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CIC News for 01-05-2014 contains 47 articles: cybercrime(26),cyber security(9),data breach(4),other(8)

CIC News update contains 45 English and 2 Dutch articles for today.
In today's English news articles:
- 24 related to cybercrime
- 9 related to cyber security
- 4 related to data breach and identity theft
- 8 for the category other news

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

Have fun reading.

English cybercrime related news

Heart Bleed bug test: After patch, hackers claim to find flaw in new OpenSSL softwareLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

A group of five hackers claim they have found a flaw in the new version of OpenSSL a software program re-released this month after the Heartbleed bug was fixed.The hackers put a letter on text application Pastebinon April 22, stating that they worked for two weeks to find a vulnerability in the ... Read more

Source: www.christiantoday.com

Top found tags: OpenSSL(2),vulnerability(2),cybercrime(3)

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France Getting Battered By DDoS AttacksLocation: Arbor Networks - Burlington, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

As the UK enjoys a relatively low volume of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, France is seeing deluges of traffic hitting organisations frequently, according to research.Major hosting providers, including the hugely-polular, OVH have attracted DDoSers to France, which was only outdone b... Read more

Source: www.techweekeurope.co.uk

Top found tags: DoS(2),United Kingdom(2),cybercrime(3)

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Microsoft IE zero day and recent exploitation trends (CVE-2014-1776)Location: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Microsoft released an advisory last weekend on a new IE (Internet Explorer) zero-day in the wild, CVE-2014-1776. It is believed that the attack was used in a form of a spear-phishing. The VGX.DLL, which is used for VML (Vector Markup Language) rendering on IE was used for exploitation. IE 6 to IE 1... Read more

Source: h30499.www3.hp.com

Top found tags: Internet Explorer(2),phishing(2),0-day(1)

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Two New Vulnerabilities Linked to Latest IE Zero DayLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

UPDATE Researchers at Websense said today they may have isolated two components within the VGX library that are being exploited by attackers targeting the latest Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability.By combing through millions of Windows crash reports sent via the Windows Error Reporting fe... Read more

Source: threatpost.com

Top found tags: United Kingdom(2),United States(2),0-day(1)

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Hacking Traffic Systems for Fun and ChaosLocation: New York City, New York, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

It has been a running joke in the tech industry for years that the hacking scenes in movies are, well, a joke. Hackers in hoodies pushing a few keys and taking down the power grid or causing massive traffic pileups by turning all the stoplights green at once. While those scenes provide endless ente... Read more

Source: threatpost.com

Top found tags: United Kingdom(2),government(3),United States(4)

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Hanoi spyware gang steals money from 100,000 cellphone usersLocation: Hanoi, Vietnam
Date published: 01-05-2014

Hanoi police said Tuesday they had arrested four suspects accused of using spyware to steal money from 100,000 Vietnamese mobile phone users.Three employees of Hanoi-based Soloha construction company and a website owner allegedly lured mobile phone users to download malicious apps from their websit... Read more

Source: www.thanhniennews.com

Top found tags: Vietnam(1),website(1),telecom sector(8)

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Bad bots on the rise: A look at mobile, social, porn, and spam bots.Location: Twitter - San Francisco, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Bad bots create untold security nightmares for the enterprise. Today, we're taking a look at the trouble they lead to, and what companies can do to about it. From 2012 to 2013, Incapsula, a website security firm focusing on CDN solutions as load balancing, found that bot traffic went fr... Read more

Source: www.csoonline.com

Top found tags: Fortinet(3),social media(6),telecom sector(6)

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Want some malware? Visit a piracy website and have fun, report saysLocation: London,United Kingdom
Date published: 30-04-2014

Research indicates a whopping 90 percent of the top 30 most visited Internet piracy websites in the United Kingdom contained some form of malware or "Potentially Unwanted Programs" (PUPs) to compromise user systems. The piracy sites often rely on social engineering techniques to trick u... Read more

Source: www.tweaktown.com

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

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DDoS Ammunition: Are you protected?Location: Federal Financial Institutions Examination Council - Washington D.C., United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Saar here, resident engineer at Myriad Supply. Today Ill be discussing DDoS ammunition.The FFIEC gives recommendations to banking institutions. This is a non-binding recommendation, and there is no law per say that says you must have DDoS protection. However, if someone suffers financial d... Read more

