Visualizzazione dei post da Gennaio, 2016

BBC News: Lincolnshire County Council hit by £1m 'malware' demand

This Facebook bug could have allowed hackers to take over your account – Naked Security

NY City Launches Investigation Into Hackable Baby Monitors | WIRED

Belgian bank loses 75.8 million dollars in CEO fraud

You say advertising, I say block that malware

PayPal Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Secret SSH backdoor in Fortinet hardware found in more products

Hackers could secretly tap into corporate meetings

Hackers Steal $55 million From Boeing Supplier

Cyber Insurer sued after company loses $480K in CEO Fraud

Researcher Finds Several ‘Serious’ Vulnerabilities in US Military Websites | Motherboard

More Security Vulnerabilities Found in Hello Barbie Toy's Servers | Motherboard

Critial XSS flaws in Magento leave millions of ecommerce sites at risk – Naked Security

Thought you were safe from the Fortinet SSH backdoor? Think again • The Register

Airbus, Boeing aero parts maker loses $54m in cyber-stick-up • The Register

Ad-clicking bots predicted to rip US$7.2 billion from Mad Men

Hackers Steal $55 million From Boeing Supplier

Firm Sues Cyber Insurer Over $480K Loss — Krebs on Security

Confirmation of a Coordinated Attack on the Ukrainian Power Grid

20KB trojan turns on bank customers in Singapore, Indonesia

Kiev airport goes dark after 'BlackEnergy-linked' power outage

BBC News: Anonymous drives Nissan offline in dolphin hunting protest

BBC News: The 'bogus boss' email scam costing firms millions

Clickjacking Campaign Plays on European Cookie Law | Malwarebytes Unpacked

Researchers uncover JavaScript-based ransomware-as-service | Ars Technica

Apple had more CVEs than any single MS product in 2015, but it doesn't really matter • The Register

Paypal: Lazy Authentication Still the Norm — Krebs on Security

HTTPS Bicycle Attack - Obtaining Passwords From TLS Encrypted Browser Requests | Websense

Ukraine power outages blamed on “hackers & malware” – lessons to learn |

Google fixes another “Stagefright” type bug in Android mediaserver |

Half of UK financial institutions vulnerable to well-known crypto flaws • The Register

Security bod watches heart data flow from her pacemaker to doctor via ... er, SMS? 3G? Email? • The Register

Xfinity’s Security System Flaws Open Homes to Thieves

First known hacker-caused power outage signals troubling escalation

Happy 2016, and here's the year's first ransomware story

Irked train hackers talk derailment flaws, drop SCADA password list

“Internet of Things” irony: a security alarm with alarming security |

Security firm Cyberoam turns victim in cyber attack: The Hindu Business Line - Mobile edition