IRAN IS USING DANGEROUS MALWARE AND PHISHING ATTACKS AGAINST LINKEDIN USERS | RUSSIAN SPY AGENCY WAS HACKED Below are the links of the cyber security news. 1. A Russian spy
The tension generated by the cyber warfare between the United States, and its allies, and Iran keeps growing. Although some information security specialists consider Iranian hackers to be light years
A cybersecurity investigator reported the finding of at least eight databases without online protection measures. According to cyber forensics course specialists from the International Institute of Cyber Security (IICS), these
Attackers took advantage of a bank employee to penetrate their computer infrastructure Redbanc, a company responsible for administering the interbank ATM network in Chile, suffered a serious cybersecurity incident, reported
Private profile data, like phone numbers and email addresses, could have been easily collected. According to information security experts, the flaw was found in LinkedIn’s widely used AutoFill plugin, which allows approved
Hacking group OurMine has breached Vevo, a video hosting service, and has leaked files from the company’s internal network. The hacker group, who has a reputation for defacing websites and
A LinkedIn hack from back in 2012 is still causing problems for its users. The companyannounced this morning that another data set from the hack, which contains over 100 million
Developers at LinkedIn fixed a persistent cross site scripting vulnerability in the social network this week that could have been exploited to spread a worm on the service’s help forums.