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Card-Scraping Malware Compromised AeroGrow Customer Payment Data

Published on: 9 Apr 2019

Ecommerce company AeroGrow International is the latest high-profile breach after its buy page was infected with credit card scraping malware for more than four months, AeroGrow announced in a letter to its customers and to the California Office of the Attorney General. The malicious code was probably injected by manipulating a vulnerability in the buy page or shopping cart.

Italian Android Spyware Infected Google Play Store for Years, Researchers Find

Published on: 3 Apr 2019

Fake service applications in Italian from mobile operators were found to be invasive spyware after successfully bypassing Google Play Store’s filters, according to a group of researchers from non-profit security organization Security Without Borders (SWB). The large campaign of disguised spyware infected the store and stayed there for months in a “case of lawful intercept gone wrong,” writes Motherboard.

Bitdefender Wins 2018 Awards from World’s Top 2 Independent Testing Firms

Published on: 1 Apr 2019

Honored with top 3 awards from AV-TEST: Best Protection, Best Performance and Best Repair Awards for Bitdefender Internet Security • Outstanding Product Award 2018 from AV-Comparatives

Popular family tracking app exposed real-time location data onto the internet – no password required

Published on: 28 Mar 2019

More than 238,000 individuals users have had their family’s real-time location exposed for weeks on end after an app developer left sensitive data exposed on the internet, without a password.

Millions of Facebook Passwords Kept in Plain Text for Employees to Access

Published on: 26 Mar 2019

Perhaps we should all change our Facebook passwords to play it safe, following news that Facebook kept, from as early as 2012, “hundreds of millions” of user account passwords in plain text, making them available to some 20,000 employees, writes...

Bitdefender ผสานเทคโนโลยีกับ Nutanix และ Citrix ปกป้องระบบ HCI และ Virtualization แบบไร้รอยต่อ

Published on: 22 Mar 2019

Bitdefender ผู้นำด้าน Endpoint Security ที่มีผู้ใช้งานมากกว่า 500 ล้านเครื่องใน 150 ประเทศทั่วโลก จับมือกับ Nutanix และ Citrix ผสานรวมเทคโนโลยี GravityZone เข้ากับโซลูชันของผู้ให้บริการทั้งสองอย่างไร้รอยต่อ ปกป้องระบบ Hyper-converged Infrastructure และ Virtualization จากภัยคุกคามขั้นสูงได้ถึงระดับ Hypervisor

EU Hits Google with Third Antitrust Fine for Illegal Search Ad Practices

Published on: 22 Mar 2019

Google was fined almost €1.5 billion ($1.7 billion) by the European Commission for an antitrust violation, the legislative body announced. Labeled as “outright prohibition,” Google was fined for abusive practices regarding competition policy, the third fine it has received over a two-year span. The case was identified in 2016 and Google has since been cooperating with the EU to improve its policy.

Google Play is flooded with hundreds of unsafe anti-virus products

Published on: 20 Mar 2019

A new study conducted by AV-Comparatives, a well-respected independent testing agency, has closely examined whether 250 security products for Android smartphones are capable of protecting users at all. The test evaluated whether Android anti-virus products available in the official Google Play store can protect against the 2000 most common Android malware threats of 2018.

Verizon Study Shows Mobile Devices among Top Entry Points for Hackers, Ransomware Remains Most Successful Attack

Published on: 19 Mar 2019

The Facebook data breach of 2018, probably the biggest of the year, illustrates better than any other example that no company, big or small, is immune to hackers. One would expect a company of Facebook’s size to sustain top-tier research and development for cybersecurity, but last year’s breaches prove it’s vulnerable anyway.

Chinese government falls victim to GandCrab 5.2 ransomware

Published on: 18 Mar 2019

Allegations that China is in the crosshairs of North Korean hackers have arisen after the discovery of ransomware-laden emails hitting the inboxes of government departments. The emails contain version 5.2 of the GandCrab ransomware concealed as...