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Microsoft met en garde contre ChapCrack, un outil open source qui casse la sécurité de MS-CHAP V2 et PPTP utilisés sur les réseaux VPN

Microsoft met en garde contre un problème de sécurité grave dans MS-CHAP V2, pouvant survenir grâce à l’utilisation de l’outil ChapCrack.MS-CHAP V2 est un système d’authentification développé par Microsoft, utilisé principalement dans le protocole...
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société de l'information, identité & comportements numériques, sécurité de l'information, réseaux & médias sociaux
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E-reputation: how one's online life can interfere with one's offline life

E-reputation: how one's online life can interfere with one's offline life | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
GBNews attended a conference on e-reputation, or how one’s “online life” can interfere and cause damage to his or her “offline life”. 

For some years now, we have witnessed important digital and societal transformations. The separation between private and public has become a blurred line. As Stéphane Koch underlines, a social network is a human creation. Unlike many, Koch sees the internet as part of real life and not something purely virtual. 

For him, the internet is just a tool used to connect people. But like all tools, we need to know how to properly use it, so that we do not get hurt. At the same time, because of the technological progress and the era of globalization we live in, more and more people seem to be losing control over their personal data. According to Koch, we are facing a true dematerialization of data. “Bye Bye files and archives department, Hello Clouds!” we could say. These changes can have an important impact on our lives, both on and offline
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Banking Trojan Gains Ability to Steal Facebook, Twitter and Gmail Accounts

Banking Trojan Gains Ability to Steal Facebook, Twitter and Gmail Accounts | digitalcuration | Scoop.it


This Trojan Can Steal Your Facebook, Twitter and Gmail accounts


Security researchers have discovered a new variant of Terdot banking Trojan that steals social media and email accounts as well, along with bank account details.


However, according to the latest analysis, Terdot can target social media networks including Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus, and YouTube, and email service providers including Google's Gmail, Microsoft's live.com, and Yahoo Mail. 


Interestingly, the malware avoids gathering data related to Russian largest social media platform VKontakte (vk.com), Bitdefender noted. This suggests Eastern European actors may be behind the new variant. 


The banking Trojan is mostly being distributed through websites compromised with the SunDown Exploit Kit, but researchers also observed it arriving in a malicious email with a fake PDF icon button.
If clicked, it executes obfuscated JavaScript code that downloads and runs the malware file. In order to evade detection, the Trojan uses a complex chain of droppers, injections, and downloaders that allow the download of Terdot in pieces.

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Désinformation, fake news, théorie du complot : D'où vient l'info ? - [DANE de Lyon]

Désinformation, fake news, théorie du complot : D'où vient l'info ? - [DANE de Lyon] | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Support de FIL de groupes de bassin de professeurs-documentalistes Formatrice : Edwige JAMIN
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Deleted WhatsApp sent messages might not be gone forever

Deleted WhatsApp sent messages might not be gone forever | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
The first 100 characters are in the registry, and you don’t even have to bother with that if you have a backup app. How very Snapchat!
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High-Tech Bridge announces free application discovery and inventory service

High-Tech Bridge announces free application discovery and inventory service | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

ImmuniWeb® Discovery provides continuous discovery, inventory and visibility of web and mobile applications and their APIs.


High-Tech Bridge, a global web security company, is happy to announce a public launch of ImmuniWeb® Discovery that was initially presented to a limited number of exclusive customers and partners on the 28th ISF Congress in Cannes. 


The free service is a part of ImmuniWeb® Application Security Testing (AST) Platform, designed to reduce AST costs, minimize external attack surface and help achieve compliance and regulatory requirements. ImmuniWeb Discovery enables companies and organizations to maintain a comprehensive inventory and classification of their external web and mobile applications, as well as their APIs. The free service provides a continuous and non-intrusive application discovery, leveraging a wide spectrum of reconnaissance and OSINT information gathering techniques.

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What do Vegas hookers, Colombian government, and 30,000 other sites have in common? Crypto-jacking miners • The Register

What do Vegas hookers, Colombian government, and 30,000 other sites have in common? Crypto-jacking miners • The Register | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Over the past few months there has been an alarming rise in the number of websites running code that silently joyrides computers and secretly makes them mine digital currency for miscreants. 

