Tag: hacking

TeaMp0isoN Hacker Hex00010 Offers AtMail Email Exploit

TeaMp0isoN Hacker Hex00010 Offers AtMail Email Exploit

| June 14, 2012 | 1 Reply

Darren Pauli SC Magazine   AtMail email exploit found? A recent member of the prominent hacking group Team Poison (TeaMp0isoN) is hawking what they claim is an exploit for the webmail system used by several prominent blue chip companies. The former group member, known as Hex00010, said the undisclosed exploit allegedly in AtMail “allows  full root access to the […]

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LulzSec Reborn Leaks 10,000 Twitter Accounts

LulzSec Reborn Leaks 10,000 Twitter Accounts

| June 13, 2012 | 2 Replies

  Kevin Parrish Tom’s Guide   Use TweetGif? LulzSec Reborn leak may have your number. PC Magazine reports that LulzSec Reborn has leaked around 10,000 Twitter usernames and passwords of members who use TweetGif, an animated Gif-sharing application. Currently the motivation behind the leak is unknown at this point, as the group’s Pastebin announcement merely points to a destination […]

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Secret Document Warns of Cyber Attack on Canada

Secret Document Warns of Cyber Attack on Canada

| June 10, 2012 | Reply

Andrew Mayeda and Hugo Miller Bloomberg News   A cyber attack on Canada may be on the horizon. Cyber attacks pose a greater risk to Canada’s economic prosperity than the government previously believed and the country lacks the tools to fight hackers, officials warn in internal documents obtained by Bloomberg News. “All new knowledge obtained […]

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SwaggSec Hackers Leak China Telecom and Warner Brothers Data

SwaggSec Hackers Leak China Telecom and Warner Brothers Data

| June 10, 2012 | 1 Reply

Jeremy Kirk ComputerWorld    A hacking group is claiming to have breached the networks of Warner Bros. and China Telecom, releasing documents and publishing login credentials. Swagger Security, or “SwaggSec,” announced the breach Sunday on Pastebin, providing a link to the files on The Pirate Bay. The group has been active since early this year when it […]

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Hackers Are Playing The Game For Big Money Jackpots

Hackers Are Playing The Game For Big Money Jackpots

| June 9, 2012 | 2 Replies

Tomer Teller CNBC   Back in 2010, the FBI joined law enforcement agencies across the globe in shutting down a criminal operation that stole some $70 million from U.S. banks. The gang’s weapon of choice was not a machine gun or a set of safe-cracking tools. Instead, the gang relied on the infamous ZeuS Trojan […]

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Hackers Have Backdoor Access US Weapons Systems Via Microchip

Hackers Have Backdoor Access US Weapons Systems Via Microchip

| June 9, 2012 | 1 Reply

Mark Clayton Christian Science Monitor   A secret nanoscale “backdoor” etched into the silicon of a supposedly secure programmable chip could give cyberattackers access to classified US weapons systems, including guidance, flight control, networking, and communications systems, according to a new report by cybersecurity researchers in Britain. The Cambridge University study is apparently the first public documentation […]

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Security Alert: New Android Fake Gmail Malware “DDSpy” Steals Your Privacy

Security Alert: New Android Fake Gmail Malware “DDSpy” Steals Your Privacy

| June 8, 2012 | 5 Replies

  NQ Mobile   NQ Mobile’s Security Research Center recently uncovered new Android malware—DDSpy—which disguises itself as Gmail and runs silently in the background, stealing your personal data. If you’re infected with this malicious application, you won’t see an icon for it. Instead, it will hide in your app list and wait for instructions from […]

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End Of The World As We Know It – Cyber Terror Apocalypse Coming

End Of The World As We Know It – Cyber Terror Apocalypse Coming

| June 8, 2012 | 4 Replies

BeforeItsNews.com   After his eponymously-named lab discovered Flame, “the most sophisticated cyber weapon yet unleashed,” Eugene Kaspersky believes that the evolving threat of “cyber terrorism” could spell the end of life on Earth as we know it. Doomsday scenarios are a common occurrence in 2012, but coming from a steely-eyed realist like Eugene Kaspersky, his […]

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FBI Investigating Classified Stuxnet Cyberattack Leak

FBI Investigating Classified Stuxnet Cyberattack Leak

| June 6, 2012 | 2 Replies

Ms. Smith NetworkWorld   The FBI is investigating who spilled national security secrets, this time about Stuxnet and the classified cyberattack program the U.S. launched against Iran nuclear facilities. Senator Feinstein has called for Capitol Hill hearings into the leak since ‘disclosures of this type endanger American lives and undermine America’s national security.’ It’s not […]

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