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Positively Fanatical: AWS re:Invent – Palo Alto Networks Blog

Positively Fanatical: AWS re:Invent - Palo Alto Networks Blog

We’re coming into our fourth year participating in AWS re:Invent and from what we hear, this year there will nearly 60,000 AWS fans looking to hear about the latest and greatest features and services that will enable more rapid and efficient cloud adoption. If you’ve never been to re:Invent, it ...

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Remember Those Leaked NSA Tools? Hackers Are Still Using Them To Hijack Computers


It’s not a hidden fact that NSA is probably the most capable creator of hacking tools that can penetrate different computing platforms and sniff useful information. Last year, things took a surprising turn when NSA’s powerful hacking tools were leaked online. Since that leak, those tools and exploits are being ...

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TA18-331A: 3ve – Major Online Ad Fraud Operation

Original release date: November 27, 2018 Systems Affected Microsoft Windows Overview This joint Technical Alert (TA) is the result of analytic efforts between the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). DHS and FBI are releasing this TA to provide information about a major online ad fraud ...

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