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Millions of health records stolen in largest health care breach yet

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Millions of health records stolen in largest health care breach yet

Hackers targeting hospitals and patients is a growing epidemic. Records that include names, birthdates, Social Security numbers and payment information are just some of the things they are stealing. Read our article on why you must pay attention to hospital hacks to see how your life could also be in danger. Read More….

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Iranian Hackers Accessed Millions of Users’ Info on Telegram Messaging App

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Iranian Hackers Accessed Millions of Users’ Info on Telegram Messaging App

Hackers believed to be associated with Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) accessed user accounts of the secure messaging app Telegram earlier this year, identifying the phone numbers of millions of Iranians, Reuters reported on Tuesday. The breach was is the largest yet of the secure messaging system, cybersecurity experts told Reuters. Read More….

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10 million Android devices affected by Chinese malware earning millions for hackers

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10 million Android devices affected by Chinese malware earning millions for hackers

Check Point, a cybersecurity software maker, estimates that at least 10 million Android devices have been infected by the HummingBad malware since it was seen last February. The malware generates US$300,000 a month of ad revenue for the hacking group. The cybersecurity company has been monitoring the malware for months, which has seen a steady […]

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Critical Flaws In Symantec Security Tools Expose Millions Of Computers To Hacking

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A top level Google security researcher has found a series of critical vulnerabilities in most of Symantec’s enterprise and consumer products, that were, apparently, ridiculously easy to exploit by hackers. Symantec, which patched the eight security flaws discovered said: “Fixes are currently in place, and updates are now available for customers to install.” The vulnerabilities […]

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A hacker is advertising millions of stolen health records on the dark web

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A hacker who claims to have obtained more than ten million health records is selling the data to the highest bidder on the dark web. The seller, who goes by the name “thedarkoverlord” began listing the data over the weekend, but could not be immediately contacted on Monday. The largest batch of data, which the […]

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2 plead guilty in spamming scheme that targeted millions

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Two men have pleaded guilty for their roles in a computer hacking and spamming scheme that federal prosecutors in New Jersey say compromised the personal information of tens of millions of people. Tomasz Chmielarz, of Rutherford, New Jersey, and Devin McArthur, of Ellicott City, Maryland, pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges Thursday. Authorities say the men […]

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Millions of LinkedIn passwords and email addresses published online

startup-photos-681x333Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. LinkedIn has revealed millions of its users’ email addresses and passwords have been published online from a security breach that occurred in 2012. The leak could affect more than 100 […]

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ISIS to unleash TENS OF MILLIONS of jihadi hackers on West in blitz worse than NUCLEAR WAR

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ISIS to unleash TENS OF MILLIONS of jihadi hackers on West in blitz worse than NUCLEAR WAR

The computer security expert, who invented the McAfee anti-virus software, claimed “fifteen to 25 percent” of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims are extremists, meaning ISIS could have an army of 400 million fanatical followers ready to strike at any minute.  Computer boffins at the terrorists’ headquarters in Raqqa have developed a secret smartphone application designed to spread Islamist propaganda and help followers carry out terrorist attacks from the comfort of their own homes. A team which may have included British hacker Junaid Hussain invented a feature which allows even the most computer illiterate of jihadis to launch sophisticated Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against websites. DDoS attacks work by flooding a site with fake traffic, causing it to grind to a halt, and have been successfully used against some of the world’s biggest companies and government departments. Experts now believe that ISIS hackers carried out a major test of the app’s capabilities last week by launching an audacious attempt to bring down the 13 root servers which keep the Internet running worldwide. Whilst the attack ultimately failed, it did temporarily slow down services across the globe and has been described as an unprecedented attempt to strike at the heart […]

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Hacker Lexicon: Botnets, the Zombie Computer Armies That Earn Hackers Millions

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Hacker Lexicon: Botnets, the Zombie Computer Armies That Earn Hackers Millions

ZOMBIE ARMIES AREN’T just invading movie screens these days. They’re also taking over the Internet in the form of massive botnets. A botnet is an army of computers, all infected with the same malware, that gives a bot herder remote control of these computers in order to surreptitiously commandeer them without their owners’ knowledge. The bot herder can send instructions to the network of computers from a command-and-control server to siphon credit card numbers and banking credentials from them or use them to launch DDoS attacks against web sites, deliver spam and other malware to victims, or conduct advertising click fraud. Botnets came up this month in a Senate Judiciary hearing with FBI Director James Comey. Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, who has previously likened botnets to weeds that do “evil things,” asked Comey for his assessment of one of the Internet’s biggest scourges, and Comey replied that there was no such thing as a “good botnet.” “Whether they’re coming at you or whether they’re standing still, it’s bad,” Comey replied. “I don’t know of a good purpose for an army of zombies.” Botnets have been around for more than a decade and have become one of the most popular methods attackers […]

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Most Sophisticated Android Bootkit Malware ever Detected; Infected Millions of Devices

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Hardly two month ago we reported about the first widely spread Android Bootkit malware, dubbed as ‘Oldboot.A‘, which infected more than 500,000 Smartphone users worldwide with Android operating system in last eight months, especially in China.Oldboot is a piece of Android malware that’s designed to re-infect Mobile devices even after a thorough cleanup. It resides in the memory of infected devices;  It modify the devices’ boot partition and booting script file to launch system service and extract malicious application during the early stage of system’s booting.Yet another alarming report about Oldboot malware has been released by the Chinese Security Researchers from ‘360 Mobile Security’. They have discovered a new variant of the Oldboot family, dubbed as ‘Oldboot.B‘, designed exactly as Oldboot.A, but new variant has advance stealth techniques. Especially, the defense against with antivirus software, malware analyzer, and automatic analysis tools. “The Oldboot Trojan family is the most significant demonstration of this trend.” researchers said.Oldboot.B, Android Bootkit malware has following abilities:It can install malicious apps silently in the background.It can inject malicious modules into system process.Prevent malware apps from uninstalling.Oldboot.B can modify the browser’s homepage.It has ability to uninstall or disable installed Mobile Antivirus softwares.   INFECTION & INSTALLING MORE MALWARE APPSOnce an Android […]

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