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CIC News for 10-04-2014 contains 49 articles: cybercrime(16),cyber security(8),data breach(12),other(13)

CIC News update contains 45 English and 4 Dutch articles for today.
In today's English news articles:
- 15 related to cybercrime
- 8 related to cyber security
- 12 related to data breach and identity theft
- 10 for the category other news

In today's Dutch news articles:
- 1 related to cybercrime
- 0 related to cyber security
- 3 for the category other news

Have fun reading.

English cybercrime related news

Stung by file-encrypting malware, researchers fight backLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

Jose Vildozas 62-year-old father was using his old Windows computer when a warning in broken English flashed on the screen: your files have been encrypted.Vildozas father, who speaks Spanish, didnt understand the warning, which demanded payment in order to decrypt the files. When Vildoza l... Read more

Source: www.pcworld.com

Top found tags: Microsoft(2),malware(3),cybercrime(5)

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Man behind Carder.su racketeering, other cybercrime pleading guiltyLocation: Las Vegas
Date published: 10-04-2014

A Georgia man agreed to plead guilty to federal racketeering charges associated with the so-called Carder.su criminal enterprise that trafficked and manufactured stolen and counterfeit credit cards resulting in $50 million in losses globally.The defendant, Cameron Harrison (also known as "Kilobit")... Read more

Source: arstechnica.com

Top found tags: credit card(2),cybercrime(2),financial sector(2)

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Government silent on cybercrimes draft lawLocation: London
Date published: 10-04-2014

Government officials yesterday continued to decline to comment on a leaked draft law on cybercrime that contains provisions rights groups say are very concerning to freedom of expression online.Article 19, the London-based group that obtained an English-language leaked draft, said in a statement th... Read more

Source: www.phnompenhpost.com

Top found tags: cybercrime(2),social media(2),government(5)

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Vietnam police arrest 11 in cybercrime raidLocation: Vietnam
Date published: 10-04-2014

Ho Chi Minh City police arrested 11 people from Taiwan for committing high-tech sophisticated cybercrime schemes over the internet.Local police caught the suspects red handed in Tan Phong ward, District 7, while they were in the process of swindling several Chinese people out of their money.Five la... Read more

Source: english.vietnamnet.vn

Top found tags: Vietnam(1),cybercrime(2),telecom sector(4)

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Can M'sia handle cyber attacks?Location: Facebook - Menlo Park, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

Cyber security is a growing concern worldwide. Hacking is rampant and the threat is real to any nation, for its implications can be far reaching. PETALING JAYA: In an age of technology and cyberspace, netizens are hooked on search engines like Google, social media like Facebook, Twitter... Read more

Source: www.freemalaysiatoday.com

Top found tags: telecom sector(2),social media(6),cybercrime(7)

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Nabbing cyber criminals is more complexLocation: Ohio
Date published: 09-04-2014

Recently, the federal government backed legislation that created tougher penalties for criminals found guilty of cyber crimes such as stalking or bullying on social networking sites.Part of the new law provided for more time for prosecutors to build a case because it is becoming increasingly diffic... Read more

Source: www.dlnnews.com

Top found tags: cybercrime(3),government(5),telecom sector(8)

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113 people detained and 70 arrested in action day tackling airline fraudLocation: Europol HQ - Den Haag, The Netherlands
Date published: 10-04-2014

On 8 and 9 April 2014 law enforcement agencies from across the world, supported by the European Cybercrime Centre (EC3) at Europol, joined forces with the airline, travel and credit card industries in the largest ever attack upon online fraud and illegal immigration. Rapid increases in Internet-fa... Read more

Source: www.infologue.com

Top found tags: airport(4),airport sector(4),financial sector(4)

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From Stuxnet to Melissa virus, cyber security experts speak, spar at Lewis & Clark symposiumLocation: U.S.
Date published: 10-04-2014

