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1. The Hacker News — Cyber Security, Hacking...
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27610rtising agencies and the ISPs are benefited by redirecting user's traffic to the corresponding sites. This practice would mark an increase in advertisement revenue and other profits to advertisers and ISPs. During their research, the researchers logged massive amounts of Web traffic and detected around 400 injection incidents based on this technique. Most of these events happened with ISPs in China and far east countries, even if the traffic originated from Western countries, meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites thatGerman27110German hackers6211ck. How to Test DROWN OpenSSL Vulnerability? You can find out if your website is vulnerable to this critical security hole using the DROWN attack test site. However, the good news is that academic researchers uncovered the DROWN security hole and a patch for the vulnerability has already been made available with an OpenSSL update today. The Bad news is that the DROWN attack can conduct just under a minute to exploit and now that the bug has been disclosed, it may be actively used by hackers to attack servers. Here's How to Protect Yourself: OpenSSL 1.0.2 users are strongly advised to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.2g and OpenSSL 1.0.1 users are recommended to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.1s. And if you are using another version of OpenSSL for security, you should move up to the newer versions 1.0.2g or 1.0.1s. In order to protect yourself against the DROWN attack, you should ensure SSLv2 is disabled, as well as make sure that the private key isn't shared across any other servershackers5711German hackers
        
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27610rtising agencies and the ISPs are benefited by redirecting user's traffic to the corresponding sites. This practice would mark an increase in advertisement revenue and other profits to advertisers and ISPs. During their research, the researchers logged massive amounts of Web traffic and detected around 400 injection incidents based on this technique. Most of these events happened with ISPs in China and far east countries, even if the traffic originated from Western countries, meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites thatGerman27110German hackers6211ck. How to Test DROWN OpenSSL Vulnerability? You can find out if your website is vulnerable to this critical security hole using the DROWN attack test site. However, the good news is that academic researchers uncovered the DROWN security hole and a patch for the vulnerability has already been made available with an OpenSSL update today. The Bad news is that the DROWN attack can conduct just under a minute to exploit and now that the bug has been disclosed, it may be actively used by hackers to attack servers. Here's How to Protect Yourself: OpenSSL 1.0.2 users are strongly advised to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.2g and OpenSSL 1.0.1 users are recommended to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.1s. And if you are using another version of OpenSSL for security, you should move up to the newer versions 1.0.2g or 1.0.1s. In order to protect yourself against the DROWN attack, you should ensure SSLv2 is disabled, as well as make sure that the private key isn't shared across any other servershackers5711German hackers
        
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27610rtising agencies and the ISPs are benefited by redirecting user's traffic to the corresponding sites. This practice would mark an increase in advertisement revenue and other profits to advertisers and ISPs. During their research, the researchers logged massive amounts of Web traffic and detected around 400 injection incidents based on this technique. Most of these events happened with ISPs in China and far east countries, even if the traffic originated from Western countries, meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites thatGerman27110German hackers6211ck. How to Test DROWN OpenSSL Vulnerability? You can find out if your website is vulnerable to this critical security hole using the DROWN attack test site. However, the good news is that academic researchers uncovered the DROWN security hole and a patch for the vulnerability has already been made available with an OpenSSL update today. The Bad news is that the DROWN attack can conduct just under a minute to exploit and now that the bug has been disclosed, it may be actively used by hackers to attack servers. Here's How to Protect Yourself: OpenSSL 1.0.2 users are strongly advised to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.2g and OpenSSL 1.0.1 users are recommended to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.1s. And if you are using another version of OpenSSL for security, you should move up to the newer versions 1.0.2g or 1.0.1s. In order to protect yourself against the DROWN attack, you should ensure SSLv2 is disabled, as well as make sure that the private key isn't shared across any other servershackers5711German hackers
        