The latest count suggests more than 30,000 sites are quietly running JavaScript miners on people's PCs and handhelds – way more than previously thought. 

An analysis, published this month by infosec guru Troy Mursch, revealed that the vast majority of currency-mining software came from Coin Hive, the freely available JavaScript code developed to mine Monero. It appears the scripts were slipped into most, but not all, webpages covertly by hackers and other miscreants. In all, Mursch found 30,611 sites on the web running Coin Hive's JavaScript to effectively crypto-jack machines into digging up digital dosh for shady netizens.
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Ce que l’on sait sur les usages de Wikipedia en France

Ce que l’on sait sur les usages de Wikipedia en France | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
L’encyclopédie Wikipédia a vu le jour en 2001. La Wikipédia francophone a, elle, été fondée le 23 mars 2001. Forte d’une communauté française très active mais aussi suisse, belge, canadienne ou africaine, Wikipedia.fr compte près de 10 000 nouveaux articles par mois. Le million d’articles en français a été atteint le 23 septembre 2010. En juin 2017, l’édition française compte au total 1,8 million d’articles. C’est la 6ème plus importante édition linguistique en termes de nombre d’articles. 

 L’édition française enregistre 700 millions de vues par mois, soit 23,3 millions par jour, dont 16 millions à partir de la France (68,5 %).
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Apple’s iPhone X's Face ID beaten by mask

Apple’s iPhone X's Face ID beaten by mask | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

This time Bkav, a Vietnamese security firm, challenged Apple’s Face ID unlock technology that has been replaced by Touch ID in iPhone X to check if they could bypass the security system using a mask. The security researchers discovered that they could trick the facial recognition features of the iPhone X using a specially constructed mask.

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Joyce Weisbecker, pionnière méconnue de la programmation de jeux vidéo

Joyce Weisbecker, pionnière méconnue de la programmation de jeux vidéo | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Cette informaticienne est devenue en 1976 la première femme professionnelle de l’industrie, révèle une enquête historique du site américain Co.Design.
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L’utilisation de Snapchat dans le secteur du recrutement

L’utilisation de Snapchat dans le secteur du recrutement | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Twitter et Linkedin proposent déjà une offre de recrutement bien rodée : comment Snapchat peut-il se faire une place dans le domaine ?
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Beaucoup de questions sur le bug qui fait mal à votre portefeuille Ethereum. Et aucune réponse pour le moment... - Korben

Beaucoup de questions sur le bug qui fait mal à votre portefeuille Ethereum. Et aucune réponse pour le moment... - Korben | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
La news de ces 2 derniers jours dans la communauté cryptomonnaie, c'est bien évidemment ce "bug" dans le wallet Parity qui a provoqué la blocage de 1 million d'Ethereum (environ 280 millions de dollars au moment des faits. Environ 154 millions de dollars maintenant.). Ouch. Ce problème touche les wallets multisignatures créées après le 20 > Lire la suite
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Fraude publicitaire : les annonceurs publicitaires montent au créneau

Fraude publicitaire : les annonceurs publicitaires montent au créneau | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

Face à une fraude estimée entre 10 et 30 % du total des publicités digitales, la fédération mondiale des annonceurs (WFA) a saisi Europol.

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Charges: Man Paid Hackers To Sabotage Ex-Employer

Charges: Man Paid Hackers To Sabotage Ex-Employer | digitalcuration | Scoop.it

The FBI says the case represents a growing form of cybercrime in which professional hackers are paid to inflict damage on individuals, businesses and others who rely on digital devices connected to the web. 


Prosecutors say 46-year-old John Kelsey Gammell hired hackers to bring down Washburn Computer Group, but also made monthly payments to damage web networks connected to the Minnesota Judicial Branch, Hennepin County and several banks

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Cyber Security & Hacking News – How to keep children safe on the internet

Cyber Security & Hacking News – How to keep children safe on the internet | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Kids these days are digital natives. They’ve grown up with the internet and have no concept of what life was like without it. They’re completely at home with technology: using a mouse or touchscreen to navigate is as much a life skill as learning to read and write. 