Source: www.myriadsupply.com

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

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Storm crimeware attack campaigns hit Windows XP users in ChinaLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

From late 2013 through the early part of this year, researchers noted a spike in campaigns spreading crimewarethat targets Windows XP systems. On Tuesday, the Akamai Prolexic Security Engineering and Response Team (PLXsert) detailed the threat on a company blog, and published an advisory on the Sto... Read more

Source: www.scmagazine.com

Top found tags: DoS(2),Microsoft(2),cybercrime(3)

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Internet of Thingbots: The New Security WorryLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Phishing and spam attacks involving Internet of Things devices are coming -- and app developers and device makers must be ready, says a CA Technologies exec.Builders of consumer appliances over the years haven't devoted a lot of time and energy to matters of security. This made sense wh... Read more

Source: www.informationweek.com

Top found tags: spam(1),threat(1),cybercrime(5)

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Beware Ad Buyers and Sellers: The Drone Army is ComingLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

With all the recent coverage about non-human activity and outright ad fraud in digital marketing, the term "botnet" has become widely used as a synonym for all things related to fake traffic.The perception seems to be that there are individual creators of these monolithic botnets that single-handed... Read more

Source: adage.com

Top found tags: website(1),Anonymous(2),cybercrime(4)

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FBI bigwig pleads for help from ISPs in fight against cyber crimeLocation: Federal Bureau of Investigation - Washington D.C., United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

The FBI has appealed to the IT industry, and specifically to the cyber security industry, to help it pursue cyber criminals across international borders, insisting US government investigations are "at the whims of ISPs".Just days after a US court ruled that all global cloud companies must hand over... Read more

Source: www.computing.co.uk

Top found tags: United States(2),cybercrime(3),government(3)

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Europol Cybercrime Chief Believes Cyber Threat Will 'Change the World'Location: Europol HQ - Den Haag, The Netherlands
Date published: 29-04-2014

According to the man tasked with tackling online crime across the European Union, the continent's reliance on the internet to do business makes it the perfect target for cybercriminals, who don't even have to leave their armchairs to commit crimes.Troels Oerting, head of Europol's European Cybercri... Read more

Source: www.ibtimes.co.uk

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

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Todays mobile malware vastly different from a decade ago: FortinetLocation: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Security vendor finds todays mobile malware has roots in the popularity of Android A decade may have passed since mobile malware showed up, but according to Fortinet Global security strategist, Derek Manky, the biggest shifts took place in the last two years.Manky said mo... Read more

Source: www.arnnet.com.au

Top found tags: Trend Micro(2),cybercrime(3),telecom sector(8)

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Telecoms unconsulted on cyberlaw provisionsLocation: New York, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Telecommunications companies say they are being left in the dark on the controversial draft law on cybercrime, despite provisions in the proposed law allowing prosecutors to order internet service providers to preserve data for them as part of criminal investigations.Three large telecom firms provi... Read more

Source: www.phnompenhpost.com

Top found tags: cybercrime(2),government(3),telecom sector(4)

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Surge in Bitcoin cybercrimeLocation: Kaspersky HQ - Moscow, Russia
Date published: 01-05-2014

The number of financial malware attacks targeting crypto-currency, Bitcoin, increased more than 2.5 times and accounted for 8.3 million incidents in 2013.These were the findings from the Financial cyber threats in 2013 study carried out by a security solutions provider, Kaspersky Lab.Bitcoin ... Read more

Source: businesstech.co.za

Top found tags: financial sector(2),Kaspersky Lab(4),cybercrime(7)

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Phishing crook behind 1.5m scam given two-year prison sentenceLocation: London, United Kingdom
Date published: 01-05-2014

A crook behind a phishing scam targeting students that raked in more than 1.5m has been sentenced to two years and three months in prison.Tunji Isiaka Lawal was arrested in December 2013 as part of an ongoing exercise to capture all those involved in the scam. The scheme involved tricking student... Read more

Source: www.v3.co.uk

Top found tags: cybercrime(4),telecom sector(4),financial sector(6)

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Security flaws see Irish users pull the plug on Windows XPLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

