A new report on the global threats posed by cyber attacks has found that the prevalence of mobile malware remained steady from the fourth quarter 2016 to the first quarter of this year, with about 20% of organisations detecting the malware.
Creating backdoors in software so that governments can snoop on users is the worst possible thing to do from a security point of view, according to Jeff Hudson, the head of US security firm Venafi.
Akamai's security operation has warned that it has detected the use of the Shellshock security flaw to co-opt systems into botnets that are then used for DDoS attacks.
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