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FBI Arrests A Cyberstalker After Shady "No-Logs" VPN Provider Shared User Logs

FBI recently arrested a psycho cyber stalker with the help of a popular VPN service and this case apparently exposed the company's lies about the "no logs" policy. Taking down cyber stalkers and criminals is definitely a good thing, and the FBI has truly done a great job, but the VPN company whose first line of the privacy policy is—"We Do Not monitor user activity nor do we keep any logs"— …

Datum: 9. 10. 2017

Disqus Hacked: More than 17.5 Million Users' Details Stolen in 2012 Breach

Another day, Another data breach disclosure. This time the popular commenting system has fallen victim to a massive security breach. Disqus, the company which provides a web-based comment plugin for websites and blogs, has admitted that it was breached 5 years ago in July 2012 and hackers stole details of more than 17.5 million users. The stolen data includes email addresses, usernames, …

Datum: 7. 10. 2017

U.S. Believes Russian Spies Used Kaspersky Antivirus to Steal NSA Secrets

Do you know—United States Government has banned federal agencies from using Kaspersky antivirus software over spying fear? Though there's no solid evidence yet available, an article published by WSJ claims that the Russian state-sponsored hackers stole highly classified NSA documents from a contractor in 2015 with the help of a security program made by Russia-based security firm Kaspersky Lab …

Datum: 6. 10. 2017

Apple Allows Uber to Use a Powerful Feature that Lets it Record iPhone Screen

If you are an iPhone user and use Uber app, you would be surprised to know that widely popular ride-hailing app can record your screen secretly. Security researcher Will Strafach recently revealed that Apple selectively grants (what's known as an "entitlement") Uber a powerful ability to use the newly introduced screen-recording API with intent to improve the performance of the Uber app on …

Datum: 6. 10. 2017

Apple macOS High Sierra Bug Exposes Passwords of Encrypted APFS Volumes As Hint

A severe programming error has been discovered in Apple's latest macOS High Sierra 10.13 that exposes passwords of encrypted Apple File System (APFS) volumes in plain text. Reported by Matheus Mariano, a Brazilian software developer, the vulnerability affects encrypted volumes using APFS wherein the password hint section is showing the actual password in the plain text. Yes, you got that right— …

Datum: 6. 10. 2017

FormBook—Cheap Password Stealing Malware Used In Targeted Attacks

It seems sophisticated hackers have changed the way they conduct targeted cyber operations—instead of investing in zero-days and developing their malware; some hacking groups have now started using ready-made malware just like script kiddies. Possibly, this could be a smart move for state-sponsored hackers to avoid being attributed easily. Security researchers from multiple security firms, …

Datum: 5. 10. 2017

Greek Court Approves US Extradition of BTC-e Operator In $4 Billion Money Laundering Case

A Greek court has approved the U.S. extradition of a 38-year-old Russian national accused of laundering more than $4 billion in bitcoin for culprits involved in hacking attacks, tax fraud and drug trafficking with the help of the now-defunct BTC-e exchange. Alexander Vinnik, an alleged operator of BTC-e—a digital currency exchange service that has been in operation since 2011 but seized by …

Datum: 5. 10. 2017

Apache Tomcat Patches Important Remote Code Execution Flaw

The Apache Tomcat team has recently patched several security vulnerabilities in Apache Tomcat, one of which could allow an unauthorised attacker to execute malicious code on affected servers remotely. Apache Tomcat, developed by the Apache Software Foundation (ASF), is an open source web server and servlet system, which uses several Java EE specifications like Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages ( …

Datum: 5. 10. 2017

Spanish Court Agrees to Extradite Russian Spam King to the United States

Spain's National Court ruled on Tuesday to extradite a 36-year-old Russian computer programmer, accused by American authorities of malicious hacking offences, to the United States, according to a court document. Peter Yuryevich Levashov, also known as Peter Severa, was arrested in April this year when he was travelling with his family to Barcelona, Spain from his home in Russia—a country …

Datum: 5. 10. 2017

It's 3 Billion! Yes, Every Single Yahoo Account Was Hacked In 2013 Data Breach

The largest known hack of user data in the history just got tripled in size. Yahoo, the internet company that's acquired by Verizon this year, now believes the total number of accounts compromised in the August 2013 data breach, which was disclosed in December last year, was not 1 billion—it's 3 Billion. Yes, the record-breaking Yahoo data breach affected every user on its service at the …

Datum: 4. 10. 2017

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