Monthly Archives: January 2014

FBI seized Tormail database, it has the access to all users emails

9:30 ET, 31 January 2014 The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) seized the database of Tormail service for its…

More than 350,000 Android devices impacted by bootkit trojan

10:30 ET, 30 January 2014 A particularly clever trojan has been discovered operating as a bootkit on…

Israeli Defense computer hacked via spear phishing attack

9:00 ET, 30 January 2014 Aviv Raff, CTO at Seculert, confirmed that the attackers have penetrated into…

Discovered first Win trojan to serve banking Android malware on mobile

10:00 ET, 29 January 2014 Symantec experts recently came across a Windows malicious code that attempts to…

Spear phishing against Microsoft, exposed law enforcement inquiries

9:00 ET, 28 January 2014 Attackers breached the email accounts of Microsoft staff, probably with a spear…

Arts and crafts retailer Michaels Stores Inc warns over credit card fraud

10:00 ET, 27 January 2014 Michaels Stores Inc., US-based arts-and-crafts retailer, confirmed it is investigating a possible…

Privacy violation: NSA is not the only eavesdropper

11:00 ET, 24 January 2014 Privacy violation: NSA is not the only eavesdropper The hue and cry…

Who is spying Tor on network exit nodes from Russia?

10:00 ET, 24 January 2014 Researchers Winter and Lindskog identified 25 nodes of Tor network that tampered…

Weak passwords, in 2013 it is still a frequent error

12:00 ET, 23 January 2014 SplashData has issued its Annual “25 Worst Passwords of the Year” enumerating…

An increasing number of targeted attacks against the energy sector

10:00 ET, 21 January 2014 Symantec published in the report titled “Targeted Attacks Against the Energy Sector”…

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