Researcher Finds Hackers’ Traces On Facebook Server

Taiwanese researcher finds evidence of an earlier data breach whilst participating in Facebook’s bug bounty programme A security researcher participating in a Facebook bug bounty programme said that after penetrating the security of a server belonging to the social network he found evidence that at least one other hacker had…


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NTSB investigation finds parasailing largely unregulated

Top Priority Sector:  disaster_preparedness_emergency_response The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) has opened its first investigation into the safety of parasailing and has found that the popular activity is largely unregulated with serious accidents frequently caused by faulty equipment. Due to the nature of the activity, which often occurs in changing…


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Illegal immigration costs California taxpayers more than $25 billion a year, finds FAIR

Top Priority Sector:  border_security A new study released by the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) finds that providing education, health care, law enforcement, and social and government services to illegal aliens and their dependents costs Californians $25.3 billion per year according to FAIR’s report, The Fiscal Burden of Illegal Immigration on California Taxpayers. Homepage…


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Researcher finds vulnerability in eBay and claims he uploaded a shell

  Jordan Jones(@CEHSecurity), a Security researcher, claims to have discovered a critical security vulnerability in the eBay website for employees that allowed him to upload a backdoor shell. Jordan said in his tweet that he notified about the vulnerability to eBay.  A screenshot published in his twitter account shows that…


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Sears finds no evidence of data breach — yet

Sears Holdings said a review of its systems does not show evidence yet of a data breach as retailers continue to stay on guard in the light of payment card terminal hacking at Target and Neiman Marcus. View full post on Computerworld Cybercrime and Hacking News ________________ Other Sites You…


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Non-Microsoft security flaws the ones to watch, Secunia analysis finds

The number of security flaws affecting Windows users rose five percent last year and the culprits are overwhelmingly non-Microsoft programs, the latest study from information provider Secunia has found. View full post on Techworld.com security Hi Tech Crime Solutions http://www.GregoryDEvans.net, http://stolencomputeralert.com, http://www.computersecurityguru.com, http://HackerForHireinternational.com


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Study finds iOS apps to be riskier than Android

The results of a recent report indicate that apps on the iOS mobile platform access more information on a device than Android. View full post on Latest articles from SC Magazine News Hi Tech Crime Solutions http://stolencomputeralert.com, http://ParentSecurityOnline.com, http://computersecurityexpert.net, http://www.GregoryDEvans.net


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Study finds that growth of security workers is needed, though budget constraints remain a hurdle

Robust growth in the information security profession is a sign of economic health in the overall economy, according to a new report from (ISC)2. And personnel skilled in emerging technologies and security as a business will be the ones who excel. View full post on Latest articles from SC Magazine…


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Homeland Security Policy Institute finds broad support for Obama’s recent cyber order

Jacob Goodwin Top Priority Sector:  cyber_security The George Washington University Homeland Security Policy Institute (HSPI) has conducted a flash poll on President Obama’s recent executive order, entitled “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity.” During the eight-hour period the poll was open, more than 100 HSPI stakeholders responded, offering their perspectives on the…


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File-sharing, video and social apps are tiny threat, Pal Alto finds

Social networking, file sharing and video applications are not the major security risk many admins believe them to be despite living up to their reputation as major bandwidth hogs, firewall firm Palo Alto has discovered. View full post on Techworld.com security High Tech Crime Solutions http://www.Locatepc.net, AmIHackerProof.com, http://computer-security-expert.com, http://www.hackerforhireusa.com


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File-sharing, video and social apps are tiny threat, Palo Alto finds

Social networking, file sharing and video applications are not the major security risk many admins believe them to be despite living up to their reputation as major bandwidth hogs, firewall firm Palo Alto has discovered. View full post on Techworld.com security High Tech Crime Solutions http://TheCyberWars.com, http://www.GregoryDEvans.net, http://computer-security-expert.com, http://www.hackerforhireusa.com


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Firms struggling to secure trust infrastructure, finds Ponemon report

Large organisations are struggling to manage trust assets such as encryption keys and digital certificates in a muddle that could open many to the risk of cyberattack, a Ponemon survey for security management firm Venafi has concluded. View full post on Techworld.com security Hi Tech Crime Solutions AmIHackerProof.com, http://www.GregoryDEvans.net, http://TheCyberWars.com,…


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Serious data breaches take months to spot, analysis finds

More than six out of ten organisations hit by data breaches take longer than three months to notice what has happened with a few not uncovering attacks for years, a comprehensive analysis of global incidents by security firm Trustwave has found. View full post on Techworld.com securityhttp://www.hackerforhireusa.com, http://computer-security-expert.com, http://www.GregoryDEvans.com, http://www.Locatepc.net…


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UK still not training enough cyber-spooks, NAO report finds

The Government’s ambitious attempt to upgrade the UK’s cyber-security capabilities will struggle as long as the country fails to turn out enough graduates with the right skills, a National Audit Office (NAO) report has hinted. View full post on Techworld.com security High Tech Crime Solutions http://ParentSecurityOnline.com, http://computer-security-expert.com, http://HackerForHireinternational.com, http://stolencomputeralert.com


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AVG finds 11 year-old creating malware to steal game passwords

Security firm AVG thinks it has spotted a disturbing new threat in its latest threat report – children with enough programming skills to code and distribute their own malware. View full post on Techworld.com security High Tech Crime Solutions http://computer-security-expert.com, http://www.computersecurityguru.com, AmIHackerProof.com, http://www.hackerforhireusa.com


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AVG finds 11 year-old creating malware to steal game currency

Security firm AVG thinks it has spotted a disturbing new threat in its latest threat report – children with enough programming skills to code and distribute their own malware. View full post on Techworld.com security High Tech Crime Solutions AmIHackerProof.com, http://computersecurityexpert.net, http://www.computersecurityguru.com, http://TheCyberWars.com


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DDoS attacks more complex, targeted and angry, Arbor Networks finds

DDoS attacks appear to be morphing from volumetric battering rams into sophisticated, highly targeted and extremely angry political point-scoring systems, a detailed survey of large enterprises and data centre managers has found. View full post on Techworld.com security Hi Tech Crime Solutions http://computer-security-expert.com, http://www.GregoryDEvans.net, http://ParentSecurityOnline.com, http://www.hackerforhireusa.com


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