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Google revised Chrome 27 to Fix Flash Plugin Vulnerability

17:15 24 September in Latest Threats
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[caption id="attachment_472" align="aligncenter" width="585"] Chrome clickhijack vulnerability fixed.[/caption] Google has addressed the issue with the release of the latest stable channel update for Chrome. Chrome 27.0.1453.116 for Windows, Macintosh and Chrome Frame platforms addresses the security hole that could have been leveraged by hackers to trick users...

Edward Snowden Claims He Has Evidence That the NSA Has Been Hacking China Since 2009

17:15 23 September in Latest Threats
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Edward Snowden, the man who became known all over the world after leaking details on the US National Security Agency’s PRISM surveillance program, has reiterated the fact that the United States is “hacking everyone everywhere.” In an interview he had with the South China Morning Post...

Trojan Uses False Adobe Certificate to Avoid Detection

17:15 22 September in Latest Threats
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It’s not unusual for cybercriminals to sign their creations with digital certificates, because the technique increases the malware’s chances to escape being detected by antivirus solutions. Symantec experts have spotted another fascinating example. The malware, detected by Symantec as Backdoor.Trojan, is disguised as a file called...

DHS notifies of vulnerabilities in hospital medical devices

05:15 21 September in Latest Threats
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Has your doctor's anesthesia apparatus been hacked? The US Department of Homeland Security has notified hospitals and health centers that many of the electronic medical devices in use at their facilities may be vulnerable to cyber-security attacks. The affected machines include surgical and anesthesia devices, ventilators, drug...

Australia Attacked by Dozens of Cyberattacks Per Week, 80% Said to Be State Sponsored

17:15 20 September in Latest Threats
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Talking at the Australian Defence Magazine cyber security meeting in Canberra, Major General Stephen Day, deputy director of cyber and information security at the Australian Signals Directorate, has discovered that the country is hit by dozens of malicious cyberattacks every week. Till Day, 789 attacks...