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Monthly Archives: April 2015

18 Year-Old Security Flaw Discovered in All Versions of Windows

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An 18 year-old security flaw has been recently discovered which affects all versions of Windows and lets an attacker steal a victim’s information from some of the products and services in the victim’s network. Cylance cybersecurity firm disclosed the flaw and mentions in a blog post that this was based on a security hole dating back to 1997.

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$1 Million Stolen Using Dyre Wolf Malware + Social Engineering Tactics


Hackers have stolen millions from various enterprises in an attack using a variation of the Dyre Wolf Malware plus some Social Engineering tactics. These attackers have  come up with a sophisticated method that consists of spear phishing, malware and DDOS attacks during this crime.

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British Airways Executive Club Accounts Suffer from Cyberattack

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A few members of the British Airways Executive Club complained about their points from their accounts getting stolen. Some of these points were used to book a hotel room and others had all their points wiped out. According to a report from BBC, this issue was dated back at least 2 weeks.

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