Twitter blocks US spy agencies from getting key terror alerts

In a pilot programme, Dataminr gave the US intelligence services an API
enabling them to download the data in real-time and do mass analysis.
But while it will continue offering this service to the corporate
security, financial and other industries, it has now turned away the sp

Kamis, 26 May 2016
Russian Hacker Selling 1.17 Billion Stolen Records for Less than $1

A Russian hacker nicknamed "The Collector" is selling a stash of 1.17
billion stolen email addresses, some of which come with login
credentials, for only 50 Rubles, which is approximately 76 US cents.
In a blog post today, Hold Security reveals how they found the data<

Kamis, 26 May 2016
Calling the SWAT team on your neighbor could soon carry a 20-year prison sentence

A potentially lethal form of prank-calling could soon be banned  with
stiffer penalties, under a piece of legislation that just passed a
crucial vote in Congress.

The bill takes aim at a tactic known as "swatting" — where a prankster
calls the police

Kamis, 26 May 2016
Five-Year-Old Android Flaw Exposes SMS, Call History

A five-year-old Android vulnerability disclosed today affects hundreds
of different device models going back to Jelly Bean 4.3. Older devices
are at the greatest risk; newer devices running Android with SE Android,
the OS’ implementation of Security Enhanced Linux, are at

Kamis, 26 May 2016
New Skype spam leads to Trojan download

Today, we’ve been alerted about an ongoing spam campaign against Skype
users. The majority of those affected are in India, Japan, and the
For those who are new to Skype spam, note that this modus operandi has
been reused countless times, and it

Selasa, 24 May 2016
7ev3n ransomware alters name, asks for much lower ransom

A variant of 7ev3n ransomware has modified its name and begun asking
victims for a considerably lower ransom fee than it was seeking just a
few months ago.

Security researchers originally detected the 7ev3n ransomware back in
January of this year.

Though it hasn&

Selasa, 24 May 2016
AlphaLocker Is the Most Professional Ransomware Kit to Date

According to security experts from Cylance, in the underground world of
ransomware peddlers, there's no ransomware kit better than AlphaLocker,
sold by a Russia malware coder for around $65.
Luckily for us, other security experts have already cracked its secrets
over t

Selasa, 24 May 2016
Cisco ‘High Severity’ Flaw Lets Malware Bypass FirePower Firewall

Technology vendor Cisco is pushing out security updates to customers to
address a critical vulnerability found in its recently introduced line
of FirePower firewall products. The vulnerability, according to Cisco,
allows attackers to slip malware onto critical systems without

Selasa, 24 May 2016
Intel buys Italian startup Yogitech to beef up self-driving car safety

Intel is expanding its Internet of Things horizons with the acquisition
of Italian startup Yogitech S.p.A, which designs systems to ensure the
functional safety of semiconductors used in the automotive industry.

Ken Caviasca, who is vice president and general manager of platfo

Selasa, 24 May 2016
How Bad is Badlock (CVE-2016-0128/CVE-2016-2118)?

News about Badlock vulnerability affecting Windows computers and Samba
servers started showing up on Twitter and media around three weeks ago.
The site badlock[.]org was registered on March 11 according to WHOIS.
There has been a lot of guessing and speculation around this

Selasa, 24 May 2016
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