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Exploit for recently patched Java flaw added to CrimeBoss exploit kit

By VAO on April 25, 2013 News

The popular CrimeBoss exploit kit was updated to include a Java exploit that was recently patched to allow the exploit kit to target unpatched systems.

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Underground software suffers from copy and paste

By VAO on April 02, 2013 News

Buggy DIY botnet tool leaks in black market. A new botnet generation tool being sold for $10,000 was observed by a researcher on underground markets. However,

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Here phishy phishy, 8 in 10 companies suffered web-borne attacks.

By VAO on April 02, 2013 News

A survey conducted by Webroot found that 80 percent of companies experienced at least one variety of Web-borne attacks in 2012, and that phishing was the most

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Android hit again by malware

By VAO on March 19, 2013 News

Android users hit by evolved NotCompatible malware attack. A new version of the NotCompatible malware for Android has been found by researchers, peaking at

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Do you know if you have been hacked?

By VAO on March 19, 2013 News

It takes a company 243 days to discover a sophisticated attack, study shows. A report by Mandiant focusing on advanced persistent threats (APTs) outlined

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Not a match made in heaven, Zoosk asks users to reset passwords following mass leak.

By VAO on March 13, 2013 News

The online dating Web site Zoosk asked some users to change their passwords after a large password dump was posted online containing Zoosk passwords, among

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HP, CERT warn of critical hole in LaserJet printers

By VAO on March 13, 2013 News

HP and DHS’s Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT) warned that some LaserJet printers manufactured by Hewlett-Packard (HP) have a security vulnerability that

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Miniduke malware linked to Java and IE 8

By VAO on March 13, 2013 News

Researchers found that the Miniduke cyber espionage campaign used exploits for Java and Internet Explorer (IS) 8 to infect target computers.

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Hacker Steals $12,000 Worth Of Bitcoins In Brazen DNS-Based Attack

By VAO on March 08, 2013 News

A Bitcoin brokerage, Bitinstant was hit by hackers who used a bit of social engineering to take control of the company’s DNS servers and ultimately funnel out

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