Ransomware hits OSX

  • März 10th, 2016
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OSX/KeRanger-A – what you need to know Source: Sophos – NakedSecurity 08 MAR 2016 23Apple, Malware, OS X, Ransomware Previous: 7 tips for securing the Internet of Things Next: Live from RSA – Endpoint security is dead, long live endpoint security [Chet Chat Podcast 234] by Paul Ducklin 0Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on […]

The „Drown Attack“ – Millions of OpenSSL HTTPS Websites at Risk

  • März 3rd, 2016
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A new security vulnerability has been discovered in OpenSSL that affects  Millions modern websites and e-mail services protected by an ancient, long deprecated transport layer security protocol, Secure Sockets Layer (SSLv2). More Details: The Hacker News

Vulnerability in Apache Web-Server Could Unmask the Onion (Tor-) Network

  • Februar 1st, 2016
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Source: The Hackernews A unknown Computer Science Student has uncovered a one year old loophole in Apache Web Server, which could could potentially unmask the real identity of .onion-domains and servers hidden behind the Tor-network. Although the loophole was reported on Reddit and to the Tor Project months back, it recently came to the limelight soon […]

Israel’s Energy Authority hit by a Hack Attack

  • Januar 30th, 2016
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Source:  arstechnica Israel’s Electricity Authority experienced a serious hack attack that officials are still working to repel, the country’s energy minister said Tuesday. „The virus was already identified and the right software was already prepared to neutralize it,“ Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz told attendees of a computer security conference in Tel Aviv, according to […]

New OpenSSL Version Released

  • Januar 30th, 2016
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Security Advisory [28th Jan 2016] Developers of OpenSSL issued a patch that fixes a vulnerability which allows an attacker to decrypt secure traffic. The problem is based on a weak Diffie-Hellman with unsafe primes. See CVE-2016-0701 Fixed in OpenSSL 1.0.2f You’ll get the latest version here. The prime problem is described by Antonio Sanso.

“66% of Android devices” vulnerable to Linux zero-day bug … or not

  • Januar 26th, 2016
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source: nakedsecurity.sophos.com by John Zorabedian Earlier this month, a small cybersecurity company made big news after it publicly disclosed a zero-day bug in the Linux kernel. The kernel is the heart of the operating system, so kernel bugs of this sort often allow regular programs – applications that are supposed to have their power restricted by […]

RANSOM_CRYPTEAR – A New Crime Locker ?

  • Januar 16th, 2016
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Source: Hackinsight the very best Hacker Portal Faulty ransomware derived from an open source ransomware project makes files unrecoverable due to a serious coding error. The story I’m going to tell you is incredible, a cyber criminal gang has developed a very singular ransomware called RANSOM_CRYPTEAR.B and now I’ll tell you why? According to the experts […]

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