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April 26, Softpedia – (International) Facebook bug allowed attackers to take over accounts on other sites. Facebook patched a flaw in its account registration process after security researchers from Bitdefender discovered the flaw could allow attackers to take over users’ profiles on Web sites where the Facebook Social Login feature was available by adding an attacker’s email address as a secondary address, enabling the attacker to verify the profile and make modifications to the account information. 87 more words

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March 21, SecurityWeek – (International) Google issues emergency patch for critical Android rooting exploit. Google released an emergency security patch addressing an elevation of privilege vulnerability that affects all Android devices running kernel versions 3.4, 3.10, and 3.14, which could allow local malicious applications to execute arbitrary code in the kernel by rooting applications that were previously installed by customers. 93 more words

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Abandoned iOS app also abandons users' credentials?

Catalin Cimpanu reports for Softpedia that Database of Abandoned iOS App Exposes Details for 198,000 Users. The story is based on a report by Chris Vickery for MacKeeper on… 112 more words

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February 11, Softpedia – (International) Fake Netflix apps deliver banking trojans. Symantec security researchers reported that a new malware campaign was targeting Netflix users in an effort to gain victims’ Netflix credentials and to steal users’ credit card data to make fraudulent purchases by tricking victims into believing the campaign is a company method of accessing online content at a cheaper rate. 200 more words

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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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