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Yahoo! Spread Bitcoin Mining Botnet Malware Via Ads

08 January 2014 | 855 views

Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are pretty much headline news every day now, especially with the inflated values (Bitcoin over $1000 recently). We haven’t mentioned them for a long time though, back in 2012 we wrote about Hackers breaking into a Bitcoin Exchange Site called Bitcoinica. There have been plenty of Bitcoin related hacks since then, [...]

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Yahoo! Voices Hacked With SQL Injection – Passwords In Plaintext

16 July 2012 | 2,535 views

There’s been a few HUGE cases of large sites being hacked and exposing either plaintext or extremely poorly encrypted passwords, it happened to LinkedIn not that long ago – and the latest case is of Yahoo!. It wasn’t the main site, but with almost half a million username and password combos exposed – it’s a [...]

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Tunisia Running Country Wide Facebook, Gmail & Yahoo! Password Capture

10 February 2011 | 13,617 views

We have mentioned Facebook plenty of times, they have had their fair share of security issues and we have mentioned Tunisia once way back in regards to Internet Repression. It seems like the government of Tunisia have been basically phishing their users with fake versions of login pages for Facebook, Gmail and Yahoo!. It only [...]

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Spammers Harnessing Web Mail Servers – Gmail & Yahoo! Throttled

10 April 2008 | 7,529 views

It seems like spammers are now moving to automated spam via popular web mail services as a way to bypass IP-blacklisting services. It’s a large advantage for them as they can still use botnet sources to generate the e-mail but the source IP address will be from a ‘trusted’ domain such as Gmail or Yahoo!. [...]

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Major Web Vulnerability Effects Yahoo, MSN, Google and More

20 September 2007 | 4,807 views

I’ve seen this from quite a few sources so it seems it’s fairly legitimate, it seems all major websites have some flaws in the way they implement cookies meaning they are vulnerable to certain types of attack. The only current solution seems to be using full time SSL or https connections full-time, if any of [...]

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yahoo password grabber

08 June 2007 | 19,008 views

Phishers never give up, password theft protected pages? But what about password protected messenger application… No more to say check it out (lame)… Link :: www.ourgodfather.com Another Yahoo anti-phising (did you know?): zahoo.com (also yahoo, for the ones that have inverted keyboard y-z)

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Web Based E-mail (Hotmail Yahoo Gmail) Hack/Hacking with JavaScript

04 September 2006 | 307,284 views

“pleez, pleez, PLEEZ teach me how to hack a Hotmail Account!!!” -unidentified IRC user From here on in you walk alone. Neither little_v OR Black Sun Research Facility AND its members will be responsible for what you do with the information presented here. Do not use this information to impress your “l33t0_b0rit0″ friends. Do not [...]

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Heartbleed Bug SSL Vulnerability – Everything You Need To Know

09 April 2014 | 3,183 views

Introduction So the Internet has been exploding this week due to the Heartbleed Bug in OpenSSL which effects a LOT of servers and websites and is being hailed by some as the worst vulnerability in the history of the Internet thus far. The main info on the bug can be found at http://heartbleed.com/. In basic [...]

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NSA Large Scale TURBINE Malware Also Target Sysadmins

14 March 2014 | 1,408 views

So more revelations coming out about the NSA from the latest batch of documents leaked by Edward Snowden. This time they detail a huge malware infection system created for widespread infections, it seems fairly advanced with the ability to spit out different types of malware depending on the target. Other than the TURBINE malware engine, [...]

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Anonymous Targets Singapore For Proposed Internet Licensing Rules

04 November 2013 | 825 views

So the latest news in South East Asia is that someone claiming to be affiliated with Anonymous is waging a digital war against Singapore due to their proposed Internet licensing rules, which are akin to backdoor censorship. You can see the Youtube video here: The Anonymous Legion Threatens Singapore Government They already started by attacking [...]

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