• Dozens of Chinese Held in Kenya ‘Cyber Bust’ Dozens

    At the beginning of the month, the Kenyan Police located 77 Chinese nationals operating a cyber crime network and a command center in the country’s capital, Nairobi. According to police reports, the equipment recovered from the incident are sophisticated, high-end telecommunication gadgets. The equipment can infiltrate bank accounts, ATM machines, and Kenya’s Mesa system. Mpesa […]

  • Google adds (some) malware and phishing info to Transparency Report

    A posting from Naked Security about Google: Google has expanded its Transparency Report data to include stats from their ‘Safe Browsing’ system, which keeps tabs on where malware and phishing sites are hosted. The data is a little short on definition, but it does give some interesting insights into which hosting providers are doing the […]

  • Taking a closer look at the Glazunov exploit kit

    A posting from Naked Security  on Glazunov exploit kit: The one I have chosen has been quite active of late, and has a few interesting characteristics I wanted to highlight. As it happens, I do not actually know its “official” name (as in the name assigned by the author), but it was originallychristened Glazunov by another researcher tracking […]

  • US law enforcers want to see a kill switch on our mobile phones

    A posting from Naked Security on mobile phones: US law enforcers are demanding a kill switch on our smartphones that would theoretically brick them after they’re stolen. New York’s top prosecutor, State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, together with San Francisco District Attorney George Gascón, put out a statement on Thursday about the launch of an […]

  • Blackberry releases first security fixes for new Z10 smartphone

    A posting from Naked Security onBlackberry releases first security fixes for new Z10 smartphone: Blackberry released two security bulletins yesterday, fixing flaws in its software for the Blackberry Playbook and Blackberry Z10 smartphone. BSRT-2013-005 affects both the Z10 and the Playbook and fixes vulnerabilities in the bundled Adobe Flash Player. This raises an important question in […]

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100,000+ WordPress Sites Compromised by SoakSoak

Google has blacklisted over 11,000 domains with this latest malware campaign from SoakSoak.ru. This morning a massive malware campaign was initiated targeting WordPress websites. The campaign has been tagged SoakSoak because of the domain users are being redirected too. Details on this payload can be found on the Sucuri.net Blog. There are various threads and […]

SECURITY ADVISORY – A10 Networks – #CVE-2014-8730 #CVE-2014-8730

SECURITY ADVISORY – A10 Networks – #CVE-2014-8730 #CVE-2014-8730

CTF365.com Website Hacked and User Information dumped on Pastebin

CTF365.com Website Hacked and Usernames and Passwords dumped on Pastebin

PATCH Critical MS14-066 ASAP People!

PATCH Critical MS14-066 ASAP People!

Cyber Monday Security & Safety Tips

Cyber Monday Security & Safety Tips

Over 800,000 U.S. Postal Employee Service Records Hacked

Over 800,000 U.S. Postal Employee Service Records Hacked

WireLurker Malware Infects Mac OS X and iOS Devices

Researchers at Palo Alto Networks recently uncovered a new family of malware called WireLurker, which targets both Mac OS X computers and Apple iOS mobile devices.

Vulnerability Leaves iPhones and iPads open to Fake App Attack

Vulnerability leaves iPhones and iPads

Super Cookies, able to Stomp on your Privacy in a Single Bound

Most of us know about cookie being used to track what websites or searches you have been performing in order to give us web based ads on top or off to the side of your web browsers. This has been going on for a long time and has become a norm for most search engines and others that make their living off of advertising.

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