SOCs) in Singapore and Sydney as part of a partnership between the companies which will deliver managed security services. It is estimated that 150 security professionals will be employed across the two sites, including malware experts and… Read More

Android Fake ID flaw leaves smartphones and tablets vulnerable to attacks

A bug in millions of Android devices has been discovered that allows attackers to imitate existing applications, control settings and access the user’s credit card details. Bluebox, which identified the bug, explained that all versions of Android from 2.1 to 4.4 were affected, including models from HTC, Sharp, Sony Ericsson and Motorola. Researchers called for… Read More

ISPs to take GCHQ to court over suspected attacks on international infrastructure

Seven multi-national internet providers are to take legal action against the UK government’s monitoring post, GCHQ, following reports that the organisation has attacked and exploited network infrastructure for ‘mass surveillance.’ This is the first time that GCHQ has faced any such action and stems from complaints about articles published earlier in 2014 in Der Spiegel. The… Read More