THE number of Irish people using Windows XP has fallen sharply since Microsoft ceased providing security support, according to new industry figures. The global web-tracking firm Statcounter has revealed that Irish PCs using Windows XP has fallen from 10.3pc to 8.7pc in the last month, a... Read more

Source: www.independent.ie

Top found tags: telecom sector(2),website(2),government(3)

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Shock, horror! UK pirate sites contain malwareLocation: Londen, United Kingdom
Date published: 01-05-2014

TV and film streaming sites carry bugs - just like we've always known. New research has found that 90% of the most popular British movie and TV pirate sites in the UK contain malware - telling us something most of us already knew.The report carried out by anti-piracy consultancy firm Intelligent Co... Read more

Source: www.cbronline.com

Top found tags: financial sector(2),United Kingdom(2),cybercrime(3)

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News briefs The latest on the Target breach, a flaw in WinRAR and moreLocation: Trustwave - Chicago, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Banks impacted by Target's late-2013 breach banded together to file a short-lived class-action against the retailer and Chicago-based security firm Trustwave. In late March, Trustmark National Bank and Green Bank claimed that security vulnerabilities went either undetected or ignored by Trust... Read more

Source: www.scmagazine.com

Top found tags: malware(3),financial sector(6),telecom sector(10)

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France is getting its ass handed to it by DDoS attacksLocation: Paris, France
Date published: 01-05-2014

France is being battered by a relentless onslaught of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, according to the latest research.The unprecedented levels of DDoS attacks are down to the popularity of several major French hosting providers, such as OVH.According to research published by Arbor, t... Read more

Source: www.itproportal.com

Top found tags: gaming(2),ISP(2),cybercrime(4)

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Internet Explorer bug fixed, even for XPLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Microsoft has issued a patch for the Internet Explorer flaw that lets hackers take control of your computer -- even for users of Windows XP. Microsoft (MSFT, Fortune 500) was racing to issue a fix for the Internet Explorer browser bug that security researchers discovered this past weekend. Starting... Read more

Source: money.cnn.com

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

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Microsoft releases unscheduled patch for IE zeroday, XP users get fix tooLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Microsoft has patched a critical Internet Explorer flaw being leveraged in zero-day attacks and those running no-longer-supported Windows XP will also benefit from the unscheduled update. In a Thursday blog post, Dustin Childs, the group manager of response communications at Microsoft Trustwort... Read more

Source: www.scmagazine.com

Top found tags: patch(2),update(2),0-day(1)

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English cyber security related news

A healthcare IT security spending wish listLocation: Boston, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Where should healthcare organization focus their security spending in 2014? With cyber attacks growing more sophisticated and with more severe regulatory enforcement in place, it's a vital question, John D. Halamka (pictured right), chief information officer of Boston's Beth Israel Deaconess Medica... Read more

Source: www.fiercehealthit.com

Top found tags: medical sector(2),cybercrime(3),cyber security(4)

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Facebook exploit is not uniqueLocation: Facebook - Menlo Park, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

#DDoS #infosec Facebook isn't unique in the ability to use it to attack a third party, it's just more effective. This week's "bad news" with respect to information security centers on Facebook and the exploitation of HTTP caches to affect a DDoS attack. Reported as a 'vulnerability', this exploit t... Read more

Source: www.sys-con.com

Top found tags: cyber security(2),information security(2),social media(2)

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Smart Grid: Two immediate steps to improve your smart grid cybersecurity (from an expert)Location: Department of Homeland Security - Washington, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

This guest editorial from Julian Waits of ThreatTrack Security spends most of its time warning of the glaring vulnerabilities present in most smart grids. It's a much-needed reminder. But I want you to pay special attention to the two suggestions at the bottom. They are straightforward steps you ca... Read more

Source: www.smartgridnews.com

Top found tags: cyber security(4),United States(4),government(5)

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Eircom forced to shut email services after hacking breachLocation: New Delhi, India
Date published: 01-05-2014

An attempt by hackers to take over Eircom's computers led to the company temporarily shutting down email services to 350,000 people yesterday. The security breach was part of what Eircom suspects was a 'denial of service' attack, where hackers use a company's computers to launch a bigge... Read more

Source: www.independent.ie

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

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Android accounts for whopping 99 percent of mobile malwareLocation: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

