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Malware: The Gift That Keeps on Giving

USB was game changing when it was introduced in the late 90’s. The ability to plug a new device into your computer, without needing to shut it down first changed our lives forever. Today, we take this for granted, and are constantly attaching and removing devices without a second thought – but you should be […]

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OneLogin suffers data breach, again

OneLogin, a popular single sign-on service that allows users to access thousands of popular cloud-based apps with just one password, has suffered what seems to be a serious data breach. According to a short blog post by the company’s Chief Information Security Officer Alvaro Hoyos, they discovered the breach when, on Wednesday, they detected unauthorized […]

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Fireball malware infected 250 million computers worldwide

Check Point researchers discovered a high volume Chinese threat operation which has infected over 250 million computers worldwide. The installed malware, named Fireball, takes over target web browsers, turning them into zombies. Fireball has two main functionalities: one is the ability to run any code on victims’ computers and downloading any file or malware; the […]

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Insecure Backend Databases Blamed for Leaking 43TB of App Data

Insecure backend databases and mobile apps are making for a dangerous combination, exposing an estimated 280 million records that include a treasure-trove of private user data. According to a report by Appthority, more than 1,000 apps it looked at on mobile devices leaked personally identifiable information that included passwords, location, VPN PINs, emails and phone […]

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Crowdfunding Effort to Buy ShadowBrokers Exploits Shuts Down

Heeding the advice of attorneys, law enforcement and peers in the security industry, a crowdfunding campaign that spun up to purchase the next batch of ShadowBrokers leaks has been squashed. The group announced this week more details on its impending Dump of the Month Service in which it promises to leak additional exploits and stolen […]

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