9 posts from December 2012

December 20, 2012

Trend #1: Government Malware Goes Commercial Trend #2: Black Clouds on the Horizon Trend #3: Strength in Numbers Trend #4: APT Targets the Little Guy Trend #5: Hacktivism Gets Process Driven Trend #5: Hacktivism Gets...Read More
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Trend #1: Government Malware Goes Commercial Trend #2: Black Clouds on the Horizon Trend #3: Strength in Numbers Trend #4: APT Targets the Little Guy Trend #5: Hacktivism Gets Process Driven Trend #4: APT Targets...Read More
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Trend #1: Government Malware Goes Commercial Trend #2: Black Clouds on the Horizon Trend #3: Strength in Numbers Trend #4: APT Targets the Little Guy Trend #5: Hacktivism Gets Process Driven Trend #3: Strength in...Read More
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Trend #1: Government Malware Goes Commercial Trend #2: Black Clouds on the Horizon Trend #3: Strength in Numbers Trend #4: APT Targets the Little Guy Trend #5: Hacktivism Gets Process Driven Trend #2: Black Clouds...Read More
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Trend #1: Government Malware Goes Commercial Trend #2: Black Clouds on the Horizon Trend #3: Strength in Numbers Trend #4: APT Targets the Little Guy Trend #5: Hacktivism Gets Process Driven What will happen in...Read More
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December 18, 2012

Yesterday, the Iranian CERT made an announcement about a new piece of malware that was designed to corrupt data. This malware joins the list of data corruption malware discovered in April, November and December 2012...Read More
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December 17, 2012

Our anti-antivirus study got a lot of attention (you could say it went viral). Most interestingly, people called our methodology “flawed.” While our report acknowledged the limitations of our methodology, we believe that, fundamentally, the...Read More
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December 12, 2012

In a recent public disclosure via pastebin.com TeamGhostShell claimed to have stolen 1.6 million records off public websites such as NASA, FBI and more under a project named “Project White Fox.” An open letter that...Read More
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December 06, 2012

A new attack makes some password cracking faster, easier than ever. A researcher has devised a method that reduces the time and resources required to crack passwords that are protected by the SHA1 cryptographic algorithm....Read More
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