In fact, children tend to learn to use a touchscreen way before they can read or write, using colours, images and symbols instead of words to navigate around apps and websites in order to get to a video or game they like. 

Whatever the age of your kids, it’s important to keep them safe when browsing websites, using social networking services such as Facebook, and chatting with friends using instant messaging programs. 

Although your children may know more about using a laptop, tablet and the internet than you do, it’s your responsibility to ensure they’re protected from the parts of the web that present a danger to them.

The dangers (see below) may sound bad, but the good news is that you can prevent most of them happening without too much time, effort or money. 

Common sense plays a bigger part than you might think. For a start, we’d recommend not allowing children to use a device – laptop, tablet or phone – in their own room. Asking them to use it in a communal area should discourage most inappropriate activities as it will be obvious what they’re up to even if you only glance in their direction. 

The most important thing to do is to talk to each child and explain (in a way appropriate to their age) the dangers that the internet could pose to them, and why they can’t use their devices in their room.

Also, encourage them to tell you whenever they see anything that makes them uncomfortable or upsets them, or simply isn’t what they expected. 

You can delete inappropriate websites from your browser’s history, and add the site’s address to a parental control filter list (we’ll come to this in a minute).

Also encourage them to tell you if they receive any threatening or frightening messages or emails – you can add the sender’s address to most email programs’ blocked list.
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Connectés non-stop

Connectés non-stop | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Nous nous pensons libres et indépendants ? Peut-être... Mais il est temps de prendre conscience que nous sommes assistés dans tous les moments de notre vie, ou presque, par les nouvelles technologies, ce que s'emploie à faire ce film réalisé dans le cadre du Magister Science, technique et société au Conservatoire national des arts et métiers (CNAM).
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No boundaries: Exfiltration of personal data by session-replay scripts

No boundaries: Exfiltration of personal data by session-replay scripts | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
You may know that most websites have third-party analytics scripts that record which pages you visit and the searches you make. But lately, more and more sites use “session replay” scripts. These scripts record your keystrokes, mouse movements, and scrolling behavior, along with the entire contents of the pages you visit, and send them to third-party servers. Unlike typical analytics services that provide aggregate statistics, these scripts are intended for the recording and playback of individual browsing sessions, as if someone is looking over your shoulder.

The stated purpose of this data collection includes gathering insights into how users interact with websites and discovering broken or confusing pages. However the extent of data collected by these services far exceeds user expectations [1]; text typed into forms is collected before the user submits the form, and precise mouse movements are saved, all without any visual indication to the user. This data can’t reasonably be expected to be kept anonymous. In fact, some companies allow publishers to explicitly link recordings to a user’s real identity
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Pizzagate: Anatomy of a Fake News Scandal

Pizzagate: Anatomy of a Fake News Scandal | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Inside the web of conspiracy theorists, Russian operatives, Trump campaigners and Twitter bots who manufactured the 'news' that Hillary Clinton ran a pizza-restaurant child-sex ring
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Facebook fait le ménage et supprime plusieurs grosses pages de "buzz" - Blog du Modérateur

Facebook fait le ménage et supprime plusieurs grosses pages de "buzz" - Blog du Modérateur | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Quand Facebook fait le ménage, il ne fait pas les choses à moitié. Plusieurs gros acteurs français l'ont appris à leurs dépens en constatant la suppression
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New Vulnerability Exploits Antivirus Programs to Install Malware

New Vulnerability Exploits Antivirus Programs to Install Malware | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
It is common notion that antivirus software keeps our computers safe from all types of bugs and malware. However, it seems that cybercriminals are hell-bent on changing this belief by using these programs for fulfilling their malicious objectives. As per the findings of Kapsch’s security researcher Florian Bogner, hackers have learned to exploit the Restore from Quarantine feature, and a number of AV solutions have been affected. The flaw has been named AVGater. 