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27610rtising agencies and the ISPs are benefited by redirecting user's traffic to the corresponding sites. This practice would mark an increase in advertisement revenue and other profits to advertisers and ISPs. During their research, the researchers logged massive amounts of Web traffic and detected around 400 injection incidents based on this technique. Most of these events happened with ISPs in China and far east countries, even if the traffic originated from Western countries, meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites thatGerman27110German hackers6211ck. How to Test DROWN OpenSSL Vulnerability? You can find out if your website is vulnerable to this critical security hole using the DROWN attack test site. However, the good news is that academic researchers uncovered the DROWN security hole and a patch for the vulnerability has already been made available with an OpenSSL update today. The Bad news is that the DROWN attack can conduct just under a minute to exploit and now that the bug has been disclosed, it may be actively used by hackers to attack servers. Here's How to Protect Yourself: OpenSSL 1.0.2 users are strongly advised to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.2g and OpenSSL 1.0.1 users are recommended to upgrade to OpenSSL 1.0.1s. And if you are using another version of OpenSSL for security, you should move up to the newer versions 1.0.2g or 1.0.1s. In order to protect yourself against the DROWN attack, you should ensure SSLv2 is disabled, as well as make sure that the private key isn't shared across any other servershackers5711German hackers
        
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5. Just One Device? No, Government wants Apple to ...
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accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites that............meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites that...
        
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6. Apple vs. FBI — Google Joins Tim Cook in ...
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2095ook called the court order a "chilling" demand that "would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect." He argued that to help the FBI unlock the iPhone would basically providing an Encryption Backdoor that would make the products less secure. Backdoor for Government, Backdoor for All However, Apple is worried that once this backdoor gets created and handed over to the FBI, there would be chances that the backdoor will likely get into the hands of malicious hackers who could use it for evil purposes. Although many politicians, including Donald Trump, have slammed Apple's decision, Google has stepped up and taken a public stand in support of Apple's decision. "I agree 100 percent with the courts," Trump said in a statement. "But to think that Apple won't allow us to get into her cell phone, who do they think they are? No, we have to open it up." Google Sided with Apple In a series of tweets late Wednesday, Pichai sided with Apple while sahackers1595German hackers
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2095 501ook called the court order a "chilling" demand that "would undermine the very freedoms and liberty our government is meant to protect." He argued that to help the FBI unlock the iPhone would basically providing an Encryption Backdoor that would make the products less secure. Backdoor for Government, Backdoor for All However, Apple is worried that once this backdoor gets created and handed over to the FBI, there would be chances that the backdoor will likely get into the hands of malicious hackers who could use it for evil purposes. Although many politicians, including Donald Trump, have slammed Apple's decision, Google has stepped up and taken a public stand in support of Apple's decision. "I agree 100 percent with the courts," Trump said in a statement. "But to think that Apple won't allow us to get into her cell phone, who do they think they are? No, we have to open it up." Google Sided with Apple In a series of tweets late Wednesday, Pichai sided with Apple while sahackers hackers1595German hackers
        
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8. Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware i...
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7364rtising agencies and the ISPs are benefited by redirecting user's traffic to the corresponding sites. This practice would mark an increase in advertisement revenue and other profits to advertisers and ISPs. During their research, the researchers logged massive amounts of Web traffic and detected around 400 injection incidents based on this technique. Most of these events happened with ISPs in China and far east countries, even if the traffic originated from Western countries, meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites thatGerman6864German hackers8573 only to stick to SSL sites. Delivering the illegit content, or redirecting the crowd to stash the cash would end up losing the public trust on the technologies. About the Author: Rakesh Krishnan Rakesh Krishnan is a Trainee Security and Technology Writer1_b@b_1The Hacker News (THN). He is a Security Evangelist, Passionate about Information Security and Penetration Testing. His Special Field of Interests include Espionage, Bitcoin Dark Web and much more. china, Chinese Hackers, great firewall of china, hacking news, internet service providers, Malware, malware ads Latest Stories Comments () TRENDING STORIES Apple hires developer of World's Most Secure Messaging App Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware into Web Pages CTB-Locker Ransomware Spreading Rapidly, Infects Thousands of Web Servers Judge Confirms Government Paid CMU Scientists to Hack Tor Users for FBI DROWNhackers8073German hackers
        
