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Spoofers Hacked AOL Mail Accounts for Sending Spam

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If your friend getting spam emails from you AOL account or you are hacked by spoofers  and  spreading  spam  than you are  not  only one who are the victim . Resources confirmed there are a list of accounts hacked by spoofers in order to achieve their email promotion goals.   There is a difference between hacked and spoofed, In being  hacked use lost its accounts  but  in being  spoofed user use their account and can change  passwords as well   In internet the name of AOL  Mail is not  new 21 March 1993 but after yahoo and  Gmail comes  users star moving  …continue reading

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FireEye made Google to install patche against a malware that sending victims to phishing sites

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bl A malicious Android application spotted by FireEye – security vendor, that could modify the icons of other applications so that when they’re launched, they send victims to a phishing website. Google has issued a patch for that. The user give application permissions thought to have no malicious possibilities. Android users aren’t warned about granting those permissions when they install an application, FireEye wrote. But “using these normal permissions, allow malicious application to modify configuration settings of Android’s Launcher, including that of icons. FireEye developed a proof-of-concept attack using Google’s Nexus 7 tablet running Android version 4.2.2 to show icons …continue reading

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ProtectMyID: Understand that wiring money is like sending cash. Protect yourself. Don’t be #scammed.

ProtectMyID: Understand that wiring money is like sending cash. Protect yourself. Don’t be #scammed.
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HTCS1: HTCS1is not sending out DM! We are working on the problem now.

HTCS1: HTCS1is not sending out DM! We are working on the problem now.

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O2 caught sending mobile phone numbers to websites

UK network O2 has found itself at the centre of an embarrassing data privacy storm after it emerged that it allows websites to see the mobile numbers of all subscribers that browse the Internet using its 3G data service.

The controversy was set off by a single O2 user, Lewis Peckover, who noticed that his mobile number was being sent to every website embedded in plain text as part of the http header.

Extraordinarily, the numbers appears to be forwarded by O2’s own servers when users connect to the Internet through its 3G service; anyone using a WiFi connection will not be affected because they are not traversing that infrastructure.

Given the potential for websites to capture numbers for text spamming, annoyed users have bombarded O2’s Twitter feed with complaints to which the network found itself responding with a stock tweet to every user who raised the issue.

“Hi there, we’re looking into this as we speak – it’s important to us. Once we’ve got an update, we’ll share it,” tweeted O2.

It turns out that the issue is not new. Graham Cluley of Sophos points out that the issue was first made public in March 2010 at the CanSecWest conference in Vancouver by researcher Collin Mulliner.

The proxying by O2 is not particularly surprising, indeed all mobile networks probably do it to optimise web traffic to cross their hard-pressed 3G networks efficiently. The question is why O2 thinks it important to insert a sensitive piece of information such as a mobile phone number into data sent to websites.

It could just be inserted automatically without the intention having been to give websites the ability to see phone numbers.

So far rival networks – Vodafone, 3 and Orange/T-Mobile – don’t appear to be affected by the number forwarding issue.

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Sending up polly follies

Jonathan Lynn tries to stay ahead of polly follies, writes Daniel Ziffer.

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HTCS1: The FBI arrest the man accused of sending out nude photos of actress Scarlett Johansson. Read more at http://t.co/yeuGGRfK

HTCS1: The FBI arrest the man accused of sending out nude photos of actress Scarlett Johansson. Read more at http://t.co/yeuGGRfK

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Japan to prep for cyber-attack by sending ‘infected’ e-mail to staff

The e-mails with an attachment containing the fake virus will be sent to the employees. -Yomiuri Shimbun/ANN

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