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  • General SecurityPhoto of Hackers Using Homograph Domains And Infected Favicon

    Hackers Using Homograph Domains And Infected Favicon

    Hackers Using Homograph Domains And Infected Favicon Cybersecurity researchers today highlighted an evasive phishing technique that attackers are exploiting in the wild to target visitors of several sites with a quirk in domain names, and leverage modified favicons to inject e-skimmers and steal payment card information covertly. Sophisticated skimming attacks like Magecart have incorporated favicons before and impacted well-known companies like Claire’s, Tupperware, Smith & Wesson, Macy’s, and British…

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  • General SecurityPhoto of Researcher Discovers New HTTP Request Smuggling Attacks

    Researcher Discovers New HTTP Request Smuggling Attacks

    Researcher Discovers New HTTP Request Smuggling Attacks A new research has identified four new variants of HTTP request smuggling attacks that work against various commercial off-the-shelf web servers and HTTP proxy servers. Amit Klein, VP of Security Research at SafeBreach who presented the findings today at the Black Hat security conference, said that the attacks highlight how web servers and…

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  • General SecurityPhoto of Cybersecurity Firm Finds More Spyware Hidden In Chinese Tax Software

    Cybersecurity Firm Finds More Spyware Hidden In Chinese Tax Software

    Cybersecurity Firm Finds More Spyware Hidden In Chinese Tax Software A malware campaign hiding backdoors in mandatory Chinese corporate tax software is far more extensive than at first thought, according to researchers from Trustwave. The vendor warned last month that it discovered several clients had unwittingly installed the GoldenSpy backdoor after agreeing to download the Intelligent Tax software product, produced by Aisino…

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  • General SecurityPhoto of Leaked Details Of 142 Million MGM Hotel Guests Found For Sale On Dark Web

    Leaked Details Of 142 Million MGM Hotel Guests Found For Sale On Dark Web

    Leaked Details Of 142 Million MGM Hotel Guests Found For Sale On Dark Web MGM Resorts had suffered a data breach last year and it was reported that personal information such as name, email address, and mobile number of roughly 10.6 million (1.06 crore) guests were compromised. However, it appears the data breach was much larger than initially reported, and…

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  • General SecurityPhoto of Hackers Sell Data From 26 Million LiveJournal Users On Dark Web

    Hackers Sell Data From 26 Million LiveJournal Users On Dark Web

    Hackers Sell Data From 26 Million LiveJournal Users On Dark Web A database containing credentials from more than 26 million LiveJournal accounts has been leaked online and is being sold on the Dark Web and hacker forums. The data contained in the files appears to be from a 2014 incident in which 33 million accounts were hacked, according to a…

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  • General SecurityPhoto of GoDaddy Hosting Breach Undetected For 6 Months

    GoDaddy Hosting Breach Undetected For 6 Months

    GoDaddy Hosting Breach Undetected For 6 Months GoDaddy Inc. has suffered a data breach affecting the web hosting accounts of 28,000 customers. The data breach involved an unknown person accessing accounts using Secure Shell or SSH cryptographic network protocol in October. It was only discovered late last month when GoDaddy noticed suspicious activity on several servers. Affected customers have had…

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