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Study: One-third of top websites vulnerable or hacked  25 March 2015 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Alex   
According to a new report from Menlo Security, one out of three of the top million websites are either vulnerable to hacking or already hacked. For example, attackers used the website last month for a quick watering hole attack.
Drupal SQL injection vulnerability attacks persist, despite patch release  23 March 2015 
Source: SC Magazine - Posted by Alex   
Nearly six months have passed since a major Drupal SQL injection vulnerability was disclosed, and yet attackers are continuing to try, sometimes successfully, to exploit websites that have failed to update their systems.
HTTPS Opens Door to Paid Pinterest Bug Bounty  18 March 2015 
Source: ThreatPost - Posted by Alex   
Pinterestís journey toward becoming a fully HTTPS website opened a lot of doors, including a potentially profitable one for hackers.
One of the Darknetís Biggest Markets May Have Just Stolen All Its Users' Bitcoin  18 March 2015 
Source: motherboard - Posted by Dave Wreski   
The administrators of one of the darknetís most popular markets for drugs and bespoke carjacking services may have just scammed its customers out of untold sums of money.
HTTPS-crippling FREAK attacks become cheaper and easier to carry out  17 March 2015 
Source: arsTechnica - Posted by Alex   
There's more bad news surrounding the HTTPS-crippling FREAK vulnerability that came to light two weeks ago. A recently completed scan of the Internet revealed 10 percent of servers that support the underlying transport layer security protocol remain susceptible.
CryptoLocker Variant Coming After Gamers  13 March 2015 
Source: ThreatPost - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Gamers may soon be feeling the pain of crypto-ransomware. A variant of CryptoLocker is in the wild that goes after data files associated with 20 different online games, locking downloadable content in an attempt to target younger computer users.
Dridex Banking Trojan Spreading Via Macros in XML Files  10 March 2015 
Source: ThreatPost - Posted by Dave Wreski   
Not long ago, criminals pushing the Dridex banking Trojan were using Microsoft Excel documents spiked with a malicious macro as a phishing lure to entice victims to load the malware onto their machines.
IoT's dark side: Hundreds of unsecured devices open to attack  09 March 2015 
Source: CSO Online - Posted by Alex   
A self-described security "amateur" discovered hundreds of Internet-connected devices ranging from cameras to industrial control systems that were connected to the Internet without even basic password protection -- meaning they could be easily turned on and off or otherwise manipulated with a single click of a mouse.
D-Link Routers Haunted by Remote Command Injection Bug -  03 March 2015 
Source: ThreatPost - Posted by Alex   
Some D-Link routers contain a vulnerability that leaves them open to remote attacks that can give an attacker root access, allow DNS hijacking and other attacks.
Bad movie: Hackers can raid networks with burnt Blu-Rays  02 March 2015 
Source: The Register UK - Posted by Alex   
British hacker Stephen Tomkinson has found two Blu-Ray-borne attacks. His first exploit relies on a poor Java implementation in a product called PowerDVD from CyberLink. PowerDVD plays DVDs on PCs and creates menus using Java, but the way Oracle's code has been used allows naughty folk to circumvent Windows security controls.
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