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Facebook Bug Let Websites Access Private User Data

Facebook Bug Let Websites Access Private User Data

Security researcher at Imperva has indentified a vulnerability within Facebook which could easily allow other websites to extract the private information about users and their contacts. The security researcher who found this vulnerability is Ron Mases, the vulnerability reportedly preyed on the unique cross-origin behavior of iframes, which embeds another …

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Key Gang Member Involved in Telephone Banking Fraud

Key Gang Member Involved in Telephone Banking Fraud

GUJRANWALA: A key member of groups which were involved in telephone banking fraud and were successfully arrested from Hafizabad late Monday night. According to Federal Investigation Agency (FIA) officials, the group was involved in scamming the people and withdrawing millions from over 60 bank accounts in Gujranwala region. The malicious …

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Over 80,000 Facebook User Accounts Hacked

Over 80,000 Facebook User Accounts Hacked

A malicious browser extension might be behind this huge compromise of around 81,000 Facebook accounts which were put on the dark web for sale, according to reports. Those behind this attach has told the BBC Russian Service that they have around 120 million accounts access too, although this has been …

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Stuxnet Returns, Striking Iran with New Variant

Stuxnet Returns, Striking Iran with New Variant

The most critical infrastructure of Iran and its strategic networks were attached with decade old Stuxnet attack according to Reuters. Iran’s head of civil defense agency, Ghulam Raza Jalali, told the reporters that a recent discovered next generation of Stuxnet that was trying to enter the systems consisted of several …

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Brain Freeze: Researcher Warn Hackers Could Target Our Minds

Brain Freeze: Researcher Warn Hackers Could Target Our Minds

The researchers have reported that the development of cutting-edge brain implants which is designed to enhance key memory function is at risk due to the multiple vulnerabilities which could easily allow an attacker to interfere. One of the threat researchers, Kaspersky Lab and the University of Oxford Functional Neurosurgery Group …

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Copy of Chinese Spy Chip Used in Security Training

Copy of Chinese Spy Chip Used in Security Training

The following reports from the Chinese spies infiltrated the supply chain of the servers which are assembled by the Supermicro Computers Inc., New York based CYBERGYM has recently launched a latest infrastructure security combat training program. CYBERGYM said that they have developed the training which could help the organizations prepare …

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