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  • The week in security: Controversy, lessons from Ashley Madison hack; Australia joins worst DDoS offenders

    A cyberattack on the US Internal Revenue Service, reported earlier this year, now seems to be worse than originally thought. Yet the most attention was on the publication of the records from the recent Ashley Madison hack, which set tongues wagging around the world and had the site's parent company scouring the records to confirm their authenticity. Analysis of the released records, which include source code and email records, showed that internal technical experts had raised concerns about the site's security as much as a year ago. And some believe the high-profile hack willlead to a tiered Internet, while others believe it has important lessons for CSOs and could lead to a wave of spear phishing attacks.

    David Braue | 24 Aug | Read more

  • The Sony leak Scandal - What we know so far

    In what has been one of the most momentous years in infosec ever - the Sony hack has topped everything. Although the Sony hack did not impact as many people directly as Apple's "goto: fail" bug or the Heartbleed exploit, the commercial and political ramifications of the attack on Sony have garnered more attention than any other attack - surpassing even the target attack in November 2013.

    Anthony Caruana | 25 Dec | Read more

  • Attackers trading malware for privilege

    Hackers will use malware, among other techniques, to break into enterprise systems but once they're in, they're likely to switch away from malware to abusing privileged accounts, according to a report released today by CyberArk Software, Ltd., an Israel-based vendor of security solutions for privileged accounts.

    Maria Korolov | 20 Nov | Read more

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