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9. Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware i...
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7364rtising agencies and the ISPs are benefited by redirecting user's traffic to the corresponding sites. This practice would mark an increase in advertisement revenue and other profits to advertisers and ISPs. During their research, the researchers logged massive amounts of Web traffic and detected around 400 injection incidents based on this technique. Most of these events happened with ISPs in China and far east countries, even if the traffic originated from Western countries, meaning a German user accessing a website hosted in China is also susceptible to having his/her traffic injected with ads or malware. How to Mitigate? Since the companies that engage in such practices are edge ISPs - the final network providers that connect users to the Internet, users can change their Internet provider. However, the simplest way to combat this issue is for website operators to support HTTPS for their services, as all the websites that infect users are SSL-less. The sites thatGerman6864German hackers8573 only to stick to SSL sites. Delivering the illegit content, or redirecting the crowd to stash the cash would end up losing the public trust on the technologies. About the Author: Rakesh Krishnan Rakesh Krishnan is a Trainee Security and Technology Writer1_b@b_1The Hacker News (THN). He is a Security Evangelist, Passionate about Information Security and Penetration Testing. His Special Field of Interests include Espionage, Bitcoin Dark Web and much more. china, Chinese Hackers, great firewall of china, hacking news, internet service providers, Malware, malware ads Latest Stories Comments () TRENDING STORIES How to Hack a Computer from 100 Meters by Hijacking its Wireless Mouse or Keyboard Apple hires developer of World's Most Secure Messaging App Judge Confirms Government Paid CMU Scientists to Hack Tor Users for FBI Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware into Web Pages hackers8073German hackers
        
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1778202-25T08:25:00-11:00Wednesday, February 25, 2015 Mohit Kumar It seems like the world has declared war against the Cyber Criminals. In a recent update, we reported that FBI is offering $3 Million in Reward for the arrest of GameOver Zeus botnet mastermind, and meanwhile British cyber-police has taken down widely-spread RAMNIT botnet. The National Crime Agency (NCA) in a joint operation with Europol's European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) and law enforcement agencies from Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom has taken down the Ramnit "botnet", which has infected over 3.2 million computers worldwide, including 33,000 in the UK. Alike GameOver Zeus, RAMNIT is also a 'botnet' - a network of zombie computers which operate under criminal control for malicious purposes like spreading viruses, sending out spam containing malicious links, and carrying out distributed denial of service attacks (DDoS) in order to bring down target websites. RAMNITGerman17282German hackers688 Password Cracking Browser Security Tech Cyber Attacks DDoS Attack Malware Email/Gmail Hacking Cyber Espionage Vulnerabilities Vulnerability Disclosure Zero-Day Vulnerability Android Vulnerability iPhone Vulnerability Malware Ransomware Malware Malware/Virus Botnet attack Cyber Espionage Spying Encryption Tools Surveillance Tor Anonymity Network The Hacker News Cyber Security, Hacking, Technology News +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 Hackers behind Dyre Malware Busted in Police Raid 2016-02-08T00:55:00-11:00Monday, February 08, 2016 Swati Khandelwal The world's most notorious financial hacking operation disrupted by Russian authorities in November, when they raided the offices associated with a Moscow-based film and production company named 25th Floor. According to the Russian authorities, 25th Floor was allegedly involved in distributing the notorious password-stealing malware known as Dyre hackers188German hackers
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11. POS Malware — Read All Articles
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2885 United States or Chinese government had conducted the investigation. However, US government has urged for more detailed information sharing, though, White House spokesperson told Reuters that the first U.S.-Chinese dialogue was "an important step" in addressing US concerns about Chinese cyber-espionage. So, now let's just wait till June, when both the countries would meet again for the second cyber security ministerial talk in Beijing. NSA-linked Spying Malware Infected Top German Official's Computer 2015-10-26T21:40:00-11:00Monday, October 26, 2015 Swati Khandelwal The German authorities have initiated a further investigation into espionage by the United States secret service NSA and British intelligence agency GCHQ after... ...the head of the German Federal Chancellery unit had his private laptop infected. According to a recent report published by Der Spiegel, the laptop of the Chancellery division leader was infected with ReGerman2385German hackers944alware Malware/Virus Botnet attack Cyber Espionage Spying Encryption Tools Surveillance Tor Anonymity Network The Hacker News Cyber Security, Hacking, Technology News +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 China OPM Hack was not State-Sponsored; Blames Chinese Criminal Gangs 2015-12-03T06:49:00-11:00Thursday, December 03, 2015 Mohit Kumar In the most surprising manner, the Chinese government said it arrested criminal hackers behind the massive cyber attack on US Office of Personnel Management (OPM) earlier this year, dismissing its involvement. Three months back, we reported that China arrested a handful of hackers within its borders who were suspected of allegedly stealing commercial secrets from US companies. The arrests took place shortly before China President Xi Jinping visited the United States in September 2015 when both heads of states agreed that neither side will participate in commercial esphackers444German hackers
        
