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Developers of Web 2.0 apps must build in security from the start

When notice of a widespread phishing attack against MySpace members was posted in a June Google security blog, Colin Whittaker, a Google anti-phishing team member (who posted the blog), thought it noteworthy that this phishing attack spread through MySpace itself, not email or IM links.
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IT security reboot 2006: The year’s top news

As part of SC Magazine's year-end roundup, the U.S. editorial team compiled lists of the most memorable - and sometimes most outrageous - news to cross your screen this year.
APTs/cyberespionage, Government, Government/Defense, Phishing, Security News

Iran hackers targeted presidential campaign, journalists

A threat group, dubbed Phosphorus, that Microsoft believes to be linked to Iran’s government targeted email accounts associated with a presidential campaign as well as government officials, journalists and prominent Iranians living outside the country. “In a 30-day period between August and September, the Microsoft Threat Intelligence Center (MSTIC) observed Phosphorus making more than 2,700…
Legal, Security News

Microsoft grabs APT35/Charming Kitten websites in court ordered take down

Working under a court order Microsoft seized control of 99 websites allegedly controlled by the Iranian hacker group APT 35. Microsoft obtained clearance to take action against APT35 (aka Phosphorus, Charming Kitten, Ajax Security Team) by the U.S. District Court for Washington, D.C. after the company took legal action against the group. APT35 has been…
Network Security, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Google patches Chrome flaw used in mysterious WizardOpium exploit attack

Google last Thursday issued an update to its Chrome browser for Windows, Mac and Linux desktop environments, fixing two high-level vulnerabilities, including one that mysterious attackers have been exploiting as a zero day to deliver malware. The two bugs, fixed in version 78.0.3904.87, were identified as CVE-2019-13721, a use-after-free in PDFium, and CVE-2019-13720 a use-after-free…
Cybercrime, Security News, Vulnerabilities

Attackers exploit GDPR compliance plug-in for WordPress

A WordPress plug-in that’s supposed to help with GDPR compliance contains a dangerous privilege escalation vulnerability that attackers have been actively exploiting to compromise websites. Known as the WP GDPR Compliance plug-in, the software module helps ensure compliance with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation by providing tools through which site visitors can permit use of their…
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