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What ‘WikiGate’ Is Teaching Us about Leaks

The public disclosure of 77,000 documents describing the war in Afghanistan in unsettling detail ...
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Cybercrime in Russia: Comments from the United States Embassy in Moscow

Recent law enforcement activity against a couple of high profile Russian cyber criminals reminds us ...
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Cyber Security Education Gaining Momentum

Cyber security awareness continues to gain interest in every industry and market. With the dramatic ...
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QR Codes: A Recipe for a Mobile Malware Tsunami

Example of a QR code. Scan this and you'll be taken to...? QR codes are another way to connect ...
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October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month

This October marks the seventh annual National Cyber Security Awareness Month. The effort comes to ...
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The More Things Change…

Cyber Criminals Don't Limit Themselves to Just One Area of Fraud Cyveillance has monitored the ...
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Clamping Down on American Companies That Assist Cybercrime

The National Institute of Standards and Technology recently released a request for comment from the ...
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A Closer Look at AV Detection Lag-times

The recent report from Cyveillance regarding AV detection lag-time rates has sparked some ...
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The Safety of Popular Hosting Environments (or Lack Thereof)

If you don't mow the lawn often enough, you may find unwelcome guests in your yard. Image courtesy ...
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Counterfeit Goods Online

Cyveillance has fought for many years against the seemingly endless barrage of counterfeit goods ...