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12. german missile system — Read All Articles
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1 912german missile system Read All Articles We're Hiring Yes, I want to Join Home Hacking Data Breach Credit Card Hacking Smartphone Hacking SCADA System Hacking Password Cracking Browser Security Tech Cyber Attacks DDoS Attack Malware Email/Gmail Hacking Cyber Espionage Vulnerabilities Vulnerability Disclosure Zero-Day Vulnerability Android Vulnerability iPhone Vulnerability Malware Ransomware Malware Malware/Virus Botnet attack Cyber Espionage Spying Encryption Tools Surveillance Tor Anonymity Network The Hacker News Cyber Security, Hacking, Technology News +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 German Missile System Hacked; 'Unexplained' Commands Executed Remotely 2015-07-11T02:13:00-11:00Saturday, July 11, 2015 Mohit Kumar Now this is a shockingly dangerous threat when hackers are taking over weapons and missiles. This time I1_b&b_1not talking about weapon German hackers1German hackers
        
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13. Fraudsters Physically Deploy Malicious Software...
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3461d information to clone the cash cards. They primarily used to “write” the stolen data obtained from the magnetic stripe on the back of a card onto a new blank card to develop a cloned cash card and once a card has been cloned it is recognized by machines as the original card. MALICIOUS USB ATTACK Using physical device on Banks ATMs is not something new that the criminals have adopted. At the beginning of the year, a team of researchers1_b@b_1the Chaos Computing Congress in Hamburg, Germany has presented that how skimmers have been targeting cash machines directly using infected USB sticks. BLUETOOTH ENABLED CREDIT CARD SKIMMERS Also, in January this year, we reported about the Credit Card fraud in which the criminals stole users' banking information using Bluetooth enabled Credit Card Skimmers planted on the gas stations throughout the Southern United States. The skimming devices were internally installed in the gas station in such a way that it was undetectable to theGerman2961German hackers5079ulnerability could be exploited by the cybercriminals to clone the credit and debit cards in such a manner that even bank procedures won't differentiate between the legitimate and fraud transactions. About the Author: Swati Khandelwal Swati Khandelwal is Senior Technical Writer and Security Analyst1_b@b_1The Hacker News. She is a Technology Enthusiast with a keen eye on the Cyberspace and other tech related developments. ATM hacking, ATM skimming, Card Skimming, Chinese Hackers, Chip-and-PIN, Credit Card Cloning, credit card hacking, cyber fraud, hacking news Latest Stories Comments () TRENDING STORIES DROWN Attack More than 11 Million OpenSSL HTTPS Websites1_b@b_1Risk Apple hires developer of World's Most Secure Messaging App Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware into Web Pages CTB-Locker Ransomware Spreading Rapidly, Infects Thousands of Web Servers Judge Confirms Ghackers4579German hackers
        
