Monthly Archives: June 2012

Latest Hacker Dump Looks Like Comcast, AT&T Data


June 27, 2012 By
The Vigilant Application Owner

CNET – (International) Latest hacker dump looks like Comcast, AT&T data. A group of hackers posted to the Web June 27 data that appears to include Comcast employee names, ages and salaries, as well as e-mails and passwords associated with AT&T VoIP service accounts. Proclaiming the kickoff of “#WikiBoatWednesday … when all the members from […]

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RSA SecurID Cracked, Experts Access Cryptographic Keys In 13 Minutes


June 26, 2012 By
The Vigilant Application Owner

Softpedia – (International) RSA SecurID cracked, experts access cryptographic keys in 13 minutes. Researchers released the results of a study which demonstrates that flaws present in many of the popular security devices, such as the RSA’s SecureID 800, can be leveraged to obtain the cryptographic keys. In a paper titled “Efficient padding oracle attacks on […]

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Nexus Pro and Nexus OSS 2.0.6 Now Available: Stability and Security Fixes


By
Tim O'Brien

We’re pleased to announce the availability of Nexus Professional 2.0.6. This is our sixth update to Nexus 2.0 since February, and this release includes a number of important bug fixes. Nexus Professional Issue #4372 – Nexus running in ‘/’ breaks licensing redirection Nexus Professional Issue #4374 – “upload a license file” link doesn’t work in […]

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Researchers beat up Google’s Bouncer


June 25, 2012 By
The Vigilant Application Owner

Dark Reading – (International) Researchers beat up Google’s Bouncer. Two security researchers from security firm Trustwave submitted increasingly malicious versions of an Android application to Google Play, Dark Reading reported June 25. Each variant of the application was scanned by Bouncer, Google’s security-checking application, and it failed to flag them as malicious, the researchers plan […]

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Malware-as-a-service Simplifies Launching Cyber-attacks


June 22, 2012 By
The Vigilant Application Owner

PC Magazine – (International) Malware-as-a-service simplifies launching cyber-attacks. Enterprising criminals are offering tools for crafting malicious campaigns, malware hosting, and command and control infrastructure as software-as-aservice, a research engineer at AlienVault said June 22. Called Capfire4, the service provides cyber-criminals who may not have the technical know-how all the necessary skills and knowledge needed to […]

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Cisco Closes Holes In Its VPN Client And Security Appliances


June 21, 2012 By
The Vigilant Application Owner

H Security – (International) Cisco closes holes in its VPN client and security appliances. Network equipment manufacturer Cisco warned its customers of multiple security vulnerabilities in its next-generation VPN client that can be exploited by an attacker to inject and execute malicious code. Affected products include the AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client, along with Cisco Secure […]

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