RESEARCHERS SOLVE JUNIPER BACKDOOR MYSTERY; SIGNS POINT TO NSA

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans “Although the party behind the Juniper backdoor could be the NSA or an NSA spying partner like the UK or Israel, news reports last week quoted unnamed US officials saying they don’t believe the US intelligence community is behind it, and…

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Apple may face fines as it is refusing backdoor access to data

United States may fine Apple for refusing to create backdoor for data access Apple may face problems same as Yahoo faced in 2007 when it refused to participate in the PRISM program,which set a precedent for non-compliance with government demands. Apple may get in deep trouble as it has refused…

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New backdoor worm found attacking websites running Apache Tomcat

  Researchers have identified new self-replicating malware that infects computers running the Apache Tomcat Web server with a backdoor that can be used to attack other machines. Java.Tomdep, as the backdoor worm has been dubbed, is Java Servlet-based code that gives Apache Tomcat platforms malicious capabilities. It causes infected machines to maintain Internet…

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Barracuda moves to shutter backdoor access to its network gear

Barracuda Networks released a new update on Monday to further mitigate a security issue that could have allowed attackers to gain unauthorized access to some of its network security appliances through backdoor accounts originally intended for remote support. The company apologized to customers for its design decisions that led to…

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Why Does ZTE’s Score M Have a Built-In Backdoor Hole?

The Chinese handset maker’s entry level Android smartphone can be taken over by anyone with a hard-coded password, and guess what&#151it’s been published on the Internet. View full post on PCMag.com Security … View full post on National Cyber Security

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