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  • Microsoft Issues Emergency Windows Security Update For A Critical Vulnerability
    If your computer is running Microsoft's Windows operating system, then you need to apply this emergency patch immediately. By immediately, I mean now! Microsoft has just released an emergency security patch to address a critical remote code execution (RCE) vulnerability in its Malware Protection Engine (MPE) that could allow an attacker to take full control […]
  • Security Flaw Left Major Banking Apps Vulnerable to MiTM Attacks Over SSL
    A team of security researchers has discovered a critical implementation flaw in major mobile banking applications that left banking credentials of millions of users vulnerable to hackers. The vulnerability was discovered by researchers of the Security and Privacy Group at the University of Birmingham, who tested hundreds of different banking apps—both iOS and Android—and found […]
  • Process Doppelgänging: New Malware Evasion Technique Works On All Windows Versions
    A team of security researchers has discovered a new malware evasion technique that could help malware authors defeat most of the modern antivirus solutions and forensic tools. Dubbed Process Doppelgänging, the new fileless code injection technique takes advantage of a built-in Windows function and an undocumented implementation of Windows process loader. Ensilo security researchers Tal […]
  • Largest Crypto-Mining Exchange Hacked; Over $70 Million in Bitcoin Stolen
    Bitcoin is breaking every record—after gaining 20% jump last week, Bitcoin price just crossed the $14,800 mark in less than 24 hours—and there can be no better reason for hackers to put all of their efforts to steal skyrocketing cryptocurrency. NiceHash, the largest Bitcoin mining marketplace, has been hacked, which resulted in the theft of […]
  • Uber Paid 20-Year-Old Florida Hacker $100,000 to Keep Data Breach Secret
    Last year, Uber received an email from an anonymous person demanding money in exchange for the stolen user database. It turns out that a 20-year-old Florida man, with the help of another, breached Uber's system last year and was paid a huge amount by the company to destroy the data and keep the incident secret. […]