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1) IBM creates DeepLocker malware powered by AI

Soon we will see a new generation of super malware so powerful to be detected by even the smartest security analysts. The AI model is trained to behave normally unless it is presented with a specific input: the trigger conditions identifying specific victims. The neural network produces the “key” needed to unlock the attack. DeepLocker can leverage several attributes to identify its target, including visual, audio, geolocation and system-level features.”

Source: Security Intelligence

2 / Tesla to open source parts of its software

Tesla CEO Elon Musk told a hacker conference in Las Vegas he plans to “open source” the software Tesla uses to secure autonomous-driving features from hacks or takeovers, eventually allowing other carmakers to use it.

Source: CNBC

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Swapnil Bhartiya
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