Massive Stealthy Malvertising Campaign Uncovered

A stealthy malvertising campaign has been flying under the radar for the last few months, targeting millions of readers visiting popular and mainstream news sites. The campaign is notable for stealth bordering on paranoia from the threat group, probably AdGholas.

A stealthy malvertising campaign has been flying under the radar for the last few months, targeting millions of readers visiting popular and mainstream news sites. The campaign is notable for stealth bordering on paranoia from the threat group, probably AdGholas.

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Hackers Can Exploit Roundcube Flaw by Sending an Email

Researchers discovered that the open source webmail software Roundcube is affected by a critical vulnerability that can be used to execute arbitrary commands on the system simply by sending an email.

Researchers discovered that the open source webmail software Roundcube is affected by a critical vulnerability that can be used to execute arbitrary commands on the system simply by sending an email.

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Prison For Hacker Who Stole Scripts And Nudes From Celebs

Last December, Alonzo Knowles struck a deal to sell some 19 scripts he had “acquired” to make a fast $75,000. His buyer turned out to be an undercover agent, and he’s now looking at five years in prison.

Last December, Alonzo Knowles struck a deal to sell some 19 scripts he had “acquired” to make a fast $75,000. His buyer turned out to be an undercover agent, and he’s now looking at five years in prison.

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Security Think Tank: Communication is key to cyber security in digital era

In our digital era, organisations are becoming increasingly vulnerable to attack, with new points of entry opening up from email to cloud environments, from mobility to applications, from the payment gateway to the datacentre, and many more.

In our digital era, organisations are becoming increasingly vulnerable to attack, with new points of entry opening up from email to cloud environments, from mobility to applications, from the payment gateway to the datacentre, and many more. In fact, with technology becoming so crucial to how we do business, every business is becoming a “digital business”.

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Windows 10 Creators Update Brings New Security Capabilities

Microsoft Introduces New Enterprise Security Capabilities With Windows 10 Creators Update

Microsoft announced on Tuesday that the Windows 10 Creators Update, which it plans on releasing free of charge next spring, will include several new security capabilities designed to help IT teams protect their networks and devices.

Microsoft Introduces New Enterprise Security Capabilities With Windows 10 Creators Update

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Locky Variant Osiris Distributed via Excel Documents

The infamous Locky ransomware has once again switched to a new extension to append to encrypted files, but reverted to malicious Office documents for distribution, security researchers have discovered.

The latest Locky variant is appending the .osiris extension to encrypted files, marking a switch from the Norse mythology to Egyptian mythology.

The infamous Locky ransomware has once again switched to a new extension to append to encrypted files, but reverted to malicious Office documents for distribution, security researchers have discovered.

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Cybersecurity and Donald Trump: Where Do We Go From Here?

(InfosecIsland) – Given the unforeseen results of the 2016 US Presidential election, it is hard to predict the future, particularly in sorting out campaign promises from policy intent.

(InfosecIsland) – Given the unforeseen results of the 2016 US Presidential election, it is hard to predict the future, particularly in sorting out campaign promises from policy intent.

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HDDCryptor Ransomware Variant Used in San Francisco Rail System Attack

News broke last week of a ransomware attack targeting the San Francisco Municipal Transport Authority (SFMTA, or ‘Muni’), and security researchers have now taken a closer look at the malware used.

News broke last week of a ransomware attack targeting the San Francisco Municipal Transport Authority (SFMTA, or ‘Muni’), and security researchers have now taken a closer look at the malware used.

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Dailymotion breach prompts calls for password alternatives

A breach at French video sharing website Dailymotion that exposed more than 87.5 million user accounts has prompted fresh calls for an alternative to passwords.

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A breach at French video sharing website Dailymotion that exposed more than 87.5 million user accounts has prompted fresh calls for an alternative to passwords.

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One Direction Star Liam Payne’s Profile Plastered With Porn After Facebook Hack

One Direction burst onto the music scene by proving that there was still a place for “clean cut, wholesome, whiter-than-white, middle class parent friendly pop” on the airwaves, according to The Daily Telegraph‘s Neil McCormick.

One Direction burst onto the music scene by proving that there was still a place for “clean cut, wholesome, whiter-than-white, middle class parent friendly pop” on the airwaves, according to The Daily Telegraph’s Neil McCormick. It raises a considerable number of eyebrows, then, when one of the lads’ Facebook pages starts serving up pornographic images.

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