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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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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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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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5. Android 5.0 — Read All Articles
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13297 and other Android devices, on the other hand Pinkie Pie have discovered the vulnerability exploited in the rooting tool, TowelRoot by GeoHot. Student Decrypts Simplocker Android Ransomware that Encrypts Files 2014-06-17T00:13:00-11:00Tuesday, June 17, 2014 Swati Khandelwal In a previous story, I reported about a new ransomware threat known as Simplocker discovered by researchers1_b@b_1the security firm ESET, targeting Android users in the UK, Switzerland, Germany, India and Russia, for ransom. Simplocker (Android/Simplocker.A) is the latest Android ransomware that has ability to encrypt the files using Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) on the Android device SD cards demanding users pay a ransom of 260 UAH (Ukrainian hryvnias), which is roughly equal to $21 US, for those files to be decrypted. To hide their track, the malware author is using the Command-and-Control server hosted on TOR .onion domain, which makes it difficult to trace the seGerman12797German hackers10008ony - has built and released a root tool called Towelroot on Sunday night that will let most Android smartphones users to root their Android device with one click only, as long as it has an unpatched version of the Linux kernel. EXPLOITS LINUX KERNEL VULNERABILITY Towelroot application exploits the same vulnerability (CVE-2014-3153) which was recently disclosed by the hacker Pinkie Pie in the Linux kernel version 3.14.5 and most versions of other Android devices, which could be leveraged by hackers to potentially acquire root access on affected devices. Having root access of your device simply means you make System-level changes to your device such as accessing and modifying any file or program using any mode (single- or multi-user). It is just like operating an administrator account on a computer. SUPPORTED DEVICES Towelroot supports handful of devices so far including some particularly tough phones. here's the list: AT T Galaxy S5 Verizon Galaxy S5 Galaxy S4 Active Nexus 5hackers9508German hackers
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56597ral 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,German56097German hackers1338the number of threats is on the rise, Android platform is no longer safe, which isn't a surprise to anyone. Most of us are usually worried more about the security of our desktops or laptops and forget to think about the consequences our smartphones can make if compromised or stolen. Unlike desktops, your smartphones and tablets carry all sorts of information from your personal photographs, important emails, messages to your sensitive financial details. And due to rise in mobile usage, the hackers have shifted their interest from desktops to the mobile platform. Nowadays, nearly all possible threats that were previously attacking desktop platform are now targeting smartphone users. Ransomware, Phishing, Spams, Spyware, Botnets, Banking Malware, OS and Software vulnerabilities, just to name a few examples, but users don't understand the potential threat when it comes to mobile devices. Additionally, your smartphones and tablets are also subjectable more threats like, Smarthackers838German hackers
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57103nce of the victim (key logging, taking screenshots, capturing video) Creates a remote access to a user's machine (VNC, SOCKS) Automatic updating. Vawtrak supports three major browsers to operate in – Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome. It also supports password stealing from the other browsers. AFFECTED COUNTRIES Based on their statistics, Vawktrak is infecting banking, gaming and social network users mainly across the countries including United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany. Although, users in Australia, New Zealand, and across Europe are also affected. AVG concluded following their analysis of the malware that "Vawtrak is like a Swiss Army knife for its operators because of its wide range of applications and available features." Next Page ⇨ TRENDING STORIES DROWN Attack More than 11 Million OpenSSL HTTPS Websites1_b@b_1Risk Apple hires developer of World's Most Secure Messaging App ChiGerman56603German hackers1235to Prevent Account from being Hacked 2016-02-17T04:34:00-11:00Wednesday, February 17, 2016 Rakesh Krishnan Hijacking an online account is not a complicated procedure, not1_b@b_1least in 2016. Today, Instagram confirmed that the company is in the process to roll out two-factor authentication for its 400 Million users. It is impossible to make your online accounts hack-proof, but you can make them less vulnerable. Then what you can do to protect yourselves from hackers? Several companies provide more enhanced steps like Encrypted Channel Services, Security Questions, Strict Password Policy and so on. But, what would you do if a hacker had somehow managed to access your accounts' passwords? Since the online accounts do not have an intelligent agent inbuilt to verify whether the person is the legit driver of the account; beyond a username and password match. Hence the concept of Two-Factor Authentication (2FA) born out! Jumbos like Google,hackers735German hackers
