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China clampdown on illegal meat puts $2 billion trade at risk

China has adopted stricter border controls due to swine fever, meaning a big blow to Indian buffalo meat exports.

Kaspersky Lab

Dec 09, 2019, 04.58 AM IST



Kaspersky report: Rise in push notifications being abused by attackers

Browser push notifications were introduced several years ago as a useful tool that kept readers informed with regular updates, but today they are often used to bombard website visitors with unsolicited adverts or even encourage them to download malicious software, Kaspersky said.

Beware! Google Chrome's zero-day vulnerability may put your system credentials at risk

This latest vulnerability, code-named CVE-2019-13720, ...

Beware! North Korean hackers are watching your ATM transactions

Lazarus group, controlled by North Korea's primary intelligence bureau, is be...

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