Monthly Archives: May 2014

Nice Recording eXpress lawful intercept solution is flawed

Researchers at SEC Consult Vulnerability Lab discovered that Nice Recording eXpress lawful intercept software contains numerous flaws, including a…

Spotify Android app hacked, change password and Upgrade it

Spotify company is investigating unauthorized access to its systems and internal company data. Android users urge to…

Unrecom phishing campaign hit high-profile entities globally

Security Experts at Fidelis Cyber Security firm have recently discovered a new phishing campaign using the Unrecom…

Nemanja, a botnet of thousand POSs, Grocery Management and Accounting Systems

Experts at Intelligence firm IntelCrawler have detected a new botnet dubbed Nemanja composed by compromised POS terminals, accounting systems and grocery…

FBI is officially looking for malware development

The FBI (Federal Bureau of Investigation) has issued a solicitation for malware development confirming the use of…

Remote code injection in Microsoft, Yahoo and Orange subdomains

Security researcher Ebrahim Hegazy has identified a remote code injection vulnerability affecting several subdomains of Microsoft, Yahoo,…

Al-Qaeda is developing new Encryption tools in response to NSA surveillance

Recorded Future published a report to show that members of Al-Qaeda are developing a series of new encryption software…

Hackers have stolen files on Ukraine crisis from Belgian Foreign Ministry

Unknown hackers have stolen files on the Ukraine crisis from the Belgian Foreign Ministry, causing the crackdown…

Federal Trade Commission – Watch out to Health and Fitness Apps

The Federal Trade Commission debated on the privacy ramifications of consumer generated and controlled health data, following…

Heartbleed one month later, at least 300k servers are still vulnerable

Security researcher Robert Graham published the results of recent global scan searching for Heartbleed vulnerable systems. 300k systems are still vulnerable…

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