Security News


Apple Requiring 2-Factor Authentication on Developer Account Holders - by @LawrenceAbrams
https://t.co/VMDv7tVFs0

Google Fixing Chrome API to Prevent Incognito Mode Detection - by @LawrenceAbrams
https://t.co/nwnfKqoShH

Brokerage Firms Warned by FINRA Regulator of New Phishing Attack - by @serghei
https://t.co/6lOVTdTmaV


⚠️ WARNING – Watch out for this new type of extremely creative #phishing attacks that even most vigilant users could fall for.

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Can you spot what's wrong with that OAuth browser window? 😉

—by @unix_root https://t.co/SgcIC2690V
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You should change your passwords immediately, if you have an account with any of these newly disclosed hacked websites. https://t.co/kalrjYuN2h
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An hacker who breached dozens of popular sites puts 127 million new records up for sale on the Dark Web.

https://t.co/hTR5LcBh2c

—by @Swati_THN https://t.co/KjPgS3kVKc

Chashell — Reverse shell that communicates over DNS. It can be used to bypass firewalls or tightly restricted networks

https://t.co/bcpOPDrsaq

"Every packet is encrypted using symmetric cryptography (XSalsa20 + Poly1305), with a shared key between the client and the server" https://t.co/1ioqWZ7SuM
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Researchers @trendmicro found a new strain of #MacOS malware that disguises itself as a #Windows executable file. It's "aimed squarely at Macs," says @kg4gwa. The file used to deliver the payload shows an error message if someone tries to run it on Windows https://t.co/fqB53YFAY1


This week in our data #breach and #security incident round up, we have:

-Coffee Meets Bagel
-500px
-SenseNets
-MyFitnessPal

And more: https://t.co/vvxNz1UMHA

#Microsoft booted eight malicious apps from its official app store.

The apps were surreptitiously stealing victims’ CPU power to mine for Monero #cryptocurrency.

https://t.co/dqi6Ly1HVe https://t.co/XmUhmi9Pul
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We'll discuss the worst #mobile threats with a panel of experts, including:
Mike Burr (Google)
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Cryptojacking Applications Land in Microsoft Store https://t.co/CePlJNHTAp

DHS Cyber Leader Says 2020 Security Preparations Underway - https://t.co/25Ug3UtLyr

A researcher says he received a $25,000 bounty from Facebook after he reported a CSRF vulnerability that could have been exploited to hijack accounts. https://t.co/dkesgVt64s


A judge has ordered that legal documents about the government’s fight to force Facebook to break Messenger encryption will be kept secret. Investigators wanted to listen in on the conversations as part of an investigation into MS-13.

https://t.co/YVHbnDRDMr

A company operating a facial recognition system in China has exposed millions of residents’ personal information online.
https://t.co/GJiPhL2KjO

You are worth $7.37 to Facebook. You are worth $2.83 to Twitter. You are worth 30 cents to Reddit. https://t.co/QjDTrsmjAo


VFEmail hit with ‘Catastrophic’ attack that deleted primary and backup files https://t.co/LJNxquK5kZ

SC Product Reviews February 2019 Cloud-based security management -- vArmour Application Controller l https://t.co/UCXQTHGstX

Report: Details on 617 million user accounts up for sale on dark web https://t.co/YTQ3S5SZM8


Infrastructure as a service has been great for organizations, but will #serverless computing be even better? @ClintBoulton finds out what people are saying. https://t.co/fui28YLRj5 @DeloitteOnTech @Gartner_inc @nicksrockwell #Lambda

10 questions to ask when selecting enterprise #IoT solutions -- #1: How much data will your #sensors generate and how often? https://t.co/Aohq7PiXSz @quistuipater #InternetofThings https://t.co/iOuQLXSIgP NetworkWorld photo


Android smartphones are used all around the world and are become popular by the day. If you are an owner of an Android smartphone and use to watch porn on it, its time you should start avoiding that.
https://t.co/CAeINvqJI1 https://t.co/dXX4dhD6sU
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Do you want to know why you should avoid watching porn on Android smartphones because they are vulnerable to hacking and ransomware? Read about it here:
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