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February 2, Softpedia – (International) Compromised WordPress sites hijacked over and over again to push malware. Security researchers from Sucuri discovered a new campaign that targets WordPress websites after finding that all of the sites’ JavaScript files were infected with malicious codes to load an iframe, show advertisements, and leave an unknown backdoor on each web page with the intention to reinfect websites once the pages were cleaned. 249 more words

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You can now download Picture Stamper 1.9.3 from Softpedia

As of today you can also download my new application Picture Stamper from Softpedia. They have written a nice review and of course they have proposed some updates that I think I will add and release in the near future. 34 more words

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November 1, Softpedia – (International) Latest flash zero-day bug already part of the Angler and Nuclear exploit kits. Researchers from Malwarebytes detected that recent versions of the Angler and Nuclear exploit kits (EK) were actively integrating and using a previously patched Adobe zero-day flaw that affected several Flash versions on Windows and Linux systems which could allow successful exploitation causing a crash and allowing the hacker to take control of the affected system. 15 more words

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October 9, Help Net Security – (International) Attackers compromise Cisco Web VPNs to steal login credentials, backdoor target networks. Security researchers from Volexity discovered that attackers are continuing to leverage unpatched vulnerabilities or finding ways to gain administrator access to networks via Cisco Clientless secure sockets layer (SSL) virtual private network (VPN) portals in order to harvest employee credentials by injecting malicious JavaScript code on login pages to the VPN. 78 more words

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October 6, Securityweek – (International) Google patches Stagefright 2.0 flaws on Nexus devices. Google released a security update for Nexus devices resolving 20 recently discovered critical security vulnerabilities in the libstagefright and libutils Android media playback engine, dubbed Stagefright 2.0, in which an attacker could push a specially crafted file to cause memory corruption and remote code execution. 78 more words

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