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8. spyware — Read All Articles
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16576Thursday, September 03, 2015 Swati Khandelwal Bought a brand new Android Smartphone? Don't expect it to be a clean slate. A new report claims that some rogue retailers are selling brand-new Android smartphones loaded with pre-installed software. Security firm G Data has uncovered more than two dozens of Android smartphones from popular smartphone manufacturers including Xiaomi, Huawei and Lenovo that have pre-installed spyware in the firmware. G Data is a German security firm that disclosed last year the Star N9500 Smartphone's capability to spy on users, thereby comprising their personal data and conversations without any restrictions and users knowledge. Removal of Spyware Not Possible The pre-installed spyware, disguised in popular Android apps such as Facebook and Google Drive, can not be removed without unlocking the phone since it resides inside the phone's firmware. "Over the past year, we have seen a significant [growth] in devicesGerman16076German hackers1098Hacking, Technology News +1,669,310 261,350 1,003,500 Backdoor in Baidu Android SDK Puts 100 Million Devices1_b@b_1Risk 2015-11-03T02:11:00-11:00Tuesday, November 03, 2015 Mohit Kumar The China's Google-like Search Engine Baidu is offering a software development kit (SDK) that contains functionality that can be abused to give backdoor-like access to a user's device, potentially exposing around 100 Million Android users to malicious hackers. The SDK in question is Moplus, which may not be directly available to the public but has already made its way into more than 14,000 Android apps, of which around 4,000 are actually created by Baidu. Overall, more than 100 Million Android users, who have downloaded these apps on their smartphones, are in danger. Security researchers from Trend Micro have discovered a vulnerability in the Moplus SDK, called Wormhole, that allows attackers to launch an unsecured and unauthenticatehackers598German hackers
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20021tch to Windows 10 or not, or the better option is to switch on to Linux operating system. North Korea's Red Star OS (Looks Like Mac OS X) Spies on its Own People 2015-12-29T21:50:00-11:00Tuesday, December 29, 2015 Swati Khandelwal North Korea has its own homegrown computer operating system that looks remarkably just like Apple's OS X, which not only prevents potential foreign hacking attempts but also provides extensive surveillance capabilities. Two German researchers have just conducted an in-depth analysis of the secretive state's operating system and found that the OS does more than what is known about it. Dubbed Red Star OS, the operating system based on a Linux 2009 version called Fedora 11 limits its users to a government-approved view of the world and has the tendency to 'watermark' files on USB sticks to track user's shuttling contraband material. Red Star OS Tracks User's Every Move In short, whenever a user inserts a USBGerman19521German hackers3426ound Jacobs a good fit for this, as he had spent two and half years with Open Whisper Systems, the company behind Signal, before leaving the company earlier this year. Apple to Fully Encrypt iCloud Backups In San Bernardino shooter's case, Apple admitted that it helped the FBI in every possible way by providing iCloud Backup of Farook, but now… Apple is working on encrypting iCloud backups that only the account owner would have access, eliminating either way for the government or hackers that could expose its users data. While creating iCloud backups of users' photos, videos, app data, iMessage, voicemails, SMS, and MMS messages, Apple stores a copy of its users' decryption keys itself that could be provided to authorities when presented with a valid warrant. But citing some anonymous sources, the Financial Times reports that now Apple will not keep a copy of user's decryption key with it, and the encrypted iCloud backups would only be unlocked by the account holdehackers2926German hackers
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10. Dangerous 'Vawtrak Banking Trojan' Harvesting P...
