Symantec API Flaws reportedly let attackers steal Private SSL Keys and Certificates A security researcher has disclosed critical issues in the processes and third-party API used by Symantec certificate resellers to deliver and manage Symantec SSL certificates. The flaw, discovered by Chris Byrne, an information security consultant an…… Phishing campaigns target airline consumers seeking business credentials A series of phishing campaigns is targeting airline consumers with messages crafted to trick victims into handing over personal or business credentials. A wave string of phishing campaigns is targeting airline consumers with messages crafted to trick victims into handing over personal or business […]

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Cybersecurity Pros Brace for Non-Malware Attacks Today’s IT security experts are wary about much more than dangerous viruses and other malware, finds a new survey from Carbon Black…. Cerber Ransomware Tries to Evade Machine Learning Security The Cerber ransomware is using new evasion techniques designed elude machine learning security solutions, and has been observed being dropped onto compromised systems alongside the Kovter click-fraud Trojan. read more… Wikileaks dump second part of CIA dump Wikileaks has recently published the code named Vault 7 containing details on the work of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). On March 23, they published the second […]

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Apple being blackmailed by hackers: iPhone accounts under threat of deletion With recent threats from hackers of attacking all iPhone accounts, Apple users are under a grey cloud. The blackmailers demanded that the US-based Technology Corporation pay them $75 million in cryptocurrency by 7th April 2017 to avoid the Read more … 3,000 Industrial Plants Per Year Infected with Malware A piece of crimeware posing as legitimate Siemens PLC software has been in circulation for four years by an unknown attack group attempting to infect industrial networks mainly in the US. The backd… Tweeted by @ResponSight https://twitter…. Businesses leave gaping […]

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IRS data for employees of $1.2 billion San Mateo software firm stolen in fake CEO phishing attack Its not a letter anyone wants to receive: your employer telling you a data thief has stolen your Social Security number and other highly sensitive information by pretending to be your CEO. But thats what hundreds of employees of San Mateo software firm Coupa recently received…. Number of hacked websites up by 32% from 2016: Google The news comes amid growing concerns over cybersecurity in the wake of massive hacks affecting Yahoo…. What modern cyber attacks actually look like Sometimes, your data protection […]

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This laptop-bricking USB stick just got even more dangerous When plugged in, this weaponized USB stick can destroy laptops, kiosks, ATMs, cars, and more. How to remove ransomware: Use this battle plan to fight back Ransomware doesnt sneak into your PC like ordinary malware. It bursts in, points a gun at your data, and screams for cashor else. And if you dont learn to defend yourself, it could happen again and again. Armed gangs of digital thieves roaming the information superhighway sounds like an……. Why does Russia outsource its hacking? 9news.com – Almost all nations engage in some type of […]

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