It’s official: Zeus and Carberp have gotten hitched and hybridized. Malware authors have combined source code from the financial Trojans to produce Zberp, a new variant that targets 450 banking institutions around the world.
This week, Facebook has introduced two new privacy and security measures related to malware cleanup and user privacy.
ALERT: An unpatched vulnerability in Internet Explorer 8 can be exploited via malicious links and attachments and can allow direct access to your PC.
Attention eBay users: eBay has confirmed a data breach affecting all user accounts. Compromised information includes: customer names, encrypted passwords, email addresses, physical addresses, phone numbers and dates of birth. It is recommended that all eBay users change their passwords as soon as possible.
Today the headlines read that China is banning the Windows 8 operating system on all government computers. Dramatic enough for you? Well, hold on just a sec.
This Monday, the United States Department of Justice made unprecedented cyber espionage charges against 5 members of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army.
A lot of attention has been shifted towards smartphone security: from device manufacturers, governments, software developers, and malware authors alike. All of this points to a future where mobile security is a primary concern.
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Covert Redirect is a security flaw that affects websites that use the OAuth and OpenID identity verification systems. It is a problem, but it is not “the next Heartbleed.”
Do you use Dropbox or Box to backup your most important files and share them with your co-workers or friends? If so, you might just be sharing them with somebody else you’ve never even met.
Anyway you hash it, cryptography is complex. This little lesson on hashes is designed to help our users decipher one of computer security’s most cryptic terms.