Posts Tagged ‘Cyber security 2014’


Cyber securityApple issues seven updates, fixes more than 40 vulnerabilities in Mac OS X Mavericks

Operation of these gaps allow execution of arbitrary code on the target system, implement bypassing of address space randomization (ASLR) and so on.

Late last week, Apple released an updates to Mac OS X Mavericks 10.9.5, which consisted of more than 40 fixes vulnerabilities. In particular, the patches were intended for framework CoreGraphics, Bluetooth, PHP, graphics driver, Intel, framework Foundation, IOHIDFamily, IOAcceleratorFamily, kernel, OpenSSL, QT Media Foundation, and Ruby. (more…)

Cyber security 2014
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 Citadel to conduct cyber attacks on several Middle Eastern petrochemical companies. This is reported by researchers at Trusteer.

According to head of Trusteer Corporate Security Dana Tamir, the affected companies received notice that they being targeted cyber attack. (more…)