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Unmasking Google Users With a New Timing Attack

Unmasking Google Users With a New Timing Attack | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Unmasking Google Users With a New Timing Attack (An attacker could even use this attack in spear phishing campaigns or even could unmask the identity of Tor users http://t.co/g2DZZQLgIG)...
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New Flaw Found in Software That Caused Heartbleed Bug

New Flaw Found in Software That Caused Heartbleed Bug | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Two months after the Heartbleed bug triggered widespread Internet panic, a researcher on Thursday disclosed a new vulnerability in the same widely used security software.
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Blue Coat – The Most Advanced Cyber Threats Come from Seemingly Innocent Places

Blue Coat – The Most Advanced Cyber Threats Come from Seemingly Innocent Places | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Virtually everything important is done online today, and while the process is much more convenient than in previous years, it also leaves those who are not well-informed incredibly vulnerable to an ever-increasing onslaught of diverse cyber...
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How to rob ATMs with a couple of SMS messages

How to rob ATMs with a couple of SMS messages | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Symantec experts demonstrated how to rob ATMs using a mobile device and sending a couple of SMS. Cybercriminals are increasing sophistication of attacks.
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Flaws in Android update mechanism could turn apps into malware

Flaws in Android update mechanism could turn apps into malware | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
A group of researchers from Indiana University and Microsoft Research have unearthed six Android vulnerabilities that can be exploited to turn apparently harmless apps into malicious ones when a user ...
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Hackers Sell Exploits for Bitcoins in Underground Market - Bloomberg

Hackers Sell Exploits for Bitcoins in Underground Market
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Prices for the tools to attack software vulnerabilities that aren't yet known or fixed by manufacturers -- commonly called zero-day exploits -- are the highest.
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Palo Alto Networks Buys Cyber Security Company Cyvera For $200M - TechCrunch

Palo Alto Networks Buys Cyber Security Company Cyvera For $200M - TechCrunch | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
V3.co.uk Palo Alto Networks Buys Cyber Security Company Cyvera For $200M TechCrunch As we wrote last year, Cyvera has crafted a new approach to combat zero-day attacks, using the coding equivalent of military-style guerrilla obstructive defense...
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Cyber criminals expand use of CVE-2014-0322 before Patch Tuesday

Cyber criminals expand use of CVE-2014-0322 before Patch Tuesday | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Since then, exploit instances utilizing CVE-2014-0322 have been carried out in crimeware attacks in the wild, and it seems that the exploit source code used in the initial attacks was made available publicly, which contributed ...
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Hacking a Boeing 777

Hacking a Boeing 777 | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Speculation surrounding the cause of the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 hasn't included the possibility of a cyber-attack. But one cybersecurity expert contends hacking an airliner is feasible.
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Infosecurity - Germany Warns That Criminals Have Stolen 16 Million Email Credentials

The German Office for Information Technology (BSI) warned Tuesday that botnet operators have stolen some 16 million email credentials; about half of which have a .de suffix.
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Windows error reports could lead to exploit, says security vendor - IT World Canada Blogs (blog)

Windows error reports could lead to exploit, says security vendor - IT World Canada Blogs (blog) | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Windows error reports could lead to exploit, says security vendor IT World Canada Blogs (blog) “Crashes are especially useful for attackers as they may pinpoint a new exploitable code flaw for a zero-day attack.” Information in the report includes...
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Criminals Behind Massive ZeroAccess Botnet Give Up After Microsoft's Counterattack

Criminals Behind Massive ZeroAccess Botnet Give Up After Microsoft's Counterattack | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Microsoft recently severely damaged the enormous click-fraud botnet ZeroAccess but now it's saying the people behind it have given up completely.
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Zero-Day Fixes From Adobe, Microsoft

Zero-Day Fixes From Adobe, Microsoft | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Adobe and Microsoft today each separately released security updates to remedy zero-day bugs and other critical vulnerabilities in their software.
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Top Federal Lab Hacked in Spear-Phishing Attack | WIRED

Top Federal Lab Hacked in Spear-Phishing Attack | WIRED | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
The Oak Ridge National Laboratory was forced to disconnect internet access for workers on Friday after the federal facility was hacked, and administrators discovered data being siphoned from a server.
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Latest OpenSSL flaws can lead to information leakage, code execution and DoS

Latest OpenSSL flaws can lead to information leakage, code execution and DoS | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Only two months after the Heartbleed vulnerability in OpenSSL captured global headlines we have another critical update for OpenSSL fixing 6 new flaws.
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Spyware app turns the privacy tables on Google Glass wearers

Spyware app turns the privacy tables on Google Glass wearers | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
A spyware app developed by two researchers has shown that Google Glass can be used to secretly take photos of whatever a Glass wearer is looking at without their knowledge - making the Glass user the one whose privacy and security is potentially...
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Microsoft Is About To Leave One-Third Of All Computers Vulnerable To Hacking - Huffington Post

Microsoft Is About To Leave One-Third Of All Computers Vulnerable To Hacking - Huffington Post | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Microsoft Is About To Leave One-Third Of All Computers Vulnerable To Hacking Huffington Post Hundreds of millions of computers running everything from ATMs to the power grid will be vulnerable to hacking next month when Microsoft stops supporting...
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Zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word under active attack - Ars Technica

Zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word under active attack - Ars Technica | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
bit-tech.net Zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word under active attack Ars Technica The in-the-wild attacks work by creating booby-trapped documents in the Rich Text Format (RTF) that exploit a vulnerability in the 2010 version of Microsoft...
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Basecamp gets DDoSed and blackmailed

Basecamp gets DDoSed and blackmailed | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Basecamp, formerly known as 37signals, has managed to largely mitigate a DDoS attack that started today (March 24) at 8:46 central time and which made its services unavailable for users for a few hour...
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Microsoft issues alert for Word zero-day - booby-trapped RTF files already used in attacks

Microsoft issues alert for Word zero-day - booby-trapped RTF files already used in attacks | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Booby-trapped RTF files have been found in the wild, exploiting a zero-day hole in Microsoft Word.
Microsoft has issued an alert.
Paul Ducklin gives you four tips for long-term safety against this sort of attack...
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Hackers Milk IE Zero Day Before Patch « Cyber Security Aid

Hackers Milk IE Zero Day Before Patch « Cyber Security Aid | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
This publication and the subsequent addition of the zero-day to popular crimeware kits seems to have spurred the uptick, at least in part. As Websense notes, once exploit code like this goes public, generating attacks using it ...
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Infosecurity - Germany Warns That Criminals Have Stolen 16 Million Email Credentials

The German Office for Information Technology (BSI) warned Tuesday that botnet operators have stolen some 16 million email credentials; about half of which have a .de suffix.
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Researchers Discover Vulnerability In Flash-Based Storage - Ubergizmo

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Ubergizmo Researchers Discover Vulnerability In Flash-Based Storage Ubergizmo Researchers Discover Vulnerability In Flash Based Storage If you own a smartphone or a tablet that allows you to expand its storage via microSD cards, you might be...
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ZeroPoint is the malware cure that could be worse than the disease

ZeroPoint is the malware cure that could be worse than the disease | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
The internet is, on balance, a very hostile place. More than 70 percent of all email traffic is spam, and a fair portion of that is malware and phishing attempts. One 2012 census counted 1.5...
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Preventing Command Injection in PHP with a Few Simple Techniques

Preventing Command Injection in PHP with a Few Simple Techniques | Zero Day - Exploits... | Scoop.it
Command Injection vulnerabilities are extremely dangerous, often easy to exploit, and give attackers the ability to execute operating system commands with the privileges of the web application user.
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