Cyber security experts Gail Harris and Thomas Rid holdvastly different views on cyber warfare. Yet the friendly combatants, speaking and sparring at Portland's Lewis& Clark College on Wednesday, took only 89 minutes to paint a bleakportrait of the multitude of global security threats posed by o... Read more

Source: www.oregonlive.com

Top found tags: cyber warfare(2),United States(2),cybercrime(4)

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Android malware is rare, but some choose it deliberatelyLocation: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

Google just released its latest numbers of potentially harmful apps (PHA) installed on Android devices. Based on data from 4 billion app installations, only 0.18% of users go forward with an app installation after being warned that it may be insecure, according to Google. Interestingly, though, tha... Read more

Source: www.networkworld.com

Top found tags: Google(2),Google Play(2),telecom sector(8)

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Money mule jailed for more than two yearsLocation: New Zealand
Date published: 10-04-2014

In a foreign country and failing at his studies, an Auckland university student became embroiled in an offshore money muling scam. Harsh Rana, 27, was today jailed for two years and two months after admitting 21 charges of dishonestly using a document and 17 of accessing a computer system for disho... Read more

Source: www.nzherald.co.nz

Top found tags: government(2),New Zealand(2),education(3)

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Call of Duty 'fragged using OpenSSL's Heartbleed exploit'Location: Activision Inc. HQ - Santa Monica, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

Call of Duty: Black Ops II appears to have been compromised using the now infamous Heartbleed exploit, according to security researchers.The Heartbleed security bug is a simple example of memory leakage through an overflow vulnerability in the Heartbeat component of OpenSSL. Bits of memory in 64 ki... Read more

Source: www.theregister.co.uk

Top found tags: gaming(2),patch(2),update(2)

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DDoS attacks Bigger, Badder and Nastier than last yearLocation: Incapsula HQ - Redwood Shores, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

A raft of next-generation DDoS attacks have marked the first months of 2014, says a new report from Incapsula, which notes that large-scale SYN floods attacks now account for a hefty 51.5 percent of all large-scale attacks.The research - which covers the whole of 2013 and the first two months of 20... Read more

Source: www.scmagazineuk.com

Top found tags: trend(1),government(2),cybercrime(5)

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Another Tech Company Is The Victim Of A DDoS AttackLocation: 37Signals - Chicago, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

We posted a few weeks ago about a coordinateddistributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) attack on the website MeetUp.com, which knocked the site offline for an entire weekend. Well, it would appear that, a couple of weeks later, the same folks were at it again, this time targeting the popular proj... Read more

Source: it-lex.org

Top found tags: website(1),DoS(2),cybercrime(3)

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DDoS attacks target online gamingLocation: Johannesburg, South Africa
Date published: 10-04-2014

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are not limited to enterprises; we have recently seen a string of DDoS attacks hitting the gaming industry, says senior engineer at F5 Networks, Martin Walshaw."The attacks have become more frequent, particularly in the professional gaming scene where la... Read more

Source: www.itweb.co.za

Top found tags: gaming(2),cybercrime(3),financial sector(4)

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Cyber crime explosion leads to security update releases every 40-50 minutesLocation: Symantec HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

The level of cyber criminal activity has reached such proportions that security solution providers are being forced to roll out updates every 40 to 50 minutes, according to Symantec, the US company behind the Norton Internet Security package.This piece of information was provided by Orla Cox, senio... Read more

Source: www.misco.co.uk

Top found tags: update (1),update(2),cybercrime(5)

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English cyber security related news

What is the Heartbleed Security Flaw? Cybercriminals Exploit Internet Bug to Gain Personal DataLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

The Heartbleed security flaw has been uncovered and leaves an opening for cybercriminals to exploit the internet. Hackers may gain access to users personal information that includes their name, address, billing information and passwords.So what is Heartbleed? It is a flaw in OpenSSL which ... Read more

Source: americanlivewire.com

Top found tags: website(1),cyber security(2),cybercrime(6)

