Russian security vendor Kaspersky is testing out a system to use machine learning to detect phishing emails in real time, the company says in a statement, adding that in 2019 its existing anti-phishing system had picked up 467 million attempts to connect to phishing websites.
Researchers at Slovakian security outfit ESET say they have found a sophisticated backdoor used by the well-known group Turla, which has also been called Snake.
A tenth anniversary is a milestone in the life of any piece of software.
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