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Are Microsoft actually taking security seriously this time around? Windows has had plenty of problems with hackers because it was (and still is) the most popular operating system on the planet–but times have changed. Windows is still viciously popular, and is still the most commonly used operating system for desktop devices, but hackers have different […]

Hacking news 2015: The Hacking Team Hacking – Latest news Recall, July 5, unknown hackers have broken into the computer network of the company and abducted more than 400 GB of corporate data. Stolen information includes corporate documents, source code, and even, as it became known, a few exploits for zero-day vulnerability in Adobe Flash. […]

Hacking of a spy cyber security firm “The Hacking Team”: Most Interesting articles Here we provide 10 the most interesting and informative articles related to major hacking of a spy cyber security firm “The Hacking Team”. The Italian company, Hacking Team is among a handful of companies that offer surveillance tools to law enforcement around […]

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Cloud-based services, aka services that store your information on a server as opposed to your own hard drive, have been embraced by individuals and business users alike. Everything from banking apps, email and even social media accounts are now all accessible via the Cloud on multiple devices with nothing more than an internet connection, which […]

Three new vulnerabilities have been found in the Linux Kernel CVE-2014-3673, CVE-2014-3687, and CVE-2014-3688. These vulnerabilities allows a remote user to cause a denial of service (Kernel panic). Denial of service in the Linux Kernel Danger level: Middle The presence of fixes: Yes The number of vulnerabilities: 3

A botnet, called Qbot, to have infected over 500,000 systems. Proofpoint security researchers have published an analysis that exposes the inner workings of a cybercrime operation targeting online banking credentials for banks in the United States and Europe. According to Proofpoint, attacks by type drive-by-dovnload carried out with the help of compromised sites on the […]

Cyber Security: Hot Weekly News – September 19, 2014 #1. Virus Citadel has become an instrument for making targeted attacks Banking Trojan got a number of new features and is currently used in the attacks on the Middle East petrochemical companies. Hackers who commit targeted attacks, began to use an improved version of the malware […]

Cyber Security Notifications: New Vulnerabilities of September 2014 Vulnerabilities: Bypass security restrictions in Adobe Reader and Adobe Acrobat Danger level: High Availability fix: No Number of vulnerabilities: 1 CVSSv2 Rating: (AV: N / AC: M / Au: N / C: P / I: P / A: P / E: U / RL: U / RC: […]

AVG Internet Security 2015 available with New Interface and Outbreak Detection Features AVG Technologies has updated its line of products, including integrated anti-virus AVG Internet Security 2015. Developers have improved the basic anti-virus engine and its accuracy, added a new method of cloud detection Outbreak Detection AVG has continued to deliver advanced anti-virus protection with […]