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NSS Labs Ranks Cisco Advanced Malware Protection Among Top Breach Detection SystemsLocation: NSS Labs - Austin, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

San Jose, Calif., Apr. 8, 2014 Cisco today announced that its Advanced Malware Protection (AMP), originally developed by Sourcefire, was ranked among the top solutions in NSS Labs latest Security Value Map (SVM) for Breach Detection Systems (BDS), earning a Recommended rating. NSS La... Read more

Source: newswire.telecomramblings.com

Top found tags: cyber security(2),malware(2),cybercrime(3)

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IT Security Specialist Sentor Launches in the U.S. With ScrapeSentry, Anti-Scraping ServiceLocation: U.S.
Date published: 09-04-2014

BOSTON, MA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/09/14 -- Leading European IT managed security services and anti-scraping solutions provider, Sentor, is continuing its international expansion by opening a U.S. office. The new office, located in Boston MA, will be managed by Gus Cunningham, who joins Sentor after ... Read more

Source: world.einnews.com

Top found tags: information security(2),security measures(2),United States(2)

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Anatomy of OpenSSL's Heartbleed: Just four bytes trigger horror bugLocation: London, United Kingdom
Date published: 09-04-2014

Analysis The password-leaking OpenSSL bug dubbed Heartbleed is so bad, switching off the internet for a while sounds like a good plan.A tiny flaw in the widely used encryption library allows anyone to trivially and secretly dip into vulnerable systems, from your bank's HTTPS server to your private ... Read more

Source: www.theregister.co.uk

Top found tags: website(1),cyber security(2),financial sector(2)

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Not just websites hit by OpenSSL's Heartbleed PCs, phones and more under threatLocation: London, United Kingdom
Date published: 10-04-2014

While most of the buzz surrounding OpenSSL's Heartbleed vulnerability has focussed on websites and other servers, the SANS Institute reminds us that software running on PCs, tablets and more is just as potentially vulnerable.Williams said the data-leaking bug is much scarier than the gotofail... Read more

Source: www.theregister.co.uk

Top found tags: cyber security(2),vulnerability(2),telecom sector(4)

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This Android Malware Placebo Earned $40,000Location: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

Malware protection for $4, with no battery impact and no ongoing subscription fee all offered in app that takes up less than one megabyte of space on your phone.It sounds too good to be true. It is.But thats what Virus Shield, briefly among the top-rated paid apps on Google Play, promised wo... Read more

Source: www.makeuseof.com

Top found tags: Google(2),Google Play(2),telecom sector(6)

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Hacker exposes 'embarrassing' weakness in Met's online securityLocation: Metropolitan Police - London, United Kingdom
Date published: 10-04-2014

A computer security expert took less than two minutes to exploit an embarrassing flaw in the Metropolitan Polices website, which he claims could have left computer users vulnerable to malicious attacks. Ilia Kolochenko, a consultant who is employed by companies to find weaknesses in their ... Read more

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

Top found tags: United Kingdom(2),vulnerability(2),cybercrime(4)

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Heartbleed worries lead to game name change on Steam - htxt.africaLocation: Johannesburg, South Africa
Date published: 10-04-2014

It was a temporary change. but change it did: recent worries over the new Heartbleed security exploit led to the PC version of South Park: The Stick of Truth having its name changed on Steam libraries to valve please reset all partner logins because heartbleed.This was picked up and reported ... Read more

Source: www.htxt.co.za

Top found tags: report(1),SSL (1),cyber security(2)

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English data breach and identity theft related news

Canadian Bill Would Punish Data Breach Reporting FailuresLocation: Ottawa, Canada
Date published: 09-04-2014

Law360, New York (April 09, 2014, 7:07 PM ET) -- Canadian lawmakers on Tuesday moved to strengthen the country's online privacy regime by introducing a bill that would establish a national data breach notification standard and require companies that ignore their reporting obligations to pay up to $... Read more

Source: www.law360.com

Top found tags: data breach(2),government(2),legislation(2)