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3616nce of the victim (key logging, taking screenshots, capturing video) Creates a remote access to a user's machine (VNC, SOCKS) Automatic updating. Vawtrak supports three major browsers to operate in – Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Chrome. It also supports password stealing from the other browsers. AFFECTED COUNTRIES Based on their statistics, Vawktrak is infecting banking, gaming and social network users mainly across the countries including United Kingdom, the United States, and Germany. Although, users in Australia, New Zealand, and across Europe are also affected. AVG concluded following their analysis of the malware that "Vawtrak is like a Swiss Army knife for its operators because of its wide range of applications and available features." About the Author: Mohit Kumar Founder and Editor-in-Chief of 'The Hacker News'. Cyber Security Analyst, Information Security Researcher, Developer and Part-Time Hacker. You can follow him on Facebook andGerman3116German hackers4456ditor-in-Chief of 'The Hacker News'. Cyber Security Analyst, Information Security Researcher, Developer and Part-Time Hacker. You can follow him on Facebook and on Twitter hacking news, hacking passwords, Malware, password hacking, tor browser, Tor network, trojan horse virus, Vawtrak Banking Trojan Latest Stories Comments () TRENDING STORIES Hacker Reveals How to Hack Any Facebook Account Hack the Pentagon US Government Challenges Hackers to Break its Security RIP Ray Tomlinson, The Creator of Email, Dies1_b@b_174 How to Steal Secret Encryption Keys from Android and iOS SmartPhones Subgraph OS Secure Linux Operating System for Non-Technical Users Kanye West, Who wants to destroy ‘The Pirate Bay', Caught using Torrent Site DROWN Attack More than 11 Million OpenSSL HTTPS Websites1_b@b_1Risk Your iPhone will Alert You if You are Being Monitored At Work hackers3956German hackers
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36251Silk Road website. FBI's TRAP Some undercover Homeland security agents were monitoring the website for about 18 months and observed Slomp who had offered various controlled substances for sale and on April 2012, authorities1_b@b_1Chicago's O'Hare International Airport seized an envelope mailed from the Netherlands containing ecstasy hidden inside an empty two DVD cases. "During the investigation, agents collected more than 100 similar envelopes in Chicago, each mailed from the Netherlands or Germany, containing various controlled substances," the Chicago US Attorneys Office said in a statement. In February, Ross William Ulbricht, who allegedly created and ran the black website under the name “Dread Pirate Roberts,” pleaded not guilty to operating a drugs trafficking scheme, conspiring to launder money and other crimes. U.S. Attorney Zach Fardon who formed a new cybercrime unit last month said, “Illegal drug-trafficking is not new but drug-trafficking usinGerman35751German hackers37663environments were a key priority for the cyber criminals to carry out illicit activities. Tor Network used to Host 900 Botnets and hidden Darknet Markets 2014-03-07T00:07:00-11:00Friday, March 07, 2014 Swati Khandelwal Tor network offers users browse the Internet anonymously and is mostly used by activists, journalists to conceal their online activities from prying eyes. But it also has the Dark side, as Tor is also a Deep Web friendly tool that allows hackers and cyber criminals to carry out illicit activities by making themselves anonymous. Kaspersky security researcher reported that Tor network is currently being used to hide 900 botnet and other illegal hidden services, through its 5,500 plus nodes i.e. Server relays and 1,000 exit nodes i.e. Servers from which traffic emerges. These days, Cyber criminals are hosting malware's Command-and-control server on an anonymous Tor network to evade detection i.e., difficult to identify or elihackers37163German hackers
