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Proposed CFAA revisions agitate IT security community

Proposed CFAA revisions agitate IT security community

The security community is voicing concern over proposed revisions to the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) by taking to Twitter and personal blogs.

CTB-Locker ransomware variant being distributed in spam campaign

CTB-Locker ransomware variant being distributed in spam campaign

As part of a recent spam campaign, Trend Micro researchers observed a variant of CTB-Locker ransomware asking for 3 Bitcoins within 96 hours.

Analysts detail spying tool Regin's malicious modules

Analysts detail spying tool Regin's malicious modules

Two stand-alone modules, dubbed Hopscotch and Legspin, were analyzed by Kaspersky Lab.

NAFCU asks Congress to create bipartisan data breach working group

NAFCU asks Congress to create bipartisan data breach working group

The National Association of Federal Credit Unions sent Congressional leaders a letter calling for the creation of a bipartisan working group to shape breach legislation.

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Fuel tank gauges vulnerable to attackers

More than 5,000 ATGs nationwide are vulnerable to attack through exposed serial port interfaces.

Due to hack, Sony requests financial filing extension

The entertainment giant must delay filing its third quarter earnings, since its networks still haven't recovered from a major cyberattack.

Man receives jail time for Bitcoin operation on Silk Road

Robert Faiella would sell Bitcoins to Silk Road users looking to make illegal purchases on the marketplace after using BitInstant to exchange cash for the digital currency.

HITRUST, Deloitte slate cyber town halls for health care orgs

The HITRUST Alliance and Deloitte will coordinate cyber town hall meetings in major U.S. cities.

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Grill parts website experiences system intrusion, payment card breach

Certain individuals who payment cards on a grill parts website are being notified that their information may have been compromised as a result of a series of cyber attacks.

Minnesota university warns of 'likely' breach

Metropolitan State University wants faculty, staff and students to know that an attacker may have breached its web server to access a database that contained their personal information.

Malware found on POS systems at four Wingstop locations

Malware was found on POS systems at four independently owned and operated Wingstop locations, and it could have enabled attackers to capture customer payment card information.

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