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Recent retail data breaches may be linked to tax return identity theftLocation: St. Charles, Missouri, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) Its a battle, that youre forced to fight. Someone steals your social security number and files a federal tax return using your name. The thief gets a real check and the honest taxpayer gets a real headacheIts convenient and quick, why not file electronically? Sadly ... Read more

Source: fox2now.com

Top found tags: data breach(2),identity theft(2),telecom sector(4)

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Whistleblower Says He Warned University Of Maryland Before DataBreachLocation: University of Maryland - Washington, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

BALTIMORE COUNTY, Md. (WJZ) A data breach drew the nations attention to the University of Maryland. It exposed sensitive information, including Social Security numbers of hundreds of thousands of current and former students and employeesand it led to an FBI raid on the home of a software ... Read more

Source: baltimore.cbslocal.com

Top found tags: education(2),government(2),vulnerability(2)

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Identity theft a $21 billion industryLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

NORMAL About 12 million identities are stolen every year, and the thefts come with a $21 billion price tag.It happens to all of us, so we have to be really careful, said Betsy Miller, consumer affairs administrator for the Illinois Comptroller in Springfield.The reason they take your i... Read more

Source: www.pantagraph.com

Top found tags: financial sector(4),social media(4),telecom sector(8)

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Restaurant worker faces new skimming chargesLocation: Clifton Park, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

CLIFTON PARK A 20-year-old Brooklyn man faces additional felony charges linked to the theft of more than two dozen credit and debit card numbers from a now-closed Bethlehem restaurant, State Policesaid.Saihing Chan had already been charged late last month by authorities in Albany County with id... Read more

Source: www.timesunion.com

Top found tags: credit card(2),identity theft(2),financial sector(4)

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4 arrested in credit card fraud schemeLocation: U.S.
Date published: 09-04-2014

LOUISVILLE, Ky. Four arrests have been made after authorities served search warrants at two homes in a neighborhood off Poplar Level Road. Drugs and cash were seized, along with the equipment to recode stolen credit cards to make counterfeit ones.While Louisville Metro Po... Read more

Source: www.wlky.com

Top found tags: data breach(2),financial sector(2),United States(2)

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Breaches expose 552 million identities in 2013Location: Symantec HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

After lurking in the shadows for the first ten months of 2013, cybercriminals unleashed the most damaging series of cyberattacks in history. Symantecs Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), Volume 19, shows a significant shift in cybercriminal behavior, revealing the bad guys are plotting for m... Read more

Source: www.net-security.org

Top found tags: health sector(4),medical sector(4),cybercrime(8)

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Number of Mega Data Breaches jumped from 1 to 8 in 2013, 552 Million Identities Exposed -reportLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

After lurking in the shadows for the first ten months of 2013, cybercriminals unleashed the most damaging series of cyberattacks in history.Symantecs Internet Security Threat Report (ISTR), Volume 19, shows a significant shift in cybercriminal behavior, revealing the bad guys are plotting for mo... Read more

Source: pctechmag.com

Top found tags: health sector(4),medical sector(4),cybercrime(7)

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Neiman Marcus Tied to Heartland Breach?Location: Neiman Marcus - Dallas, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

In response to recent news reports, fraud analysts say it's no stretch to assume the Neiman Marcus data breach may have ties to the same criminal group responsible for the 2008 network attack on Heartland Payments Systems Inc. and other entities.That's because the malware used to capture and steal ... Read more

Source: www.bankinfosecurity.com

Top found tags: United States(2),cybercrime(4),financial sector(8)

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Authorities seek woman in connection with identity theftLocation: Harford County, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

BEL AIR, Md. The Harford County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public's help to identify a woman wanted in several states in connection with identity theft, theft and fraud. Authorities released the image of the woman Thursday and said all information received from the public wil... Read more

Source: www.wbaltv.com

Top found tags: Anonymous(2),identity theft(2),telecom sector(4)

