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  • New Adobe Flash Player exploit used by Magnitude and Nuclear exploit kits

    Symantec Security Response Blogs
    Exploit kits (EKs) including Magnitude and Nuclear have begun to exploit a type confusion vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player (CVE-2016-1019).






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  • Customer Perspective: Five Questions with Entertainment Partners

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Entertainment Partners  (EP) is a global leader in payroll and associated services for the entertainment industry, with 16 offices in the U.S., Canada, London and Tokyo. The company’s Program Manager, Robert Konopka, sat down with Trend Micro to discuss his key data center challenges and some best practise approaches to securing hybrid cloud environments. Can you explain...
  • Monthly Threat Webinar Series with Jon Clay

    Trend Micro - Cloud Security Blog
    Business Email Compromise – A Major Threat per FBI I was a little late getting to my monthly threat webinar due to spring break and other commitments, but that doesn’t mean the topic is not important.  For March I wanted to cover the threat known as Business Email Compromise (BEC) which the US FBI issued...
  • ATM Malware on the Rise

    TrendLabs - Malware Blog
    Automated Teller Machines (ATM) are no longer just affected by the physical attempt of emptying the money safe. Now logical attacks on ATMs are slowly being recognized as an emerging threat by the security industry and law enforcement agencies. ATM malware had been detected by various researchers for a few years now and we have already seen incidents of their successful use. For this type of crime, malware, specifically targeting ATMs, is employed. The shift to the digital means of attack reveals a realization among criminal groups–that the use of malware is an easier and safer way to steal money and card information from ATMs. This tendency will only grow in the future and should make us mindful of the different pathways criminal groups have gained access to and have created for themselves.
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    ATM Malware on the Rise
  • ATM Malware on the Rise

    Trend Micro - Security Intelligence
    Automated Teller Machines (ATM) are no longer just affected by the physical attempt of emptying the money safe. Now logical attacks on ATMs are slowly being recognized as an emerging threat by the security industry and law enforcement agencies. ATM malware had been detected by various researchers for a few years now and we have already seen incidents of their successful use. For this type of crime, malware, specifically targeting ATMs, is employed. The shift to the digital means of attack reveals a realization among criminal groups–that the use of malware is an easier and safer way to steal money and card information from ATMs. This tendency will only grow in the future and should make us mindful of the different pathways criminal groups have gained access to and have created for themselves.
    Post from: Trendlabs Security Intelligence Blog - by Trend Micro
    ATM Malware on the Rise
  • The Panama Papers – could it happen to you?

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Want to avoid your very own Panama Papers breach? The best place to start...is at the beginning!
  • Scammer fakes kidnapping using information posted on Facebook

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Conjure up your greatest fear about posting stuff on social media. It can't be worse than what seems to have happened to Hector Martinez.
  • Facebook to tackle how shady advertisers rip off users

    Sophos - Naked Security
    They steal fashion images to bait-and-switch shoddy clothes on Facebook. You get what you pay for: flimsy, teensy knock-offs that smell bad.
  • Why the FBI director puts tape over his webcam – and you should too

    Sophos - Naked Security
    The FBI director admitted last week that he covers his laptop's webcam with tape because "I saw somebody smarter than I am had a piece of tape over their camera"
  • HTTPS for everyone: WordPress adds encryption for all customer sites

    Sophos - Naked Security
    Serving up your website using HTTPS is good for security and for search engine reputation, so WordPress will do it for you, just like that.

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