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14. Chinese Android Smartphone comes with Pre-insta...
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1348ral major government departments, including NASA, Justice and Commerce Departments, from purchasing Chinese products and computer technology due to suspected backdoors, then they are not wrong1_b@b_1all. A popular Chinese Android Smartphone comes pre-installed with a Trojan that could allow manufacturer to spy onto their users' comprising their personal data and conversations without any restrictions and users knowledge. GOOGLE PLAY STORE OR A SPYING APP? According to the researchers1_b@b_1the German security firm G Data, the Star N9500 smartphone, a popular and cheap handset device in China, comes pre-installed with Uupay.D Trojan horse, disguising as a version of the Google Play Store. The trojan camouflage as the Google Play Store, so it enables Chinese Company to secretly install malicious apps, which creates the whole spectrum of abuse. STEALING WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS The nasty Spyware runs in the background and has capability to steal personal information, copy users' data,German848German hackers2180 whole spectrum of abuse. STEALING WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS The nasty Spyware runs in the background and has capability to steal personal information, copy users' data, record calls automatically with unlimited time and send costly SMS to premium services, thereby sending all the stolen information to an anonymous server based in China. The malware is also capable to activate the microphone on users' smartphone1_b@b_1any time in order to turn users' smartphone into a bugging device that allows hackers to hear anything you are saying near by the phone. “The spy function is invisible to the user and cannot be deactivated,” reads the blog post published yesterday. “This means that online criminals have full access to the smartphone and all personal data. Logs that could make an access visible to the users are deleted directly.” REMOVAL OF THE TROJAN NOT POSSIBLE In addition, the malicious software allow preventing security updates from being downloaded and hackers1680German hackers
        
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15. Chinese Spies Stole Australia’s New F-35 ...
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1361 The latest document release by Edward Snowden revealed the industrial-scale cyber-espionage operation of China to learn the secrets of Australia's next front-line fighter aircraft – the US-built F-35 Joint Strike Fighter (JSF). Chinese spies stole "many terabytes of data" about the design of Australia's Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II JSF, according to top secret documents disclosed by former US National Security Agency intelligence contractor Edward Snowden to German magazine Der Spiegel. Chinese spies allegedly stole as much as 50 terabytes of data, including the details of the fighter's radar systems, engine schematics, "aft deck heating contour maps," designs to cool exhaust gases and the method the jet uses to track targets. So far, the F-35 Lightning II JSF is the most expensive defence project in the US history. The fighter aircraft, manufactured by US-based Lockheed Martin, was developed1_b@b_1a cost of around $400 billion (£230 billion). BeGerman861German hackers3657nologies and data stolen included in the breach was information relating to the B-2 stealth bomber; the F-22 Raptor stealth fighter; nuclear submarine and naval air-defence missile designs; and tens of thousands of military personnel records. About the Author: Swati Khandelwal Swati Khandelwal is Senior Technical Writer and Security Analyst1_b@b_1The Hacker News. She is a Technology Enthusiast with a keen eye on the Cyberspace and other tech related developments. Chinese Hackers, cyber espionage, Edward Snowden, F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, hacking news, NSA Latest Stories Comments () TRENDING STORIES DROWN Attack More than 11 Million OpenSSL HTTPS Websites1_b@b_1Risk Apple hires developer of World's Most Secure Messaging App Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware into Web Pages CTB-Locker Ransomware Spreading Rapidly, Infects Thousands of Web Servers Judge Confirms Goverhackers3157German hackers
        
