Tag Archives: Hacking News

“Font Wasn’t Found” Google Chrome Malware Scam

It’s a Trap! Users are getting a message to download a missing font to read the blog by updating the Chrome font pack…Just Don’t Download and Install It. It’s a Trap! Hackers and Scammers are targeting Google Chrome users with this hacking scam that’s incredibly easy to fall for, it is asking all users to… Read More »

Magento Stores – Self-Healing Malware Hitting

A new malware has discovered by security researchers  , It is targeting mostly on Magento stores, with capability of self-healing to restore itself after deletion. Self-healing malware isn’t new, with the first such threat reportedly spotted nearly three decades ago, as the memory-residing Trojan called Yankee Doodle, which could infect .com and .exe files. Discovered in September 1989,… Read More »

SMTP Strict Transport Security Coming Soon to GMAIL and Other WEBMAIL Providers

Gmail users can expect the introduction of SMTP Strict Transport Security to the email service some time this year, bringing a measure of security similar to certificate pinning to one of the world’s biggest webmail services. Head of Google’s anti-abuse research team: Elie Bursztein, said at RSA Conference that SMTP STS will be a major… Read More »

Critical Flaw Reported on PHPMailer – Remote Code Execution

An independent research uncovered a critical vulnerability in PHPMailer that could potentially be used by (unauthenticated) remote attackers to achieve remote arbitrary code execution in the context of the web server user and remotely compromise the target web application. Millions of PHP websites and popular open source web applications, including WordPress, Drupal, 1CRM, SugarCRM, Yii,… Read More »

Critical Security Flaws Reported in Cisco WebEx Meetings Server

Security researchers have reported some critical security flaws in WebEx Meeting Server. Using one security flaw (CVE-2016-1482), An attacker can exploit it to execute arbitrary commands with elevated privileges by injecting the commands into existing application scripts running on a targeted device located in a DMZ (demilitarized) zone. Using second security flaw (CVE-2016-1483), An unauthenticated attacker to… Read More »

Samsung Pay Token Flaw Allows Hackers to do Fraud Transactions??

Security researcher has discovered several security issues in the Samsung Pay mobile payment service, It includes a vulnerability in Samsung Pay mobile service that can be exploited to make fraudulent transactions. Samsung Pay service provide users a digital wallet where they can keep their plastic credit, debit, gift, loyalty and membership cards. When customers want… Read More »

New Backdoor Allows Full Access to Mac Systems – Bitdefender Security

Security researchers team from Bitdefender has discovered a new critical malware affecting Mac OS X machines that grants attackers full remote access to the computer, as well as stealing data and hijacking the user’s webcam. They have published a detailed report for the explanation, how it works with apple systems. Researchers team from Bitdefender reported Backdoor.MAC.Eleanor within a malicious… Read More »

Malware Attack On Facebook, It Affects 10,000 Users

According to the security researcher team of Kaspersky Lab, A malware attack is targeting Facebook users, which affected around 10,000 users in just two days. Between 24 and 27 June, thousands of Facebook users received messages from a “friend”, claiming to have mentioned them on Facebook. The message was in reality, issued by hackers to launch… Read More »

Teen hacker Arrested For Hacking Nearly 4,000 Websites

South Korea based a teenage hacker has been arrested for defacing nearly 4,000 websites. All websites were hosted across 87 separate countries, he did it for a bid to prove his hacking skills to the Anonymous collective. According to Koreatimes The student, 16, whose identity was withheld, was charged with hacking a total of 3,847 websites… Read More »

Massive Data Breach – 45 Million Records Stolen by Hackers

Hackers have stolen around 45 million accounts data from VerticalScope. It is a Canadian media company that runs over 1,100 support forums and community websites on home, tech and sports. It put millions of data on risk. According to LeakedSource Verticalscope.com and all of their domains were hacked in February of 2016 but it is… Read More »