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Cyberespionage group launches sophisticated phishing attacks against Outlook

A cyberespionage group has been using advanced spear-phishing techniques to steal email log-in credentials from the employees of military agencies, embassies, defense contractors and international media outlets that use Office 365's Outlook Web App. The group behind the attack campaign has been operating since at least 2007 according to researchers from Trend Micro, who published a research paper on Wednesday about the attacks they dubbed Operation Pawn Storm.

Authentic8 Enhances Its Secure Browser Session Cloud Service

Browser session takes place within a secured container; session then disappears completely after the task is done with no audit trail. One of the most interesting developments around enterprise applications is a new cloud-based security control layer for browsers that enables airtight utilization of any personal connected device for secure business use.

MCash selects Promon for application security

Leading B2B security software provider Promon has announced that mCASH is using Promon Shield to protect its customers from security threats. Responding to the rising threat of malware attacks and identity theft in the wake of the growing mobile banking and payments trend, mCASH is using Promon's patented Shield technology to protect their customers from security threats.

ESET Endpoint Antivirus and Security v5.0.2237 (x86/x64)-P2P

P2P group has released the newest build of "ESET Endpoint Antivirus and Security". It is an advanced antivirus solution that provides effective protection against viruses and spyware, while leaving a minimal footprint on computer resources.

SnapOne, Inc. Launches the Only All-In-One Family and Digital Life...

PRINCETON, N.J., Oct. 22, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- SnapOne, Inc . the only company today offering families an all-in-one, cross-platform "life security" solution, today announced it's shipping a new version of its flagship product, Snap One , to help families secure and manage family members, data and devices, as well as share, socialize and manage content in the cloud, from virtually any device.

Anti-spam law to target covert software messages

Starting on Jan. 15, 2015, companies will have to get consent before installing a program on a person's computer if the software has the ability to covertly send electronic messages or has other functionality outlined in the legislation. While the law has been framed as an attack on the creators of malware and spyware, it also affects legitimate software companies, which face fines of up to $10 million for non-compliance.

Smartphone Spyware Targets Hong Kong Protesters A U.S. mobile security firm says it has uncovered smartphone spyware aimed at pro-Democracy protesters in Hong Kong that comes disguised as an app created by a community of socially minded programmers.

California woman charged with using spyware to tap a police officer’s phone Investigators say Kristin Nyunt intercepted sensitive law enforcement information.

FBI collars alleged mobile spyware seller The FBI has arrested a man in the US for allegedly selling StealthGenie.

US: Pakistani Man Indicted for Selling StealthGenie Spyware App Used to Detect Cheating Partners A Pakistani man has been indicted in the US Eastern district of Virginia for allegedly advertising and selling the StealthGenie spyware application for mobile phones which monitors calls, texts, videos and other communications without detection.

Hundreds of Police Agencies Distributing Spyware and Keylogger realized sends this news from the EFF: For years, local law enforcement agencies around the country have told parents that installing ComputerCOP software is the "first step" in protecting their children online. ... As official as it looks,ComputerCOP is actually just spyware, generally bought in bulk from a New York company that appears to do nothing but market this software to local government ...

Bahraini Activists Hacked by Their Government Go After UK Spyware Maker Human rights groups and technologists have long criticized Gamma International and the Italian firm Hacking Team for selling surveillance technology to repressive regimes, who use the tools to target political dissidents and human rights activists. Both companies say they sell their surveillance software only to law enforcement and intelligence agencies but that they won't sell their software to ...