Monthly Archives: March 2013

Spicing up phishing attacks

Phishing is often considered as old hat. Theoretically speaking, it’s a situation of ‘been there, done that’. Most phishing strikes that we see fall into one of two camps: Junk e-mail containing a weblink to the phish website within the … Continue reading

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Express Shipping Alert e-mails contain malware

Have you obtained an e-mail with the topic line “Express Delivery Notification”? If so, be on your secure – you could be at risk of infecting your Windows pcs. Online scammers have spammed out a huge variety of information, declaring … Continue reading

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Chess CAPTCHA – a serious defense against spammers?

CAPTCHAs – the concerns that a web page requests you to response to confirm if you’re a person or not – come in many types and sizes. Although they most generally ask you to figure out some terms invisible in … Continue reading

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Equifax and Transunion say online hackers took superstar credit score reports

Previously today we revealed how online hackers had handled to post the money score history and private details of a number of politicians on a newly-created web page. Victims consist of superstars such as BeyoncĂ© Knowles, Ashley Ashton kutcher, London … Continue reading

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The apple company lastly assumes HTTPS for the App Store – here’s why it matters

Last season, a Googler known as Dr. Elie Bursztein observed that Apple’s App Store methods weren’t very secured. Much of the connections your iDevice had with the App Store was performed via basically old HTTP. Apple should really have been … Continue reading

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Facebook repairs bug that released users’ phone numbers

Facebook or myspace has set a bug that was dripping users’ contact figures to program designers. Reported in July 2012, the API (application development interface) bug was impacting the e-mail area in some cellular cellphone applications that utilized Facebook’s API. … Continue reading

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