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Over 199,500 Websites Are Still Vulnerable to Heartbleed OpenSSL Bug

It's more than two and half years since the discovery of the critical OpenSSL Heartbleed vulnerability, but the flaw is still alive as it appears that many organizations did not remediate properly to the serious security glitch. It was one of the biggest flaws in the Internet's history that affected the core security of as many as two-thirds of the world's servers i.e. half a million servers at …

Datum: 23. 1. 2017

Source Code for another Android Banking Malware Leaked

Another bad news for Android users — Source code for another Android banking malware has been leaked online via an underground hacking forum. This newly discovered banking Trojan is designed to steal money from bank accounts of Android devices' owners by gaining administrator privileges on their smartphones. Apparently, it will attract the attention of many cyber criminals who can recompile …

Datum: 23. 1. 2017

Russian Hacker behind 'NeverQuest' Malware, Wanted by FBI, Is Arrested in Spain

A Russian computer hacker wanted by the FBI on hacking allegations was arrested and jailed in Spain earlier this week, while a decision on his extradition to the United States has yet to be made. The Guardia Civil, Spanish law enforcement agency officers, have detained 32-year-old Stanislav Lisov at Barcelona–El Prat Airport based on an international arrest warrant issued by Interpol at the …

Datum: 22. 1. 2017

Lavabit — Encrypted Email Service Once Used by Snowden, Is Back

Texas-based Encrypted Email Service 'Lavabit,' that was forced to shut down in 2013 after not complying with a court order demanding access to SSL keys to snoop on Edward Snowden's emails, is relaunching on Friday. Lavabit CEO Ladar Levison had custody of the service's SSL encryption key that could have helped the government obtain Snowden's password. Although the FBI insisted it was only …

Datum: 21. 1. 2017

How A Bug Hunter Forced Apple to Completely Remove A Newly Launched Feature

Recently Apple released a new Feature for iPhone and iPad users, but it was so buggy that the company had no option other than rolling back the feature completely. In November, Apple introduced a new App Store feature, dubbed "Notify" button — a bright orange button that users can click if they want to be alerted via iCloud Mail when any game or app becomes available on the App Store. …

Datum: 20. 1. 2017

Billion-Dollar Hacker Gang Now Using Google Services to Control Its Banking Malware

Carbanak – One of the most successful cybercriminal gangs ever that's known for the theft of one billion dollars from over 100 banks across 30 countries back in 2015 – is back with a BANG! The Carbanak cyber gang has been found abusing various Google services to issue command and control (C&C) communications for monitoring and controlling the machines of unsuspecting malware victims. !-- …

Datum: 20. 1. 2017

THN Deal — Become A Certified Ethical Hacker With This Online Training Course

Hacking is not a trivial process, but it does not take too long to learn. If you want to learn Ethical Hacking and Penetration testing, you are at right place. We frequently receive emails from our readers on how to learn hacking, how to become an ethical hacker, how to break into computers, how to penetrate networks like a professional, how to secure computer systems and networks, and so on. …

Datum: 19. 1. 2017

You Can Crash Anyone's iPhone Or iPad With A Simple Emoji Text Message

A newly discovered bug in Apple's iOS mobile operating system is being exploited in a prank that lets anyone crash your iPhone or iPad by just sending an emoji-filled iMessage, according to several reports. YouTube star EverythingApplePro published a video highlighting a sequence of characters that temporarily freeze and restart an iPhone, which people can send to their iPhone buddies to …

Datum: 19. 1. 2017

Newly Discovered Mac Malware with Ancient Code Spying on Biotech Firms

Security researchers have discovered a rare piece of Mac-based espionage malware that relies on outdated coding practices but has been used in some previous real-world attacks to spy on biomedical research center computers. Dubbed Fruitfly, the malware has remained undetected for years on macOS systems despite using unsophisticated and "antiquated code." Infosec firm Malwarebytes discovered …

Datum: 19. 1. 2017

Smile! Hackers Can Remotely Access Your Samsung SmartCam Security Cameras

It's not necessary to break into your computer or smartphone to spy on you. Today all devices in our home are becoming more connected to networks than ever to make our lives easy. But what's worrisome is that these connected devices can be turned against us, anytime, due to lack of stringent security measures and insecure encryption mechanisms implemented in these Internet of Things (IoTs) …

Datum: 18. 1. 2017

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