Skimmer acts as payment service provider via rogue iframe

Credit to Author: Jérôme Segura| Date: Tue, 21 May 2019 15:38:42 +0000

Even e-commerce sites that do not take payment information themselves can be abused by crooks. In this post, we show how a web skimmer is able to inject an artificial iframe into the checkout page to prompt users for their credit card information. Victims will only realize something’s not right when they are redirected to the real (and external) payment form.

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A week in security (May 13 – 19)

Credit to Author: Malwarebytes Labs| Date: Mon, 20 May 2019 15:57:29 +0000

A roundup of security news from May 13–19, including ransomware attacks on the upswing, website hacking, pseudo-VPNs, bloatware, and more.

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This Week in Security News: Medical Malware and Monitor Hacks

Credit to Author: Jon Clay (Global Threat Communications)| Date: Thu, 18 Apr 2019 13:00:42 +0000

Welcome to our weekly roundup, where we share what you need to know about the cybersecurity news and events that happened over the past few days. This week, learn how baby monitors may be susceptible to hacking. Also, learn about a medical flaw that enables hackers to hide malware. Read on: Is Your Baby Monitor…

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Hackers snab emails and more in Microsoft Outlook, Hotmail, and MSN compromise

Credit to Author: Christopher Boyd| Date: Tue, 16 Apr 2019 15:30:20 +0000

Hackers made use of a compromised Microsoft support agent’s credentials to sneak a peek at its users’ Hotmail, MSN, and Outlook emails. How bad is it, and what has Microsoft done to correct it?

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A week in security (March 25 – 31)

Credit to Author: Malwarebytes Labs| Date: Mon, 01 Apr 2019 08:24:19 +0000

A roundup of news stories from March 25 – 31, including phishing, hacking, Government studies, mobile dangers on official stores and more.

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Are hackers gonna hack anymore? Not if we keep reusing passwords

Credit to Author: Kacy Zurkus| Date: Thu, 21 Mar 2019 15:00:00 +0000

A look at the not-so-hacking hacker techniques attackers are using to compromise user accounts via weak passwords and gain access to enterprise networks.

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Spectre, Google, and the Universal Read Gadget

Credit to Author: Christopher Boyd| Date: Fri, 01 Mar 2019 16:43:37 +0000

A recently released paper by Google has resurrected the spirit of Spectre, a seemingly never-ending threat to most makes of processor. We take a look at what this means, and what the Universal Read Gadget means for most technology users.

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Hacker destroys VFEmail service, wipes backups

Credit to Author: Christopher Boyd| Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2019 16:56:00 +0000

A hacker managed to compromise, and entirely destroy, a popular email service and all of its backups. What happened?

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Throwback Thursday: Pick a card, any card …

Credit to Author: Sharky| Date: Thu, 07 Feb 2019 03:00:00 -0800

This conglomerate is structured as several smaller companies, with a big central IT organization plus individual IT groups in some of the companies, reports an IT pilot fish there.

“An IT staffer from one of the companies loaded a password cracker and proceeded to crack the Windows NT servers,” fish says. “He sent out emails bragging about how insecure NT was and giving the NT team a hard time.”

Fish isn’t on the NT team, but he and his security co-workers decide to strike back on behalf of their colleagues — and they do it through the central IT audit group, to make sure it’s all above board.

First, they supply the audit people with a list of more than 100 Unix servers, and get them to pick a server at random. Amazingly, the audit group picks the only server on the list that belongs to the company where the NT attack originated.

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Collection 1 data breach: what you need to know

Credit to Author: Malwarebytes Labs| Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2019 18:33:40 +0000

In what’s being dubbed one of the largest data dumps in history, Collection 1 contains the data of over 770 million people. But is it really as bad as it sounds? We take a closer look and let users know what to do if their info is caught up in the mix.

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Ways to Improve Your Data Center Cybersecurity That Most People Don’t Think of Until It’s Too Late

Credit to Author: Steven Carlini| Date: Wed, 16 Jan 2019 16:00:00 +0000

It’s been well publicized that Microsoft fends off more than 7 trillion cyberthreats per day, and allocates over $1 billion each year to cybersecurity for its cloud data centers. While… Read more »

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