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Bkav's mask beats Face ID on iPhone X

Hackers say they broke Apple's Face ID. Here's why we're not convinced - Ars Technica

Thousand-dollar iPhone X's Face ID wrecked by '$150 3D-printed mask' - The Register

This $150 mask beat Face ID on the iPhone X - The Verge

A researcher claims to have unlocked an iPhone X by defeating Face ID with a custom $150 mask - Business Insider

Vietnamese researcher shows iPhone X face ID 'hack' - Reuters

Face ID iPhone X 'hack' demoed live with mask by Bkav - BBC

Bkav detects a critical vulnerability in Viber

Warning over bug in Android Viber chat appBBC

Critical app flaw bypasses screen lock on up to 100 million Android phonesArs Technica

Viber Exploit Lets Hackers Unlock Your Android PhonePCMag

Bkav releases a fix for new lock screen flaw on Samsung and Sony phones

Temporary fixes released for Samsung Android lock-screen glitchComputerWorld

Bkav Finds Fix for Latest Galaxy S III Lockscreen Security FlawSoftPedia

Samsung Lock Screen Bypass Has Dueling Third-Party SolutionsPCMag

Bkav Resolves Xperia Z's Lockscreen Bypass Issue - SoftPedia

Sony Xperia Z Security Flaw Fixed Ahead of UpdateTech Investor News

Bkav detects the origin of the DDoS attack targeting USA and Korea

Computer attack may not have originated in North Korea after allUSAToday

UK, Not North Korea, Source of DDOS Attacks, Researcher SaysPCWorld

Source of Cyber Attacks Originated From BritainKoreatimes

Researchers: Attacks on U.S., Korea sites came from U.K.CNET

Master Control Server for Mydoom DDoS Botnet Tracked to UKSoftPedia

Experts: Cyberstrikes originated from Britain, not North KoreaThe Guardian

Cyber Attack or Media Hack Link TV

Bkav detects a critical vulnerability in Google Chrome after a few days rolled out

Google issues first patches for ChromeComputerWorld

Yet Another Chrome Security FlawSoftPedia

Bkav detects vulnerabilities in update file and Launch function of Adobe products

Trojan poses as Adobe update utilityThe Register

New malware overwrites software updatersComputerWorld

Malware Takes Over Windows, Adobe UpdatersDarkReading

Adobe PDF Security Issue Still Exploitable, Researchers SayeWeek

Adobe fails to fully fix PDF bugComputerWorld

Adobe auto-launch peril not fully purged, researcher saysThe Register

Researchers find hole in Adobe fixZDNet

Black Hat conference: Bkav publishes the vulnerability in face recognition technology deployed in laptops around the world

Laptop face-recognition tech easy to hack, warns Black Hat researcherComputerWorld

Vietnamese security firm: Your face is easy to fakeCNET

Laptop facial recognition defeated by PhotoshopThe Register

Researchers Hack Faces In Biometric Facial Authentication SystemsDarkReading

Bkav's report about Conficker: Over 1.1 million computers still infected.

Conficker worm might originate in ChinaCNET

Conficker.c infects small number of U.S. PCs, IBM says - ComputerWorld

Is Conficker Finally History?PCWorld

Conficker zombie botnet drops to 3.5 millionThe Register