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Outdated version of mPDF library contained serious security bug.
The research team said it has shared its findings with law enforcement and victims are being notified.
At the moment, it is unclear how many Newegg customers have been impacted. The IT security researchers at RiskIQ and Volexity have announced that Newegg Inc., an online retailer of items including computer hardware and consumer electronics has become a victim of a cyber attack in which hackers have stolen credit card details of its customers. According to […]
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A new report shows that illicit cryptomining malware is growing by leaps and bounds on the networks of unsuspecting victims.
New standards offer protection against hacking, credential theft, phishing attacks, and hope for the end of an era of passwords as a security construct.
The trio behind Mirai sentenced to probation and public service in return for cooperation with law enforcement and researchers.
The three hackers behind the infamous Mirai botnet have been helping law enforcement take down cybercriminals across the globe.
Citing "extraordinary cooperation" with the government, a court in Alaska on Tuesday sentenced three men to probation, community service and fines for their admitted roles in authoring and using "Mirai," a potent malware strain used in countless attacks designed to knock Web sites offline -- including an enormously powerful attack in 2016 that sidelined this Web site for nearly four days.
Overall seven flaws were patched - including one critical vulnerability that could lead to arbitrary code execution.
It is quite unlikely that somebody would be naïve enough to upload a copy of a newly released movie on his Facebook page with his real name since this would lead the law enforcement straight to the person, that too, in no time. However, it seems that there is one such person and his name […]
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