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Security News hit with another malware attack

For the second time in four months,'s website has been victimized by hackers. The latest attack, believed caused by an IFRAME injection vulnerability, forced the jobs website to take part of its web presence offline Monday.
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Spammers crack Windows Live Mail security

Spammers have developed bots that are capable of signing up and creating random accounts on Microsoft's Windows Live Mail service, according to security researchers at Websense.
Iranian hackers targeting critical infrastructure

Russian DragonFly hackers accessed electrical utilities control rooms in lengthy campaign

The Russian DragonFly APT group, which last year broke into air-gapped networks run by U.S. electric utilities in a likely ongoing campaign that victimized hundreds, accessed the providers’ control rooms where they could have caused blackouts and other damage. The group, which also goes by Energetic Bear, used phishing and waterhole attacks to gain access…
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ZeuS vs. online authentication, Part 1

Experi-Metal v Comerica Bank: Banking Trojan Litigation Analyzed. Is today's authentication sufficient to protect against the latest ZeuS banking trojan attacks?

DOJ reveals arrest and indictment of three FIN7 cybercriminal masterminds

US v Hladyr indictment Three key players in the infamous FIN7 cybercriminal organization that since 2015 has specialized in stealing payment card and financial data from hacked businesses around the world have been arrested and charged in one of the largest FBI cyber investigations of its kind, U.S. Department of Justice officials announced today. The trio of suspects,…

Double trouble: TwoFace webshell linked to malicious websites targeting Israeli institutions

An analysis of a recently discovered webshell used to harvest credentials from an unnamed Middle Eastern organization has unearthed a complex malicious infrastructure that appears to be targeting Israeli institutions and may possibly be linked to the Iranian APT group OilRig, according to researchers. The webshell, called TwoFace, was discovered by Palo Alto Networks’ Unit…
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