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    • Canada tackles malicious online advertising July 20, 2018
      Federal agency issues Notices of Violation to Datablocks and Sunlight Media for allegedly facilitating the installation of malware through online advertising The post Canada tackles malicious online advertising appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Gabrielle Ladouceur Despins
    • Google slapped with €4.34bn fine by EU over antitrust violations July 19, 2018
      Tech giant has 90 days to comply with ruling or faces further penalties over ‘anti-competitive’ practices The post Google slapped with €4.34bn fine by EU over antitrust violations appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Shane Curtis
    • British Airways cancelled flights at Heathrow after ‘IT system issue’ July 19, 2018
      Thousands of British Airways passengers left stranded at Heathrow airport following incident The post British Airways cancelled flights at Heathrow after ‘IT system issue’ appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Veronika Gallisova
    • A deep dive down the Vermin RAThole July 17, 2018
      ESET researchers have analyzed remote access tools cybercriminals have been using in an ongoing espionage campaign to systematically spy on Ukrainian government institutions and exfiltrate data from their systems The post A deep dive down the Vermin RAThole appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Kaspars Osis
    • Irishman extradited to the US to face charges relating to Silk Road July 16, 2018
      Gary Davis accused of working as an administrator for the notorious dark web marketplace appears in a federal court in New York The post Irishman extradited to the US to face charges relating to Silk Road appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Shane Curtis
    • Facebook fined over data privacy scandal July 12, 2018
      Social media giant fined in the UK for failing to protect users’ personal information and for a lack of transparency The post Facebook fined over data privacy scandal appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Shane Curtis
    • Trends 2018: Doing time for cybercrime July 12, 2018
      Law enforcement and malware research join forces to take down cybercriminals The post Trends 2018: Doing time for cybercrime appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Alexis Dorais-Joncas
    • Ammyy Admin compromised with malware again; World Cup used as cover July 11, 2018
      Website altered to serve a malware-tainted version of otherwise legitimate software with the global event in Russia acting as a smokescreen The post Ammyy Admin compromised with malware again; World Cup used as cover appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Ondrej Kubovič
    • Polar Flow app exposes geolocation data of soldiers and secret agents July 11, 2018
      Reminiscent of the recent controversy surrounding the fitness-tracking app Strava, the tale involving Polar Flow shows how the sharing of seemingly innocuous – but potentially telltale – data can have significant privacy implications The post Polar Flow app exposes geolocation data of soldiers and secret agents appeared first on WeLiveSecurity
      Tomáš Foltýn