NINETY-NINE PERCENT of mobile threats in the first quarter of 2014 were aimed at Android devices according to the latest figures from F-Secure. Of the 277 new threats recorded in the latest F-Secure study, only two were aimed at other operating systems - one at iOS, the other at Symbian. Of these, ... Read more

Source: www.theinquirer.net

Top found tags: United Kingdom(2),cybercrime(3),telecom sector(6)

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Sefnit Botnet Swaps Tor for SSHLocation: Facebook - Menlo Park, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Facebook security researchers spot a Sefnit/Mevade click-fraud and Bitcoin-mining botnet returning to its previous SSH command-and-control communications infrastructure.A botnet that had confounded researchers by using the Tor anonymizing network has been spotted rearing its ugly head again -- no l... Read more

Source: www.darkreading.com

Top found tags: social media(2),telecom sector(2),update(2)

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The Wild Cyber WestLocation: Center for Strategic and International Studies - Washington, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

The Bonnie and Clyde of cybercrime, Russia and China, are stepping up their game. In the May issue of Townhall Magazine, where this article originally appeared, Cortney OBrien explains how U.S. businesses and the federal government are going to have to play better defense. Did you know your rout... Read more

Source: townhall.com

Top found tags: cyber security(4),government(6),cybercrime(7)

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Darknet & Bitcoin: The Perfect Storm for CybercriminalsLocation: Europol HQ - Den Haag, The Netherlands
Date published: 01-05-2014

The developers of the Tor anonymity network and the mysterious Satoshi Nakamoto who created bitcoin probably didn't imagine that their products would be fuelling the burgeoning criminal underworld when law enforcement agencies are fighting a losing battle against ever more sophisticated and innovat... Read more

Source: www.ibtimes.co.uk

Top found tags: United Kingdom(2),government(4),cybercrime(6)

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What to look for in social malware defense -- GCNLocation: NSS Labs - Austin, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

A study by cybersecurity research firm NSS Labs found little difference in the overall performance of five popular products that promise protection against socially engineered malware (SEM), such as fake system upgrades as well as fake anti-virus and trojanized applications. So how can agencies cho... Read more

Source: gcn.com

Top found tags: antivirus(4),cybercrime(4),cyber security(4)

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English data breach and identity theft related news

Target Aims to Lock Doors to Future Security BreachesLocation: Target HQ - Minneapolis, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

NEWS ANALYSIS: A new CIO and new security programs are set to debut at Target as the retailer aims to head off future security breaches. For the last five months, retail giant Target has had its security practices under a microscope as it has struggled to recover from a devastating data breach at t... Read more

Source: www.eweek.com

Top found tags: Department of Justice(3),government(3),United States(6)

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The most common ways our data is breachedLocation: Verizon HQ - New York, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Verizon's 2014 Data Breach Investigations Report reveals that nine types of attacks are responsible for 92 percent of 100,000 incidents during the past 10 years.. The nine attacks are Web app attacks, cyber-espionage, point of sale intrusions, physical theft, crimeware, miscellaneous errors, and "e... Read more

Source: www.wcpo.com

Top found tags: government(2),cybercrime(3),United States(4)

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Australian business Multicard breaches privacy of 9000 after records found through GoogleLocation: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Australia's federal privacy commissioner has found a company responsible for the identification of people with border security clearance breached its customers' privacy and the Privacy Act by making their personal information available online.The breach, by Australian company Multicard, resulted in... Read more

Source: www.smh.com.au

Top found tags: information security(2),security measures(2),cyber security(8)

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Drop in data breach fines despite uptick in security leaksLocation: London, United Kingdom
Date published: 01-05-2014

The ICO is dishing out fewer data breach fines even though more companies are owning upThe number of data breaches reported to the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has increased over the past year, while the penalties issued by the data protection watchdog have more than halved... Read more

Source: www.itpro.co.uk

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

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Other English news

Android by far the most common host for mobile malware, says reportLocation: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

Android remains, by far, the most common target for mobile malware, the latest report highlighting the vulnerability of different operating systems suggests. According to research from F-Secure, Android is almost exclusively the end target for those looking to send their malware to different device... Read more

Source: www.siliconrepublic.com

Top found tags: SMS(1),vulnerability(1),telecom sector(6)

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Police seek tips in credit card fraudLocation: National Crime Agency - London, United Kingdom
Date published: 01-05-2014

