Researchers from security firm Kaspersky have found more than 30 fraudulent websites claiming to offer free downloads of the last Star Wars film, which opened on 19 December, but actually harvesting users' credit card data while they register for the expected free download of the film.
RMIT University student Tracy Tam won the top prize in the inaugural cyber security competition which the university held in collaboration with Russian security firm Kaspersky.
A well-known advanced persistent threat known as Platinum has been found to be using a new Windows backdoor, named Platinum by researchers at security outfit Kaspersky, and taking aim at targets mainly in South and South-East Asia. No current campaigns by this backdoor were detected.
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