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What Would Scammers Want With My Information?
January 17, 2013
at 1:20 am
Gelo Abendan (Technical Communications)
How Bad is Badlock (CVE-2016-0128/CVE-2016-2118)?
ATM Malware on the Rise
Mobile Devices Used to Execute DNS Malware Against Home Routers
Indian Military Personnel Targeted by “Operation C-Major” Information Theft Campaign
Massive Malvertising Campaign in US Leads to Angler Exploit Kit/BEDEP
Locky Ransomware Spreads via Flash and Windows Kernel Exploits
New FAREIT Strain Abuses PowerShell
A Lesson on Patching: The Rise of SAMSAM Crypto-Ransomware
Looking Into a Cyber-Attack Facilitator in the Netherlands
SpyEye Creator Sentenced to 9 Years in Federal Prison
Cybercrime Across the Globe: What Makes Each Market Unique?
This interactive map shows how diverse the cybercriminal underground economy is, with different markets that are as unique as the country or region that it caters to.
Business Email Compromise
A sophisticated scam has been targeting businesses that work with foreign partners, costing US victims $750M since 2013.
How do BEC scams work?
Data Protection Mishap Leaves 55M Philippine Voters at Risk
PETYA Crypto-ransomware Overwrites MBR to Lock Users Out of Their Computers
CERBER: Crypto-ransomware that Speaks, Sold in Russian Underground
New Crypto-Ransomware JIGSAW Plays Nasty Games
A Look Into Adobe Flash Player CVE-2016-1019 Zero-Day Attack
Not even churches are safe from #databreaches:
about 5 hours ago
#Google releases its 2nd annual #Android #security report:
about 9 hours ago
New post: Locky Ransomware Spreads Via Flash and Windows Kernel Exploits
about 13 hours ago
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