Monthly Archives: May 2014

Iranian Hackers Created False Social Networking Accounts And A Bogus News Website To Spy On Military And Political Leaders In The US

Fake identities and pseudonymity is a common feature of Internet. The United States has been planning to use fake virtual people botnet and persona management software for long. Till now U.S. must actually be using these tactics. It has been … Continue reading

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Joshua Rogers Detected SQL Injection Vulnerability In EBay’s Sub Domain

EBay has been facing litigations in United States and Europe over the cyber breach of its computer systems. These investigations would analyse whether EBay has failed or not to adhere to proper cyber security practices and disclosure norms. Meanwhile, EBay … Continue reading

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Three U.S. States Are Investigating EBay’s Cyber Security Standards And Cyber Security Breach Disclosure Practices

Cyber security breaches are very common and are increasing world over these days. Cyber criminals are targeting companies possessing and storing sensitive information about people. These include banks, law firms, e-commerce companies and many more such institutions that are retaining … Continue reading

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U.S. Public Utility Cyber Attacked And Its Control System Network Compromised Reports ICS-CERT

Malware like Stuxnet, Duqu, Flame, Uroburos/Snake, Blackshades, FinFisher, etc have been targeting virtually everything worth money or strategic importance. They are also been used to indulge in cyber warfare and cyber espionage activities. They are stealth in nature and till … Continue reading

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