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1509T), zero-day exploits, and well-developed keyloggers to extract information from them when they stay in luxury hotels during their business trips. The researchers1_b@b_1Moscow-based security firm Kaspersky Lab dubbed the threat as "DarkHotel APT," appear to have the ability to know in advance when a targeted executive checks in and checks out of a hotel. The group has been operating in Asia since from 2009 but there have been infections recorded in the United States, South Korea, Singapore, Germany, Ireland and many others, as well. It uses hotel Wi-Fi networks to target elite executives1_b@b_1organisations in manufacturing, defense, investment capital, private equity, automotive and other industries. The group has access to zero day vulnerabilities and exploits, and it used them to infect victims. Threat actors use three different malware distribution methods including malicious Wi-Fi networks, booby-trapped P2P torrents, and highly customized spear phishing, Kaspersky Lab reportGerman1009German hackers5899ndroid Phones Remotely' threatens Millions of Devices FBI may have found a New Way to Unlock Shooter's iPhone without Apple Bored With Chess? Here's How To Play Basketball in Facebook Messenger Warning! Think Twice Before Using USB Drives Security Researcher Goes Missing, Who Investigated Bangladesh Bank Hack Badlock Unpatched Windows-Samba Vulnerability Affects All Versions of Windows FBI Most Wanted Three 'Syrian Electronic Army' Hackers Charged for Cyber Crime Subscribe Be the first to know Trending News Want Knowledgeable Articles and News to Your Inbox every Morning? We'll keep you up to date with latest Trends in Information Technology. Subscribe to The Hacker News Newsletter and eBook Updates. 'Make sure to CLICK the verification e-Mail and 'Start' your FREE Subscription No Thanks, I Don't want to Learn anything Newhackers5399German hackers
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5890Khandelwal And the Winners of this year's Turing Award are: Whitfield Diffie and Martin E. Hellman. The former chief security officer1_b@b_1Sun Microsystems Whitfield Diffie and the professor1_b@b_1Stanford University Martin E. Hellman won the 2015 ACM Turing Award, which is frequently described as the "Nobel Prize of Computing". Turing Award named after Alan M. Turing, the British mathematician and computer scientist who was a key contributor to the Allied cryptanalysis of the German Enigma cipher and the German "Tunny" encoding machine in World War II. The Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) announced the Turing Award the same day when FBI Director James Comey appeared before a congressional committee to discuss how encryption has become Threat to law enforcement. The ACM announced the award on Tuesday, which includes the top prize of $1 Million that has been awarded to two men who invented the "public-key cryptography" – a technique that makes possibleGerman5390German hackers1020cryption Tools Surveillance Tor Anonymity Network The Hacker News Cyber Security, Hacking, Technology News +1,675,110 265,120 1,023,450 How to Steal Secret Encryption Keys from Android and iOS SmartPhones 2016-03-04T06:26:00-11:00Friday, March 04, 2016 Mohit Kumar Unlike desktops, your mobile devices carry all sorts of information from your personal emails to your sensitive financial details. And due to this, the hackers have shifted their interest to the mobile platform. Every week new exploits are discovered for iOS and Android platform, most of the times separately, but the recently discovered exploit targets both Android as well as iOS devices. A team of security researchers from Tel Aviv University, Technion and The University of Adelaide has devised an attack to steal cryptographic keys used to protect Bitcoin wallets, Apple Pay accounts, and other highly sensitive services from Android and ihackers520German hackers
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6591Google, Facebook, Microsoft, and Apple for spying on countries. So, what China is doing? The same. Xiaomi, which is also known as Apple of China, has yet to respond to the allegations that the Redmi Note secretly sends user data to a China-based server. If the allegations on the Xiaomi handset come true, it wouldn't be the first time a Chinese smartphone was found spying on its users. It had happened before as well, China has been known for its Digital Spying and privacy invasion. Recently, a German security firm claimed that a popular Chinese Android Smartphone, the Star N9500, came 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. Later in mid-June, the breach on the Star N9500 could allow an attacker to record phone calls automatically, read emails and text messages, and remotely control the phone's microphone and camera, in order to turn users' smartphonGerman6091German hackers7127popular Chinese Android Smartphone, the Star N9500, came 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. Later in mid-June, the breach on the Star N9500 could allow an attacker to record phone calls automatically, read emails and text messages, and remotely control the phone's microphone and camera, in order to turn users' smartphone into a bugging device that allows hackers to hear anything you are saying near by the phone. It could also be used for theft, including granting access to the user's online banking service. UPDATE In a blogpost, Hugo Barra from Xiaomi company denies all the spying allegations made by F-Secure and other security experts. "MIUI does not secretly upload photos and text messages. MIUI requests public data from Xiaomi servers from time to time. These include data such as preset greeting messages (thousands of jokes, holiday greetinghackers6627German hackers
