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eBay XSRF flaw allows attacker to make unauthorized purchases

10:30 ET, 30 December 2013 EBay website is vulnerable to XSRF (Cross-site request forgery) attack that would allow an attacker to hijack an account and make unauthorized purchases. A new flaw has been discovered in EBay, the vulnerability allows an attacker...

The value of stolen card data that includes localization info

9:30 ET, 27 December 2013 The hackers behind Target data breach are selling stolen card data including localization info. Why? In numerous posts I have highlighted the possibility to acquire stolen card data on the black market, different website on the...

Hackers have compromised a misconfigured cloud server in less than 4h

9:30 ET, 26 December 2013 CloudPassage organized an exercise to demonstrated how it is simple the live server exploitation of cloud environments poorly configured. Cloud computing is considerable one of the paradigms with highest penetration level with mobile and social networking,...

RSA refused claims on NSA Relationship and encryption backdoor

11:30 ET, 24 December 2013 RSA published a blog post to deny the accusation about secret partnership with the National Security Agency and the use of flawed algorithm in its product. A couple of days ago on Internet was spread the...

NSA paid 10M$ to RSA to insert an encryption backdoor in its solution

14:00 ET, 23 December 2013 Last revelation based on the documents leaked by Edward Snowden is related to the allegedly encryption backdoor inserted by RSA in the BSafe software. Is it possible to insert an encryption backdoor in one of most...

Target retailer investigating data breach involving 40M card accounts

9:30 ET, 20 December 2013 US retailer Target is investigating a data breach potentially involving millions of customer credit and debit card data occurred during holiday shopping. Nearly 40 Million credit and debit card accounts belonging to customers of American retailing...

Website traffic report shows an increase of malicious bots activity

10:00 ET, 19 December 2013 Incapula security firm published a new report on the analysis of website traffic evidencing the increment for malicious activities. Researchers at the Incapsula security firm have published a new study on the nature of website traffic,...

Safari browser stores in plain text previous secure session data

12;00 ET, 18 December 2013 Researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered Apple Safari browser stores previous secure session data unencrypted in a hidden folder. Apple’s Safari browser stores session information including authentication credentials used in previous HTTPS sessions to implement the feature...

Cyber security, Questions and Answers with the expert

11:00 ET, 17 December 2013   Interview with the security experts Andrey Komarov and Dan Clements of IntelCrawler to analyze significant evolutions in the cyber-threat landscape. Today I desire to propose an interview with Andrey Komarov, CEO of IntelCrawler and Dan Clements,...

NSA and GCHQ infiltrated virtual online gaming communities

10:00 ET, 16 December 2013 The Guardian published documents that reveal NSA and GCHQ infiltrate gaming platforms and communities including World of Warcraft and Second Life NSA and British  GCHQ are working to infiltrate the virtual world of online games considered as...

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