Apple Deprecates QuickTime For Windows, Won’t Patch New Flaws

The Zero Day Initiative has publicly disclosed a pair of serious
vulnerabilities in Apple QuickTime for Windows that will not be patched
because Apple is deprecating the product for the Microsoft platform.

US-CERT today pushed out an alert advising QuickTime for Windows users<

Selasa, 24 May 2016
Cybercriminals filtering out victims by location

To lure more victims with their attacks, cybercriminals are now
crafting customized spam to carry threats using regional vernacular,
brands and payment methods for better cultural compatibility. Ransomware
cleverly disguised as authentic email notifications, complete with

Selasa, 24 May 2016
Millions of child support records stolen, D.C. officials want answers

"In early February, a thief broke into several offices in Olympia,
Washington to steal anything he could grab that was worth selling. In
one locked drawer, the thief found a couple of external hard drives that
he added to his haul of cash, cameras, electronics and laptops.<

Senin, 23 May 2016
Panama Papers source breaks silence over 'scale of injustices'

"The source, whose identity and gender remain a secret, denied being a spy.

“For the record, I do not work for any government or intelligence
agency, directly or as a contractor, and I never have. My viewpoint is
entirely my own.”

The whistleblower sai

Senin, 23 May 2016
11.5M files expose offshore schemes in biggest data leak in history

"When it comes to data breaches, it seems nothing can surprise us: we’ve
seen huge corporations face public shaming for lax security and for
exposing data of millions of customers. But the recent Panama Papers
breach tops it all.

The breach involves millions o

Senin, 23 May 2016
Data Protection Mishap Leaves 55M Philippine Voters at Risk

"Every registered voter in the Philippines is now susceptible to fraud
and other risks after a massive data breach leaked the entire database
of the Philippines’ Commission on Elections (COMELEC). While initial
reports have downplayed the impact of the leak, our inves

Senin, 23 May 2016
Details of Almost 50 Million Turkish Citizens Leaked Online

"A data leak appeared online yesterday claiming to host private
information on 49,611,709 Turkish citizens, offering download links to
anyone interested.
The hacker who set up the download server said the data contained the
following information: first and l

Senin, 23 May 2016
Faxing faux pas compromises patients' mental health records

"A businesswoman has gone public with a story about how a careless
faxing mistake has compromised dozens of patients' mental health records
over the course of the last decade.

Lisa Belanger, a spa owner who lives in Bedford, Nova Scotia, contacted
CBC News to te

Senin, 23 May 2016
Google employees’ details breached in vendor’s email bungle

"Google employees’ personal details have been spilled by a vendor who
handles the company’s benefits management.

Somebody working at the third-party vendor accidentally breached the
employees’ information by sending an email with sensitive data to a

Senin, 23 May 2016
New Variant of TinyPOS Discovered

"While we wait to discover what and how the Trump Hotel Collection was
breached, a new version of the TinyPOS point-of-sale (PoS) malware has
been discovered by Foregenix.

This malware functions as a typical memory scraper. It gathers input
card data before the syst

Senin, 23 May 2016
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