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Video platform Dailymotion takes steps to contain credential stuffing attack

Attackers have launched an ongoing credential stuffing campaign against the online video streaming service Dailymotion, compromising the data of an unspecified number of users in the process. A property of French media and entertainment company Vivendi SA, Paris-based Dailymotion said in a Jan. 25 press alert that its technical teams “successfully contained” the attack “following…
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Google may contractually require OEMs to perform regular patching

Google is looking into the possibility of requiring device manufacturers to regularly patch their devices, by incorporating such a provision into future OEM agreements, Google head of Android security David Kleidermacher announced in a presentation at the Google I/O Developer Conference last week.
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PDF exploit built to combine zero-day Windows and Adobe Reader bugs

A privilege escalation vulnerability that was patched last week in Microsoft Windows and an Adobe Reader remote code execution bug that was fixed yesterday in a product update were both jointly targeted by a PDF-based zero-day exploit prior to their discovery, researchers from ESET reported today. In a blog post describing the dual exploit, Anton Cherepanov,…
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Mobile Security

Three more Android malware families invade Google Play Store

Collectively downloaded millions of times, 158 fake Android applications containing mobile malware were recently found smuggled into the Google Play Store, according to a trio of separate research reports that were published within days of each other. Researchers at McAfee did the heaviest lifting, spotting Grobas, a program that pushes unwanted apps, in 144 trojanized…
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