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Hackers Win Big by Gambling on Identity Spoofing

Hackers Win Big by Gambling on Identity Spoofing

While analyzing the global cybercrime patterns the ThreatMetrix has found that the identity spoofing, fueled by the stolen identity data, which is for sure the most prevalent attach vector for the gaming and gambling industry. Q2 2018 Gaming & Gambling Report who has discovered that the location (IP) spoofing attack …

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Microsoft Fixes Zero Day and Data Deletion Bugs

Microsoft Fixes Zero Day and Data Deletion Bugs

Microsoft has recently released the security fixes, this time they have addressed around century of vulnerabilities, which include one of the critical zero day and three of which have been publicly disclosed. The most critical vulnerability that needs to be fixing is CVE-2018-8453, a privilege escalation flaw in Win32 which …

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BBC Reports Over 170 Devices Lost or Stolen

BBC Reports Over 170 Devices Lost or Stolen

The BBC has recently reported the stolen or lost devices which are around 170 these are lost or stolen for about two years; it is highlighting the challenges which are associated with managing a large portion of mobile workforce. Think tank Parliament Street has submitted Freedom of Information requests to …

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GRU Officers Allegedly Hacked Wi-Fi Networks Worldwide

GRU Officers Allegedly Hacked Wi-Fi Networks Worldwide

The Russian military intelligence officers alleged a traveled in person to offices of the targeted organizations in Switzerland, Brazil, Malaysia, and Netherlands to compromise the Wi-Fi Networks in a global ranging cyber-espionage campaign. The claim were made by the US Department of Justice (DoJ) as it indicted the seven GRU …

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18 Vulnerabilities Found in Foxit PDF Reader

18 Vulnerabilities Found in Foxit PDF Reader

Eighteen vulnerabilities that were been discovered in Foxit PDF Reader, which is commonly used as an alternative to Adobe Acrobat Reader, which is the most used browser plugin globally, according to Cisco Talos. “Foxit PDF Reader is one of the most popular free tools for viewing, commenting on and editing …

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Phishing Attack Impersonates Law Firm

Phishing Attack Impersonates Law Firm

Netskope’s Threats Research Lab recently revealed details about newly discovered phishing cyber-attack that was targeting the client bases of a law firm in Denver, Colorado, and across the entire U.S. Using a PDF file which is hosted in Azure’s Blob Storage service, the attackers could easily send the file as …

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Tory App Snafu Exposes Ministers Personal Info

Tory App Snafu Exposes Ministers Personal Info

A malfunctioning mobile application which has left the Conservative Party red-faced after the users who can easily access the phone numbers and other personal details of Cabinet ministers, as the party’s conference kicked off in Birmingham this week. Events industry the app developer, CrowdComms, who apologized “unreservedly” for the incident, …

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Ransomware Casts Anchor at the Port of San Diego

Ransomware Casts Anchor at the Port of San Diego

A cybersecurity attach that was recently announced on Tuesday which was happened at the Port of San Diego, September 25, 2018, but the CEO Randa Coniglio announced on September 27, 2018, that the event was actually a ransomware attack on the port, which oversees more than 34 miles of coastline …

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