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Kids new targets of identity theftLocation: Ottawa, Canada
Date published: 10-04-2014

In the duplicitous world of fraud, it could be called the "original SIN." A parent applies for a social insurance number (SIN) for her child in order to open a Registered Retirement Savings Plan, but unless the number is protected, it can be used to create a completely new identity to apply for cre... Read more

Source: www.torontosun.com

Top found tags: United States(2),financial sector(6),telecom sector(8)

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Archdiocesan data breach leads to identity theft, false tax returnsLocation: Archdiocese of Portland - Oregon, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

A data breach of the Archdiocese of Portlands computer systems has led to the filing of fraudulent tax returns, according to local media reports. A number of employees and volunteers of the Archdiocese of Portland, parishes, and schools have been victims of tax-identity fraud, the Oregon a... Read more

Source: www.catholicculture.org

Top found tags: report(1),data breach(2),identity theft(2)

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Other English news

WordPress Customers Receive Automatic Security UpdatesLocation: WordPress - San Francisco, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

The WordPress 3.8.2 update provides additional checks to limit the risk of pingback attacks. WordPress blogs around the world began to receive an automatic security update late on April 8 to fix security vulnerabilities. The WordPress 3.8.2 and 3.7.2 updates each provide five security fixes, as wel... Read more

Source: www.eweek.com

Top found tags: WordPress(1),update(2),vulnerability(2)

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BlackBerry Patches Remote Code Execution Security VulnerabilityLocation: BlackBerry - Ontario, Canada
Date published: 09-04-2014

BlackBerrys Security Incident Response Team (BBSIRT) today released a security advisory resolving a remote code execution vulnerability in BlackBerry 10.The company says it has no knowledge of attacks actively exploiting this bug in the wild.BlackBerry is committed to protecting customers fro... Read more

Source: threatpost.com

Top found tags: patch(2),update(2),telecom sector(6)

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Skimming device found at Plainview TD Bank, say copsLocation: TD Bank near Plainview, New York, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

Routine repairs on a TD Bank ATM in Plainview turned up a skimming device, which "compromised" numerous people's accounts, Nassau County police said Wednesday.On the same day -- March 9 -- the repairman found a second device on a card entrance outside the bank, at 500 Old Country Rd.A TD Bank spoke... Read more

Source: www.newsday.com

Top found tags: government(2),police(2),financial sector(6)

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Julian Assange: Debian Is Owned By The NSALocation: New York, United States
Date published:In his Q&A to his keynote address at the World Hosting Days Global 2014 conference in April, the world's largest hosting and cloud event, Julian Assange discussed encryption technology in the context of hosting systems. He discussed the cypherpunk credo of how encryption can level the playing field between powerful governments and people, and about

In his Q&A to his keynote address at the World Hosting Days Global 2014 conference in April, the world's largest hosting and cloud event, Julian Assange discussed encryption technology in the context of hosting systems. He discussed the cypherpunk credo of how encryption can level the playing field ... Read more

Source: igurublog.wordpress.com

Top found tags: Debian(1),EN(1),government(2)

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Iran: The World's Worst Cyber-Terrorists - For NowLocation: Iran
Date published: 10-04-2014

In the last 12 months Iran has emerged as a credible cyber terror threat to the US, targeting several US government agencies, but its lack of skills in this area means that for now, it has been unable to cause significant damage.Iran is more than five years behind the likes of China, the US and Rus... Read more

Source: www.ibtimes.co.uk

Top found tags: cyber espionage(2),data theft(2),government(2)

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ICS and SCADA: A New Window of VulnerabilityLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

There is quite a buzz these days about Microsofts end-of-support announcement for Windows XP. Attackers have been exploiting Windows for a long time, and organizations have become proficient in patching windows on a monthly cadence. If one were to study the data, we might find that pizza deliver... Read more

Source: blogs.ixiacom.com

Top found tags: Microsoft(2),vulnerability(2),critical infrastructure(6)

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More than 27% of PCs still using Windows XPLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