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16. Germany to Consider Typewriters to Protect From...
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1Germany to Consider Typewriters to Protect From US Spying We're Hiring Yes, I want to Join Home Hacking Data Breach Credit Card Hacking Smartphone Hacking SCADA System Hacking Password Cracking Browser Security Tech Cyber Attacks DDoS Attack Malware Email/Gmail Hacking Cyber Espionage Vulnerabilities Vulnerability Disclosure Zero-Day Vulnerability Android Vulnerability iPhone Vulnerability Malware Ransomware Malware Malware/Virus Botnet attack Cyber Espionage Spying Encryption Tools Surveillance Tor Anonymity Network +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 Germany to Consider Typewriters to Protect From US Spying 2014-07-16T02:08:00-11:00Wednesday, July 16, 2014 Swati Khandelwal So far we have heard that using privacy tools by every individual and offering encrypted communication by every company is the only solution to Mass Surveillance conducted byGerman1German hackers4365ct ourselves from an accident. Agree? Well, I1_b&b_1not! Every individual, even government authorities should be encouraged to make use of best privacy tools and encrypted communication only, this would protect them from the risk of spying. About the Author: Swati Khandelwal Swati Khandelwal is Senior Technical Writer and Security Analyst1_b@b_1The Hacker News. She is a Technology Enthusiast with a keen eye on the Cyberspace and other tech related developments. Computer hackers, Edward Snowden, Germany, NSA, spying, surveillance, Typewriter Latest Stories Comments () TRENDING STORIES DROWN Attack More than 11 Million OpenSSL HTTPS Websites1_b@b_1Risk Apple hires developer of World's Most Secure Messaging App Chinese ISPs Caught Injecting Ads and Malware into Web Pages CTB-Locker Ransomware Spreading Rapidly, Infects Thousands of Web Servers Judge Confirms Government Paid CMU hackers3865German hackers
        
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17. Russian ATM Hackers Steal $4 Million in Cash wi...
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1753 532According to the intelligence firm, an attacker would deposit sums of 5,000, 10,000 and 30,000 Rubles into legitimate bank accounts using ATMs, and immediately withdraw the same amounts right away with a printed receipt of the payment transaction. The details included in the receipt, containing a payment reference number and the amount withdrawn, would then be transferred to a partner hacker, who had remote access to the infected POS terminals, usually located outside of Russia. Also Read: German Bank ATMs vulnerable to Hackers The partner hacker would then use these details to perform a reversal operation on a POS terminal that would lead them into believing that the withdrawals were declined, thereby tricking thousands of American and Czech point-of-sale (POS) terminals, Forbes explained. Meanwhile, it would appear to the bank as if the attempt to withdraw cash was cancelled, for example: when the customer has insufficient funds and then the same cash amount will be transfeGerman hackers1253German hackers
        
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18. How Just Opening an MS Word Doc Can Hijack Ever...
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4414virus. To check the impact of Locky, Kevin successfully intercepted the Locky traffic yesterday and realized that the cryptovirus is spreading out rapidly in the wild. "I estimate by the end of the day well over 100,000 new endpoints will be infected with Locky, making this a genuine major cybersecurity incident 3 days in, approximately a quarter of Million PCs will be infected," Kevin said in a blog post. One hour of infection Statistics: Among the highly impacted countries include Germany, Netherlands, United States, Croatia, Mali, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland, Argentina and Serbia. About the Author: Rakesh Krishnan Rakesh Krishnan is a Trainee Security and Technology Writer1_b@b_1The Hacker News (THN). He is a Security Evangelist, Passionate about Information Security and Penetration Testing. His Special Field of Interests include Espionage, Bitcoin Dark Web and much more. Bitcoin, computer virus, decrypt ransomware files, hacking news, Locky, LockGerman3914German hackers1069nce Tor Anonymity Network +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 How Just Opening an MS Word Doc Can Hijack Every File On Your System 2016-02-18T21:37:00-11:00Thursday, February 18, 2016 Rakesh Krishnan If you receive a mail masquerading as a company's invoice and containing a Microsoft Word file, think twice before clicking on it. Doing so could cripple your system and could lead to a catastrophic destruction. Hackers are believed to be carrying out social engineering hoaxes by adopting eye-catching subjects in the spam emails and compromised websites to lure the victims into installing a deadly ransomware, dubbed "Locky," into their systems. So if you find .locky extension files on your network shares, Congratulations! You are infected and left with just two solutions: Rebuild your PC from scratch or Pay the ransom. Locky ransomware is spreading1_b@b_1the rate of 4000 new infections per hour, which hackers569German hackers
        