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7904#8221; The authors of MiniDuke made the malware familiar with the work principles of antivirus software which makes it different from the other viruses. The malware turns unique for each system and contains a backdoor that allows it to avoid system analytics instruments, and in case the virus is detected, the backdoor stops malicious effects and makes it disappear for the system. MiniDuke Malware previously attacked government entities in Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Montenegro, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, United Kingdom, United States, including Ukraine. Chinese APT Espionage campaign, dubbed 'Icefog' targeted Military contractors and Governments 2013-09-27T05:05:00-11:00Friday, September 27, 2013 Mohit Kumar Kaspersky Lab has identified another Chinese APT campaign, dubbed ‘Icefog', who targeted GovernmentGerman7404German hackers9390everal hundred victims worldwide," the report (PDF) said. This China-based campaign is almost two years old and follows the pattern of similar APT-style attacks where victims are compromised via a malicious attachment in a spear-phishing email, or are lured to a compromised website and infected with malware. The attackers embed exploits for several known vulnerabilities (CVE-2012-1856 and CVE-2012-0158) into Microsoft Word and Excel documents. Once a computer has been compromised, the hackers upload malicious tools and backdoors. They look for email account credentials, sensitive documents and passwords to other systems. "We observed many victims in several other countries, including Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, USA, Australia, Canada, UK, Italy, Germany, Austria, Singapore, Belarus and Malaysia," the research team said. There is no concrete evidence to confirm this was a nation-state sponsored operation, but based on where the stolen data were transferred to, Kasperskyhackers8890German hackers
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1338 last of the publicly influential US hacker groups. The details of the American hacker scene were well covered in my article yesterday. It ended on a bit of a down note. The L0pht is long gone, and no other groups that I know of have matched their mix of social responsibility and public visibility. This is a shame because a lot of hacker-relevant issues are getting decided in the USA right now, and largely without our input. Chaos Computer Club But let's turn away from the USA and catch up with Germany. In the early 1980s, in Germany as in America, there were many local computer clubs that were not much more than a monthly evening in a cafeteria or a science museum or (as was the case with the CCC) a newspaper office. Early computer enthusiasts traded know-how, and software, for free. At least in America, nothing was more formally arranged than was necessary to secure a meeting space: we all knew when to show up, so what more needed to be done? Things are a little different in the GermGerman838German hackers1Hackers and Heroes: Rise of the CCC and Hackerspaces | Hackaday Skip to content Hackaday Primary Menu Home Blog Hackaday.io Store Hackaday Prize Submit About April 8, 2016 January 2016 S M T W T F S « Dec Feb » 12 3456789 10111213141516 17181920212223 24252627282930 31 Hackers and Heroes: Rise of the CCC and Hackerspaces 27 Comments by: Elliot Williams January 12, 2016 From its roots in phone phreaking to the crackdowns and legal precedents that drove hacking mostly underground (or into business), hacker culture in the United States has seen a lot over the last three decades. Perhaps the biggest standout is the L0pht, a visible 1990s US hackerspace that engaged in open disclosure and was, arguably, the last of the publicly influential US hacker groups. The details of the American hacker scene were well covered in my article yesterday. It ended on a bit of a downhackers1German hackers
