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Mass exploit of WordPress plugin backdoors sites running Joomla, Magento too

As many as 50,000 websites have been remotely commandeered by attackers exploiting a recently patched vulnerability in a popular plugin for the WordPress content management system, security researchers said Wednesday.

What is Jck.drivesection.net?

If you have just noticed that strange Jck.drivesection.net popA ups are displayed on the screen while you are browsing the Internet, it means that you have some adware program installed on your PC.

Apple denies intentionally compromising iOS security, explains 'backdoor' features

Following an extensive security report from an iOS forensic and security expert that questioned some of Apple's iOS tools when it comes to the user's security and privacy , Apple has taken another step to address "backdoor" concerns on top of stating that it's not working with anyone to include backdoors in any of its products .

How to protect your company data without inspecting SSL

Since the start of this year, it has felt like Armageddon within the cyber-security arena.

Botnet

An combination of "robot" and "network," botnet is a group of programs that work together by communicating over the Internet.

Spyhunter: Voted As Best Antivirus And Anti Malware That Offers...

With most of the anti virus in the market offering partial protection, Spyhunter is one of the tools which have been identified as very effective in offering full protection.

Private Detective London Phone Forensics Department Gives Input on Solving Spyware Cases After reading the article published by BBC News, dated 18 June 2014: eBay pulls sales of Chinese 'spyware phones', Private Detective London share phone forensics team shares their experience and expertise. (PRWeb July 11, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2014/07/prweb12011808.htm

Police turning to mobile malware for monitoring IDG News Service - Governments are increasingly using spyware for mobile devices to monitor targets, raising questions over the possible misuse of such tools, a new study suggests.

HRW says Saudi govt targeting dissidents with malware Human Rights Watch on Friday demanded a clarification from Saudi Arabia over allegations from security researchers that the kingdom is infecting and monitoring dissidents' mobile phones with surveillance malware. The New York-based rights watchdog said surveillance software allegedly made by Italian firm Hacking Team mostly targeted individuals in Qatif district in Eastern Province, which has ...

Kaspersky tracks the return of Miniduke spyware It targets drug dealers and governments

Police turning to mobile malware for monitoring, study says Governments are increasingly using spyware for mobile devices to monitor targets, raising questions over the possible misuse of such tools, a new study suggests.

ALSO IN News Human Rights Watch (HRW) has strongly slammed Saudi Arabian authorizes for hacking into the mobile phones of dissidents to obtain data on anti-regime protests.