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K7 Computing Presenting Twice at AVAR 2017

K7 Computing Presenting Twice at AVAR 2017
It is with pride that we announce that two K7 researchers will be presenting at the AVAR 2017 international security conference to be held in Beijing, CHINA next week. Raja Babu Annamalai (Research Team Lead, K7 Threat Control Lab) and Georgelin Manuel(Software Developer, K7 Engineering) will be presenting their research work at the prestigious 20thchapter of the Anti-Virus Asia Researchers (AVAR) conference on malware antibodies and the use of machine learning algorithms for malware detection. Since 1998, AVAR has been playing a significant role in curbing the spread of viruses worldwid...
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Do Not Panic! – K7 Computing demystifies the “Android Banking Trojan”

Do Not Panic! – K7 Computing demystifies the “Android Banking Trojan”
K7 Threat Control Lab has provided a threat advisory on the recently reported ‘Android Banking Trojan’, which incidentally is not as recent as it is presumed to be. A storm in a tea cup indeed. The ‘Android Banking Trojan’ also referred as Bankbots, targeting banking applications is nothing new.  It has been seen in the mobile malware world for quite some time now. K7 Threat Control Lab has also emphasized that none of the banking apps that have been named are compromised, nor are they at some super high risk. However it is strongly advised that users ensure that a robust and up-to-date ...
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K7 Products are Compatible with Meltdown & Spectre Patches!

K7 Products are Compatible with Meltdown & Spectre Patches!
K7 Products: 2018 has begun with panic in media and security circles about serious microprocessor vulnerabilities exploited by Proof-of-Concept code nicknamed “Meltdown” and “Spectre”. These hardware vulnerabilities are present in the chips manufactured by Intel, AMD and ARM, thereby affecting the vast majority of Windows, Mac, Android and Linux devices. These vulnerabilities have three CVE numbers: CVE Number Description CVE-2017-5715 Branch Target Injection; exploited by Spectre CVE-2017-5753 Bounds Check Bypass’ exploited by Spectre CVE-2017-5754 Rogue Data C...
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Cybersecurity Jobs & Opportunities

Cybersecurity Jobs & Opportunities
The global cybersecurity job market is expected to grow many times with the market that grows from USD 137.85 billion in 2017 to USD 231.94 billion by 2022. The major forces driving the growth of the cybersecurity market are strict data protection directives and cyber terrorism. Internet of Things (IoT) and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) trends, and increased deployment of web and cloud-based business applications are further fueling this growth. In India, Nasscom Cyber Security Task Force estimate that the revenue from cybersecurity will skyrocket to $35 billion by 2025, with more than 1000 ...
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