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2032, who have been in hibernation for more than a decade, have suddenly awoken and joined the sophisticated group of threat actors active in the cyber world." Last week Adobe released an update that patches the Adobe PDF bug (CVE-2013-6040) used in the attack. Once it was opened, the MiniDuke malware would install itself on a victim's computer. It is not known what information the attackers are targeting. MiniDuke attacks government entities in Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Georgia, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Lebanon, Lithuania, Montenegro, Portugal, Romania, Russian Federation, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey, Ukraine, United Kingdom and United States. The malware also compromised the computers of a prominent research foundation in Hungary, two thinktanks, and an unnamed healthcare provider in the US. About the Author: Mohit Kumar Founder and Editor-in-Chief of 'The Hacker News'. Cyber Security Analyst, Information Security ResearcGerman1532German hackers12Old School Hackers spying on European governments Get Latest Articles to Your Inbox Subscribe Now! 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 +1,675,110 265,120 1,023,450 Old School Hackers spying on European governments 2013-03-02T06:47:00-11:00Saturday, March 02, 2013 Mohit Kumar Kaspersky Lab's team of experts recently published a new research report that analyzed that Cyber criminals have targeted government officials in more than 20 countries, including Irehackers1German hackers
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12849he world. Convincing Chinese Government to adopt its Windows 10, even if it is a customized version, is a great achievement for Microsoft, which would help the company reach its 1 Billion goal soon. China, being the largest populated country in the world is a golden egg client for Microsoft to broaden the Windows 10 market base. With the Windows 10 Zhuangongban OS, now let's see: Which Nation would be the next target for Microsoft to play the same move in order to reach its goal? Will it be Germany or Russia?? Microsoft says It's Deeply Sorry for Racist and Offensive Tweets by Tay AI Chatbot 2016-03-25T22:37:00-11:00Friday, March 25, 2016 Swati Khandelwal After Microsoft's Twitter-based Artificial Intelligence (AI) chatbot 'Tay' badly defeated earlier this week, Microsoft has expressed apology and explained what went wrong. For those unaware, Tay is Millennial-inspired artificial intelligence chatbot unveiled by Microsoft on Wednesday thatGerman12349German hackers6510 to view the doc contents that are generally on eye-catching subjects like bank invoice. How Macros are Crippling your System? The concept of Macros dates back to 1990s. You must be familiar with this message: "Warning: This document contains macros." A Macro is a series of commands and actions that help to automate some tasks. Microsoft Office programs support Macros written in Visual Basic for Applications (VBA), but they can also be used for malicious activities like installing malware. Hackers are cleverly using this technique on the shade of social engineering by sending the malicious Macros through doc file or spreadsheet with an eye-catching subject in the mail to the corporate networks. Once a user opens the malicious Word document, the doc file gets downloaded to its system. However, danger comes in when the user opens the file, and a popup window appears that states "Enable Editing" to view the content. Once the users click Enable Editing, the malicious file then begihackers6010German hackers
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15622 730le apps, or via IMAP, POP or SMTP. Other major webmail providers, including Gmail has already added HTTPS by default from last few years. Firmware vulnerability allows man-in-the-middle attack using SD Memory cards 2014-01-01T23:33:00-11:00Wednesday, January 01, 2014 Pierluigi Paganini How is it possible to exploit SD Card, USB stick and other mobile devices for hacking? Another interesting hack was presented1_b@b_1the Chaos Computer Congress (30C3), in Hamburg, Germany. The researchers demonstrated how it is possible to hack the microcontroller inside every SD and MicroSD flash cards that allow arbitrary code execution and can be used to perform a man in the middle attack. The Hardware Hackers Andrew “bunnie” Huang and Sean “xobs” described the exploitation method on their blog post,"it also enables the possibility for hardware enthusiasts to gain access to a very cheap and ubiquitous source of microcontrollers."It seems that toGerman hackers15122German hackers
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