This video tutorial talks about browser exploitation. Particularly, it talks about tools, like BeEF, that can be used to hack known vulnerabilities within browsers and some cool frameworks that you can use to check the security of your own browser.
A defense contractor faced repeated hacks from Chinese spies who gained access to terabytes of confidential data, Bloomberg reports. More security tools could help, and the government could do more to protect itself.
A large botnet is being used to brute-force passwords for a significant number of WordPress blogs. The botnet is estimated at using some 90,000 computers and tens of thousands of unique IP addresses in its increasing.
Cyber crooks have been misusing the reputation of the popular online source code repository SourceForge (sourceforge.net) and have been pushing out malware from the sourceforgechile.net domain registered in the US earlier this month.
Android is the world's most popular smartphone operating system (OS), and according to comScore, it claims more than 50 percent of the market. With that kind of user base, it's no wonder that Android is an increasingly popular target for malware and SMiShing (SMS phishing).
An iOS game called Simply Find It, when run through BitDefender’s virus scanner, reportedly returns a positive result for Trojan.JS.iframe.BKD. This has drawn into question the effectiveness of Apple’s App Store approval process.
In a blog post from its SpiderLabs advanced security team, Trustwave said the malware is spread through emails bearing subject lines such as "Video of Explosion at the Boston Marathon 2013" and "Boston Explosion Caught on Video." The messages contain a simple-looking link that leads to different landing pages "ostensibly hosting videos of the bombings," Trustwave said.
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