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  • Researcher creates exploit for compromising scammers' computers

    15.09.2014

    Even if you never had to deal personally with "Windows support" scammers, chances are someone you know did or you have heard about these type of scams.

  • Phishers resort to AES crypto to obfuscate phishing sites

    10.09.2014

    Phishers have started employing AES encryption to disguise the real nature of phishing sites from automatic phishing detection tools.

  • Namecheap accounts brute-forced by CyberVor gang?

    02.09.2014

    California-based domain registrar and web hosting firm Namecheap has been targeted by hackers, the company's VP of hosting Matt Russell warned on Monday, and said that the attackers are using username and password data gathered from third party sites to brute-force their way into their customers' accounts.

  • 160,000 new malware samples appear each day

    02.09.2014

    Malware is still being created at the record levels reached in the previous quarter: 15 million new samples were generated, at an average rate of 160,000 every day, according to Panda Security.

  • 70% of IT pros experience weekly phishing attacks

    01.09.2014

    69 percent of IT professionals experience phishing attacks at least once a week, with customer data cited most often as the type of data attacked, followed by financial information, according to HP.




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Staples customers likely the latest victims of credit card breach

Posted on 21 October 2014.  |  Multiple banks say they have identified a pattern of credit and debit card fraud suggesting that several Staples Inc. office supply locations in the Northeastern United States are currently dealing with a data breach.


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