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4414virus. To check the impact of Locky, Kevin successfully intercepted the Locky traffic yesterday and realized that the cryptovirus is spreading out rapidly in the wild. "I estimate by the end of the day well over 100,000 new endpoints will be infected with Locky, making this a genuine major cybersecurity incident 3 days in, approximately a quarter of Million PCs will be infected," Kevin said in a blog post. One hour of infection Statistics: Among the highly impacted countries include Germany, Netherlands, United States, Croatia, Mali, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Poland, Argentina and Serbia. About the Author: Rakesh Krishnan Rakesh Krishnan is a Trainee Security and Technology Writer1_b@b_1The Hacker News (THN). He is a Security Evangelist, Passionate about Information Security and Penetration Testing. His Special Field of Interests include Espionage, Bitcoin Dark Web and much more. Bitcoin, computer virus, decrypt ransomware files, hacking news, Locky, LockGerman3914German hackers1069nce Tor Anonymity Network +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 How Just Opening an MS Word Doc Can Hijack Every File On Your System 2016-02-18T21:37:00-11:00Thursday, February 18, 2016 Rakesh Krishnan If you receive a mail masquerading as a company's invoice and containing a Microsoft Word file, think twice before clicking on it. Doing so could cripple your system and could lead to a catastrophic destruction. Hackers are believed to be carrying out social engineering hoaxes by adopting eye-catching subjects in the spam emails and compromised websites to lure the victims into installing a deadly ransomware, dubbed "Locky," into their systems. So if you find .locky extension files on your network shares, Congratulations! You are infected and left with just two solutions: Rebuild your PC from scratch or Pay the ransom. Locky ransomware is spreading1_b@b_1the rate of 4000 new infections per hour, which hackers569German hackers
        
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1380ral major government departments, including NASA, Justice and Commerce Departments, from purchasing Chinese products and computer technology due to suspected backdoors, then they are not wrong1_b@b_1all. A popular Chinese Android Smartphone comes pre-installed with a Trojan that could allow manufacturer to spy onto their users' comprising their personal data and conversations without any restrictions and users knowledge. GOOGLE PLAY STORE OR A SPYING APP? According to the researchers1_b@b_1the German security firm G Data, the Star N9500 smartphone, a popular and cheap handset device in China, comes pre-installed with Uupay.D Trojan horse, disguising as a version of the Google Play Store. The trojan camouflage as the Google Play Store, so it enables Chinese Company to secretly install malicious apps, which creates the whole spectrum of abuse. STEALING WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS The nasty Spyware runs in the background and has capability to steal personal information, copy users' data,German880German hackers2212 whole spectrum of abuse. STEALING WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS The nasty Spyware runs in the background and has capability to steal personal information, copy users' data, record calls automatically with unlimited time and send costly SMS to premium services, thereby sending all the stolen information to an anonymous server based in China. The malware is also capable to activate the microphone on users' smartphone1_b@b_1any time in order to turn users' smartphone into a bugging device that allows hackers to hear anything you are saying near by the phone. “The spy function is invisible to the user and cannot be deactivated,” reads the blog post published yesterday. “This means that online criminals have full access to the smartphone and all personal data. Logs that could make an access visible to the users are deleted directly.” REMOVAL OF THE TROJAN NOT POSSIBLE In addition, the malicious software allow preventing security updates from being downloaded and hackers1712German hackers
        
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