iPhone users beware - an ongoing phishing campaign impersonating Apple.com, attempts to trick users into submitting sensitive device information that could potentially lead to the cloning of the device.
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Malware hunters have intercepted a new banker Trojan being used by cyber-criminals to steal financial credentials from banks in the United States.
With millions of personal records and payment card information stolen on a regular basis, several recently released reports independently confirm the main sources of breaches. Not surprisingly, that's not zero day flaws, not even insiders, but good old fashioned SQL injections next to malware.
The company urged customers to prioritize and deploy four updates because of the "critical" severity rating and the fact that "consistent exploit code" is likely within the next 30 days.
Adobe has acknowledged that an internal screw-up caused potentially dangerous Flash Player flaw to remain unpatched for more than 16 months
The patch follows the public release of exploit code as part of the recent Week of Web Server Bugs.
Mozilla says a pair of malicious Firefox add-ons slipped by its security checks and infected approximately 4,600 Windows computers over the last five months.
Researchers from Cyveillance are calling the recently launched "Twitter of personal service" Blippy, a "spear phisher's dream" due to the real-time purchasing history shared by its users. Does Blippy really pose a security risk?
According to an advance notice from Microsoft, five of the 13 bulletins will be rated "critical" because of the risk of remove code execution attacks.
Microsoft says the risk is highest for IE users running Windows XP or who have disabled the browser's Protected Mode feature.