Monthly Archives: November 2016

Personal data of 134,000 United States Navy sailors leaked

Personal Data belonging to 134,386 United States Navy current and former sailors were leaked. NCIS and HPE…

ESET Crysis decryptor to rescue files encrypted by the Crysis ransomware

ESET security firm has included master decryption keys into a decryption tool that allows rescuing the encrypted…

CryptoLuck Ransomware spread through the RIG-E Exploit Kit

CryptoLuck ransomware is a new strain of malware discovered by the researcher Kafeine, that is being distributed…

Experts spotted a secret backdoor in Android phones that sends data to China

Experts at Kryptowire discovered a mobile phone firmware that transmitted personally identifiable information without user consent due to a…

Telecrypt ransomware abuses Telegram Messenger’s communication protocol

Telecrypt ransomware is a new malware that abuses the instant messaging service Telegram for command and control…

CVE-2016-7165 Privilege Escalation flaw affects many Siemens solutions

Siemens released security updates and temporary fixes to fix a privilege escalation flaw, tracked CVE-2016-7165, that affects…

Bypassing Two-Factor Authentication on Outlook Web Access

Enterprises running Exchange Server using two-factor authentication on Outlook Web Access (OWA) could be hacked due to…

Malware used to spy Iran’s nuclear negotiations in Geneva

Switzerland’s attorney general has confirmed to have investigated the presence of spyware in a venue that also…

Critical DOM XSS flaw on Wix.com put million websites at risk

A DOM-based cross-site scripting vulnerability in the cloud-based development platform Wix.com put million websites at risk. The…

Google discloses Windows zero-day that has been exploited in the wild

Google has disclosed a Windows zero-day vulnerability after 7-day deadline it gives vendors when the flaw is…

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