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Kodi users beware: Bizarre new cyber-attack lets hackers gain control of your TV through SUBTITLES
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If you use a Kodi box to watch films and programmes, you may want to steer away from any subtitled options.

Security experts have warned of a new cyber-attack that is delivered when movie subtitles are loaded by the user’s media player.

Because subtitles are treated as unsuspicious by anti-virus software, an estimated 200 million players have been left vulnerable to the attack. Read more

How to keep your money safe from cyberattackers
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The WannaCry ransomware attacks have spread like wildfire across the globe. As White House officials try to pinpoint where the attacks on hundreds of thousands of computers in 150 different countries stemmed from, and how to get locked data released, consumers are left wondering if their most important data is safe. Read more

NHS WannaCry cyber attacks WERE carried out by North Korea-linked hackers called The Lazarus Group, tech sleuths claim
North Korean leader Kim Jong-un looks at the latest combat and technical equipment, made by unit 1501 of the Korean People's Army, during his visit to the unit

Tech experts find smoking gun indicating hack attacks were committed by a organisation linked to Kim Jong-un’s secretive nation

THE NHS hack attack was committed by a group of hackers previously suspected of links to North Korea, experts have discovered. Read more

Boy, 11, hacks cyber-security audience to give lesson on ‘weaponisation’ of toys
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Reuben Paul, 11, tells conference that smart cars, fridges, lights and even teddy bears can be used to spy on or harm people

An 11-year-old “cyber ninja” has stunned an audience of security experts by hacking into their Bluetooth devices to manipulate a robotic teddy bear, showing in the process how interconnected smart toys “can be weaponised”. Read more