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Submitted by slcsecurity on Sat, 05/04/2013 - 04:41
A US military contractor was allegedly hacked by those associated with the Chinese military. The company reportedly ignored signs of security breaches, allowing hackers to access military technology and classified documents for three years.
QinetiQ North America was attacked by a Shanghai-based hacker group from 2007 to 2010, Bloomberg reported on Thursday. The hacking collective has been coined the “Comment Crew” by security experts.
The company is known for its contributions to national security – including software used by US forces in Afghanistan and the Middle East.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Fri, 04/19/2013 - 14:34
Emails about Boston Marathon explosions may contain malware
Sadly, it’s no surprise that cybercriminals are using the tragic explosions that took place at the Boston Marathon to try to scam you. Beware of emails with subject lines such as “2 Explosions at Boston Marathon” or “Boston Explosion Caught on Video” even if the email appears to come from someone you know.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Fri, 04/12/2013 - 03:17
If you're nervous about flying, this won't allay your fears about hopping on a plane, so you might want to look away now. The Hack In The Box security conference taking place in Amsterdam this week has thrown up some interesting talks - but none so concerning as 'Aircraft Hacking: Practical Aero Series' by Hugo Teso.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Tue, 04/09/2013 - 15:14
(April 8, 2013) The Cutwail botnet is sending out spam that attempts to infect Android devices with a Trojan horse program. The malware, which is being called Stels, also takes steps to infect other operating systems. When users click on the provided link in messages that appear to be from legitimate sources, such as the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), a script checks to see if the user is on an Android device. If Android is detected, users are shown an Adobe Flash Update page, which installs the malware.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Tue, 04/09/2013 - 14:37
It should be noted that on 3 separate occasions we have received calls from a company with three separate phone number claiming to be from Google verifying business listings. The key to realizing that it's not Google is the fact that they use VOIP and that the person on the other end of the line ask who they are speaking with today. It appears as though these telemarketers are using Google maps to get numbers of business, they call and state that they are verifying Google business listings but it's a scam.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Mon, 04/08/2013 - 10:17
A top South Korean national security official said Sunday that North Korea may be preparing a missile test or another provocative act this week by warning it soon will be unable to guarantee diplomats' safety in Pyongyang.
Kim Jang-Soo - chief national security adviser to President Park Geun-Hye said a test-launch or other provocation could come before or after Wednesday, the date by which the North has suggested diplomats leave the capital, Pyongyang.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Mon, 04/08/2013 - 01:10
The massive Cutwail botnet has been pushing out spam containing malicious links in an attempt to spread Android malware, marking a significant milestone in the evolution of the mobile threat, security researchers have warned.
Dell SecureWorks discovered the new ‘Stels Trojan’, which can steal users’ contacts, text messages, install additional malware and make calls. Its delivery method is particularly rare for an Android threat – traditionally attackers have used official and unofficial app stores to push malware, disguised as legitimate apps.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Wed, 03/27/2013 - 16:46
An anti-span nonprofit is under attack from a hosting company called Cyberbunker. As a result, the whole internet is sluggish today. Turns out that's a side effect of sharing the internet with the largest public distributed denial of service attack (DDoS) in history.
Submitted by slcsecurity on Wed, 03/27/2013 - 16:45
Some wells fargo sign building 630customers of Wells Fargo (NYSE:WFC) were unable to access their accounts on Tuesday.
The bank’s online operations were disrupted by hackers, who launched a denial-of-service attack on its website. The attacks, which feature a barrage of access attempts, overwhelming a website’s ability to handle them all, does not compromise secure data, the Los Angeles Times notes.