Bogner an Austrian security editor, states that once it is on a system, this vulnerability relocates malware from an AV quarantine folder and stores it to another sensitive location. It is rather surprising that all antivirus programs available nowadays are plagued with this flaw including Kaspersky, ZoneAlarm, Malwarebytes, Emsisoft, Trend Micro and Ikarus to name a few.
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Snapchat is as fragile as a Yellow Duck from the 1980s

Snapchat is as fragile as a Yellow Duck from the 1980s | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Diving results for Snap Inc’s Q3 means Snapchat will likely have to be dumbed down to compete with Instagram globally. Snapchat needs to pivot, and pivot fast. There is this urgency when your company…
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7 Applications of the Blockchain that hook you to the future

7 Applications of the Blockchain that hook you to the future | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Earlier we have discussed Blockchain and it's explanation - now open your lids to peep into the applications of the Blockchain.The most
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Adieu Darknet, bonjour Librenet

Adieu Darknet, bonjour Librenet | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Qu'est-ce que le Darknet, ou plutôt les darknets ? A quoi et pour qui servent-ils ? Sur quoi reposent-ils ? L’anonymat conféré est-il garanti ? Que peut-on y trouver ?
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Android security audit: An 11-step checklist

Android security audit: An 11-step checklist | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Android security doesn't have to be a source of stress. These easy-to-follow steps are all you need to keep the boogeyman at bay.
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Le New York Times se lance sur le deep web via Tor

Le New York Times se lance sur le deep web via Tor | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
The New-York Times a annoncé qu’il lançait une version expérimentale de son quotidien sur le darknet, disponible seulement via Tor
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4 raisons qui expliquent les mauvais résultats de vos publicités Facebook

Ce n'est pas facile de lancer des campagnes de publicité Facebook profitables. Certes, créer votre première campagne de pub sur le réseau de Mark Zuckerberg, c'est facile mais la rendre profitable, c'est une autre histoire. Comment reconnaitre vos erreurs ? Qu'est-ce que vous ne faites pas de bien ? Par quoi commencer pour optimiser vos publicités ? Pas de panique, je répondrai à toutes ces questions dans cet article :-) Mais d'abord, je vais vous parler des erreurs classiques qui plombent les résultats de vos publicités Facebook et ensuite je vous révèlerai comment le
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Snapchat Discover : cap sur une audience plus jeune | Magazin

Snapchat Discover : cap sur une audience plus jeune | Magazin | digitalcuration | Scoop.it
Arrivée sur les écrans de smartphone en 2011, l’application au petit fantôme a bien grandi depuis. Ce qui n’était au départ que le projet de trois étudiants de l’université de Stanford – Evan Spiegel, Bobby Murphy et Reggie Brown – est aujourd’hui coté en bourse, à Wall Street depuis mars 2017. Aux Etats-Unis, la section Discover a été intégrée en janvier 2015 à l’application. Depuis septembre 2016, cette fonctionnalité est aussi testée en France. Elle permet aux utilisateurs de Snapchat d’avoir accès, gratuitement, à de l’information de qualité, créée par une poignée de médias du pays. 

Ces contenus sont, comme tout ce qui passe par Snapchat, éphémères et disponibles seulement pour vingt-quatre heures. En France, huit médias ont été choisis : Le Monde, Paris Match, L’Équipe, Konbini, Cosmopolitan, Vice, Melty et Tastemade. Auxquels se sont ajoutés Society, L’Express, MTV, Vogue et La Crème du gaming. Des titres aux lignes éditoriales bien différentes afin d’éviter les doublons et permettre aux utilisateurs de lire des contenus divers et traités de manières différentes (lire plus loin). Pour avoir une place dans son espace premium, Snapchat a cependant posé ses conditions : les rédactions doivent publier, sept jours sur sept, une édition d’au moins dix « cartes » (pages de contenus) et constituer une équipe dédiée. 

Les rédactions des médias concernés ont donc dû réorganiser leurs équipes, embaucher de nouvelles personnes. Elles ont surtout dû repenser leur manière de raconter l’information. Un défi pour tous, surtout pour Le Monde, Paris Match et L’Équipe, qui ont plus de mal que les autres médias présents sur Discover à séduire une audience jeune.
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