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Mirai, the botnet that threatened the Internet as we knew it last year with record-setting denial-of-service attacks, is facing an existential threat of its own: A competing botnet known as Hajime has infected at least 10,000 home routers, network-connected cameras, and other so-called Internet of Things devices.
On Tuesday, Facebook kicked off its annual F8 developer conference with a keynote address. CEO Mark Zuckerberg and others on his executive team made a bunch of announcements aimed at developers, but the implications for Facebook’s users was pretty clear. The apps that billions of us use daily—Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, Instagram—are going to be getting new camera tricks, new augmented reality capabilities, and more bots. So many bots!
Last November, a systems engineer at a large company was evaluating security software products when he discovered something suspicious.
UAE-based cyber security firm DarkMatter prepares for multi-faceted participation in Hack in the Box Security Conference
DarkMatter, the international cyber security firm headquartered in the UAE, today announced its participation at the upcoming Hack in the Box (HiTB) Security Conference. Taking place from 10-14 April, 2017 at the NH Grand Krasnapolsky in Amsterdam, DarkMatter will use its presence at this leading computer security conference to showcase its latest offerings in the areas of Cryptographic analysis, Cryptanalysis – in particular side channel analysis, systems vulnerabilities research and penetration testing. DarkMatter will also use this platform to attract top international talent.