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Russian 'Fancy Bear' Hackers Using (Unpatched) Microsoft Office DDE Exploit

Cybercriminals, including state-sponsored hackers, have started actively exploiting a newly discovered Microsoft Office vulnerability that Microsoft does not consider as a security issue and has already denied to patch it. Last month, we reported how hackers could leverage a built-in feature of Microsoft Office feature, called Dynamic Data Exchange (DDE), to perform code execution on the …

Datum: 9. 11. 2017

Hacker Distributes Backdoored IoT Vulnerability Scanning Script to Hack Script Kiddies

Nothing is free in this world. If you are searching for free hacking tools on the Internet, then beware—most freely available tools, claiming to be the swiss army knife for hackers, are nothing but a hoax. For example, Cobian RAT and a Facebook hacking tool that we previously reported on The Hacker News actually could hack, but of the one who uses them and not the one you desire to hack. …

Datum: 9. 11. 2017

Oh, Crap! Someone Accidentally Triggered A Flaw That Locked Up $280 Million In Ethereum

Horrible news for some Ethereum users. About $300 million worth of Ether—the cryptocurrency unit that has become one of the most popular and increasingly valuable cryptocurrencies—from dozens of Ethereum wallets was permanently locked up today. Smart contract coding startup Parity Technologies, which is behind the popular Ethereum Parity Wallet, announced earlier today that its "multisignature" …

Datum: 8. 11. 2017

Newly Uncovered 'SowBug' Cyber-Espionage Group Stealing Diplomatic Secrets Since 2015

A previously unknown hacking and cyber-espionage group that has been in operation since at least 2015 have conducted a series of highly targeted attacks against a host of government organizations in South America and Southeast Asia to steal their sensitive data. Codenamed Sowbug, the hacking group has been exposed by Symantec security researchers, who spotted the group conducting clandestine …

Datum: 7. 11. 2017

Built-in Keylogger Found in MantisTek GK2 Keyboards—Sends Data to China

"The right keyboard can make all the difference between a victory and a defeat in a video game battlefield." If you are a gamer, you can relate to the above quote. But what if your winning weapon betrays you? The popular 104-key Mantistek GK2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard that costs around €49.66 has allegedly been caught silently recording everything you type on your keyboard and sending them …

Datum: 7. 11. 2017

IEEE P1735 Encryption Is Broken—Flaws Allow Intellectual Property Theft

Researchers have uncovered several major weaknesses in the implementation of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) P1735 cryptography standard that can be exploited to unlock, modify or steal encrypted system-on-chip blueprints. The IEEE P1735 scheme was designed to encrypt electronic-design intellectual property (IP) in the hardware and software so that chip designers …

Datum: 7. 11. 2017

Learn Ethereum Development – Build Decentralized Blockchain Apps

As of today — 1 Bitcoin = $7300 USD (Approx 471,000 INR) At the beginning of this year, 1 Bitcoin was approximately equal to $1000, and now it has surged to a new height, marking its market capitalization at over $124 billion. Is it really too late to invest in Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies like Ethereum? For those wondering if they have missed the money-making boat, the answer is—NO, …

Datum: 6. 11. 2017

The Rise of Super-Stealthy Digitally Signed Malware—Thanks to the Dark Web

Guess what's more expensive than counterfeit United States passports, stolen credit cards and even guns on the dark web? It's digital code signing certificates. A recent study conducted by the Cyber Security Research Institute (CSRI) this week revealed that stolen digital code-signing certificates are readily available for anyone to purchase on the dark web for up to $1,200. As you may know …

Datum: 6. 11. 2017

Warning: Critical Tor Browser Vulnerability Leaks Users’ Real IP Address—Update Now

If you follow us on Twitter, you must be aware that since yesterday we have been warning Mac and Linux users of the Tor anonymity browser about a critical vulnerability that could leak their real IP addresses to potential attackers when they visit certain types of web pages. Discovered by Italian security researcher Filippo Cavallarin, the vulnerability resides in FireFox that eventually also …

Datum: 4. 11. 2017

Fake WhatsApp On Google Play Store Downloaded By Over 1 Million Android Users

Cybercriminals are known to take advantage of everything that's popular among people in order to spread malware, and Google's official Play Store has always proved no less than an excellent place for hackers to get their job done. Yesterday some users spotted a fake version of the most popular WhatsApp messaging app for Android on the official Google Play Store that has already tricked more …

Datum: 4. 11. 2017

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