Monthly Archives: August 2016

FBI flash alert says foreign hackers compromised state election systems

The FBI issued a “flash” alert to election officials across the country confirming that foreign hackers have…

Apple fixed Zero-Day flaws exploited by nation-state spyware

Apple issued emergency iOS updates to patch three Zero-Days exploited by a government spyware in an high-sophisticated…

Cybersecurity Ventures 2016 Cybercrime Report – Hackerpocalypse: A Cybercrime Revelation

Hackerpocalypse: A Cybercrime Revelation FROM THE EDITORS AT CYBERSECURITY VENTURES 2016 Cybercrime Report Steve Morgan, Editor-In-Chief This…

vBulletin vulnerabilities exposed more than 27 million users’ records

Security vulnerabilities in the vBulletin platform have exposed more than 27 million accounts, many of them belonging…

Linux.Rex.1, a new Linux Trojan the creates a P2P Botnet

Security researchers discovered a new Linux Trojan dubbed Linux.Rex.1 that is capable of self-spreading and create a…

3D models based on Facebook images can fool facial recognition systems

A group of researchers demonstrated that a number of existing facial recognition systems can be fooled by…

The US DoE has awarded $34 million in funding to secure the power grid

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has awarded $34 million in funding to projects aimed at the…

Emails among dumps published by Wikileaks includes 300+ malware

A malware researcher has analyzed the attachments of in the WikiLeaks email dumps and discovered more than…

Snowden: NSA Equation Group hack may be a Russian warning

According to the popular whistleblower Edward Snowden the hack of the NSA Equation Group may be a…

Oracle MICROS hackers breached five more PoS system vendors

Hackers that breached Oracle MICROS systems have infected systems of other five PoS vendors that supply hundreds…

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