LANCASTER, Pa. (WHTM) - Police in Lancaster County need help identifying three suspects in a case of credit card theft and fraud.East Lampeter Township police said two people reported their credit cards and cash were stolen from their purses Tuesday while they dined at the Olive Garden restaurant i... Read more

Source: www.abc27.com

Top found tags: report(1),credit card(2),financial sector(2)

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Risk Analysis of GPS-Dependent Communications Critical Infrastructure Utilized by the US Electric Power GridLocation: Department of Homeland Security - Washington, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

The nations Critical Infrastructure (CI) forms a complex System of Systems (S-o-S) comprised of 16 sectors defined by the United States Department of Homeland Security (DHS). This S-o-S is characterized by myriad interconnections and interdependent subsystems. Of these 16 sectors, the communicat... Read more

Source: ir.lib.virginia.edu

Top found tags: DHS(4),government(4),United States(8)

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Eugene Kaspersky: major cyberterrorist attack is only matter of timeLocation: Kaspersky HQ - Moscow, Russia
Date published: 01-05-2014

Nations must be ready for a remote attack on critical infrastructure, including power and transport systems, says security expert.A major, global cyberterrorist attack has long been the stuff of fiction, the threat that a malevolent hacker could bring down businesses, sabotage power pla... Read more

Source: www.theguardian.com

Top found tags: government(2),United Kingdom(2),Kaspersky Lab(4)

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$35 million union dues-skimming scheme halted in MichiganLocation: Michigan, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

This is the sort of thing Senator Mike Lee (R-UT) was talking about when he described our antiquated labor laws as a form of cronyism. Rarely has there been a more clear-cut case of political connections being employed to siphon money from taxpayers into the greedy hands of the well-connected, with... Read more

Source: www.humanevents.com

Top found tags: health sector(2),medical sector(2),United States(2)

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England suffered the highest number of mobile malware in Q1 2014Location: Google HQ - Mountain View, United States
Date published: 30-04-2014

England faced the largeset amount of mobile malware during the first quarter of 2014, with 15-20 malware files blocked for every 10,000 users, averaging to about one in every 500, according to security firm F-Secure. Following England, the United States, India and Germany each had five to 10 malwar... Read more

Source: www.tweaktown.com

Top found tags: Saudi Arabia(2),United States(2),telecom sector(6)

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Microsoft Plugs Major Security Hole In IE, Throws Windows XP Users A BoneLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Rather than wait around another couple of weeks until this month's scheduled Patch Tuesday to address a security flaw in virtually all versions of its Internet Explorer browser, Microsoft decided the situation was serious enough to warrant an out-of-band security update. The fix has been fully test... Read more

Source: hothardware.com

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

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Microsoft will patch IE bug in Windows XP, changing courseLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

In a major turn of events in the Internet security world, Microsoft says it will patch a high-profile vulnerability in Internet Explorer on versions of Windows includingWindows XP, despite recently endingsupport for XP and saying it would no longer issue security patches for the aging operating sys... Read more

Source: www.geekwire.com

Top found tags: patch(2),United States(2),update(2)

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Dutch cybercrime related news

Organisaties spenderen in 2014 ruim 11 miljard dolar aan mobiele securityLocation: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Date published: 01-05-2014

Organisaties spenderen in 2014 ruim 11 miljard dolar aan mobiele securityOrganisaties spenderen in 2014 ruim 11 miljard dolar aan mobiele security. Ze willen door hun data beschermen inBYOD-omgevingen entegen mobiele malware, zo meldt SNS Research in het rapport 'The Mobile Security Bible: 2014-202... Read more

Source: www.dutchitchannel.nl

Top found tags: cyber security(2),cybercrime(5),telecom sector(6)

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Microsoft brengt Internet Explorer-update ook uit voor XPLocation: Microsoft HQ - Redmond, United States
Date published: 01-05-2014

Microsoft brengt donderdagavond een update uit om het lek in Internet Explorer te dichten. De update komt ook beschikbaar voor Windows XP. Dat meldt Microsoft op zijn blog. Het grote lek in de browser van Microsoftgeeft hackers toegang tot een computer als de gebruikerop een link naar een besmette ... Read more

Source: www.nutech.nl

Top found tags: Microsoft(2),patch(2),update(3)

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