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Mysterious malware campaign targets just 13 iPhones in India
An application-warping malware campaign in India is aimed at just 13 iPhones in what Cisco's researchers are calling a “highly targeted” operation.
Russian-linked VPNFilter malware is even worse than originally thought, new research suggests
A malware framework that's already infected hundreds of thousands of routers across the globe — particularly in Ukraine — appears to be even more dangerous than originally thought, according to new findings by Cisco Talos.
'TeleGrab' malware again shows how hackers can evade encryption to read private messages
Talos says the malware "should be considered a wake up call to encrypted messaging systems users."
How enterprises can deal with the influx of IoT devices
Cisco Talos's Matt Watchinski on how enterprises can deal with the risk IoT devices bring to their networks.
Amid ongoing geopolitical tension, researchers find Pakistan-linked hacking aimed at India
As well-crafted hacking tools become more ubiquitous, long simmering rivalries between developing nations take on a new dimension: cyber espionage runs rampant.
Nation-state hackers hit Cisco switches
Hackers, some of them backed by a nation-state, have attacked Cisco switches in multiple countries, the tech giant’s cyber-threat intelligence division has revealed. Some of these attacks “are believed to be associated with nation-state actors, such as those described” in a recent Department of Homeland Security report that said Russian government hackers were targeting multiple U.S. industries, Cisco said.