More than 27 per cent of PCs are running on the Windows XP operating system (OS), in spite of the fact Microsoft withdrew security updates and technical support for the 13-year-old software yesterday. Figures from NetMarketShare show as of last month 27.69 per cent of PCs were still running on XP, ... Read more

Source: www.humanipo.com

Top found tags: South Africa(2),Nigeria(3),telecom sector(4)

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Adobe patches a critical flaw in Flash Player and AIR shown at Pwn2Own contestLocation: Adobe HQ - San Jose, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

Adobe Systems released security updates for Flash Player and AIR in order to address four critical vulnerabilities that could lead to arbitrary code execution and information disclosure.One of the vulnerabilities, identified as CVE-2014-0506, stems from a use-after-free memory bug while the other, ... Read more

Source: www.networkworld.com

Top found tags: update(2),vulnerability(2),telecom sector(4)

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Cancer scare scam email warningLocation: London, United Kingdom
Date published: 10-04-2014

POLICE are advising the public to be wary of emails claiming to be from the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE). Scam emails doing the rounds are telling people that as a result of a recent blood test, cancer was suspected and they should contact their GP. Recipients are advise... Read more

Source: www.salisburyjournal.co.uk

Top found tags: report(1),scam(1),spyware(1)

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Defending Against Advanced ThreatsLocation: Department of Homeland Security - Washington, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

Advanced threats are like the weather. Everyone talks about them, but few have a solid defense plan - or even a solid understanding of the threat landscape. Mike Nichols of General Dynamics Fidelis Cybersecurity Solutions offers insight.One common misunderstanding of advanced threat defense is that... Read more

Source: www.govinfosecurity.com

Top found tags: DHS(2),government(2),United States(4)

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Dutch cybercrime related news

Gemeente beveiligt Windows XP-computersLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 10-04-2014

In de media zijn berichten verschenen dat de computers van de gemeente Groningen na 8 april niet meer veilig zouden zijn voor inbraken door hackers. Op die datum stopte Microsoft met de ondersteuning van Windows XP. De gemeente heeft maatregelen genomen tegen deze onveiligheid.Een deel ... Read more

Source: www.groningerkrant.nl

Top found tags: The Netherlands(2),Vereniging Nederlandse Gemeenten(3),local authority(4)

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Windows XP-update kost gemeente Eindhoven geldLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

EINDHOVEN - Om de computers die nog draaien op het verouderde besturingssysteem Windows XP voor dit jaar te beveiligen, heeft de gemeente Eindhoven een contract ter waarde van 60.000 euro afgesloten met leverancier Microsoft. Helmond kan dat geld op zak houden, daar werken alle ambtenaren al met ni... Read more

Source: www.ed.nl

Top found tags: government(2),Microsoft(2),update(2)

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Grote steden gaan Windows XP zlf beveiligenLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 09-04-2014

Het Nationaal Cyber Security Centrum (NCSC) onderdeel van het ministerie van Veiligheid en Justitie was redelijk stellig op vrijdag 28 februari over het einde van de technische ondersteuning aan het besturingssyteem door Microsoft: Stop met het gebruik van Windows XP.We citeren:Com... Read more

Source: politiek.thepostonline.nl

Top found tags: NCSC(2),The Netherlands(4),government(5)

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Details ondersteuningsovereenkomst Windows XP met Microsoft en decentrale overhedenLocation: Den Haag
Date published: 10-04-2014

Op initiatief van de vijf grootste gemeenten, Amsterdam, Den Haag, Rotterdam, Utrecht en Eindhoven (G5), de Informatiebeveiligingsdienst voor gemeenten (IBD) en de VNG is gisteren, 9 april 2014, met Microsoft een ondersteuningsovereenkomst getekend voor n jaar, ten behoeve van de migratie van W... Read more

Source: www.vng.nl

Top found tags: Vereniging Nederlandse Gemeenten(3),government(5),local authority(6)

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