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XSS Flaw in WordPress Plugin Allows Injection of Malicious Code

XSS Flaw in WordPress Plugin Allows Injection of Malicious Code | Better teaching, more learning | Scoop.it
A security vulnerability in the WP Banners Lite plugin for WordPress sites allows an attacker to inject malicious html or javascript code.

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Hacked Sites – An Open Door To Malwares

Hacked Sites – An Open Door To Malwares | Better teaching, more learning | Scoop.it

Compromised websites have been an attractive target for cyber-criminals. These websites distribute different malwares designed to steal valuable information from the victim’s machine. McAfee has recently encountered a compromised website which distributes malicious .jar file and Fake AV.

 


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Compromised websites have been an attractive target for cyber-criminals. These websites distribute different malwares designed to steal valuable information from the victim’s machine. McAfee has recently encountered a compromised website which distributes malicious .jar file and Fake AV.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, December 24, 2012 2:55 PM

 

As with e-Learning, m-Learning and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) every one is visiting websites, so this should be of interest to anyone! Especially Education, Teachers, Educators, Instructors, Professors SHOULD be aware of this and accept the fact that Learning and Teaching basics of Cyber-Security in 21st Century is a MUST!

 

                 ===> Be AWARE of the MALWARE! <===


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Malware attack recovery costs an average of $3,000 per day

Malware attack recovery costs an average of $3,000 per day | Better teaching, more learning | Scoop.it
Organizations citing cybersecurity costs as an impediment to implementing a layered defense should rethink their priorities: Denial of service (DDoS) and malware infection recovery costs range into the thousands of dollars – per day.

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Gust MEES's curator insight, March 15, 2013 5:37 PM

 

A MUST read...

 

Gust MEES's curator insight, March 15, 2013 5:41 PM

 

==> Malware attack recovery costs an average of $3,000 per day <==