Monthly Archives: September 2015

Naikon APT Group backed by the Chinese PLA Unit 78020

According a new report the popular Naikon APT group is actually backed by the China’s PLA Unit…

OPM stolen data includes 5.6 Million Fingerprints

According to the a statement by OPM Press Secretary Sam Schumach on Background Investigations Incident OPM breach included 5.6 Million Fingerprints….

Malvertising campaign targeted the Forbes Website, million users at risks

Security researchers at FireEye have uncovered a new malvertising campaign that exploited the popular Forbes.com news website….

D-Link firmware accidentally includes Code Signing Keys

The Taiwanese networking equipment manufacturer D-Link has accidentally published its private code signing keys in the source…

The DUKES APT – 7 years of Russian state sponsored hacking

F-Secure has published an interesting report on the cyber espionage operations conducted by the Dukes APT group,…

Bugzilla CVE-2015-4499 flaw, be aware hackers could know all your bugs

A Critical vulnerability affects Mozilla Bugzilla bug-tracking software could be exploited to access details of non-public vulnerabilities stored in its database….

Hundreds million potential victims of a new advanced malvertising campaign

Experts at MalwareBytes uncovered a massive malvertising campaign, booby-trapped web ads went undetected for weeks leveraging on…

Department of Energy hacked 159 times between 2010 and 2014

According to a review of federal records obtained by USA Today, the US Department of Energy is…

Vodafone Australia has hacked a Fairfax journalist’s phone

The Telecommunications giant Vodafone denies ‘improper behaviour’ after its employee accessed Natalie O’Brien’s phone records to discover…

ISIS hackers violated top secret British Government emails

According to an investigation by the GCHQ intelligence agency ISIS hackers targeted information held by some of…

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