Archive for 'Vulnerabilities'

Can Viruses Steal Your Mac Data?

Yes, it can! Global cyber security teams have been tracking down an increasingly large number of malware and viruses that are being used to steal information from Apple’s Mac computers. These viruses and malicious software programs are designed to steal everything from personal data and passwords to credit card information and bank details. Elements such […]

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Building Cybersecurity for Business

How do you protect your business from cyber attacks? Most entrepreneur – whether newbies or experienced – don’t pay attention to online security, wrongfully assuming that nothing will ever happen to them. In the online environment, you should never take things for granted as you never know what might happen. On the premises that it’s […]

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Windows XP Support’s End Can Be A Hackers Playground

Windows XP Support’s End Can Be A Hackers Playground

Windows XP was released by Microsoft back in 2001. Though the company has come out with various new operating systems since then, many computer users have chosen to stay with Windows XP. In fact, estimates are that this popular operating is still used on around one third of all computers around the world. Even in […]

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6 Shocking Statistics about Internet Security Threats to Mobile Devices

6 Shocking Statistics about Internet Security Threats to Mobile Devices

There is little doubt that the next frontier for cyber criminals is mobile devices.  It is estimated that cyber-crime cost consumers more than $110 billion worldwide in 2011.  In the United States, the costs were estimated at $21 billion.  As more statistics are gathered about the relationship between cyber-crime and mobile devices a number of shocking results were identified. […]

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Top 4 Computer Security Problems We Resolved in 2012

Top 4 Computer Security Problems We Resolved in 2012

Computer security is and will continue to be a major challenge all over the world. As researchers are coming up with new ways of dealing with threats to computer systems, malicious persons are also finding more vulnerabilities in our systems and discovering more ways of manipulating these vulnerabilities to their advantage. While many of these […]

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Removing Recent Code Injection for WordPress

Removing Recent Code Injection for WordPress

In the last month or so many WordPress blogs were attacked and as a result most of the blogs were blocked with the infamous attack page (pictured below). This attack is a result of an iframe injection in the following templates; wp-blog-header.php wp-config.php wp-load.php These are the core WordPress files and in order to remove […]

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WordPress 3.1.4 Addresses Security Issues

WordPress 3.1.4 Addresses Security Issues

One good reason to update your WordPress installation to 3.1.4 is the security fixes in this release. WordPress 3.1.4 addresses a security vulnerability that could allow a malicious editor-level user to gain further access to the site. In addition to security fixes, there are a number of other fixes in this latest release from WordPress. […]

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Hacking Groups LulzSec and Anonymous Join Forces

Hacking Groups LulzSec and Anonymous Join Forces

These two hacking organizations have made posts on Twitter that they’ve joined forces. This could be one of the largest and most dangerous hacking organizations on the internet today. LulzSec (Lulz Security) and the group Anonymous took down the UK police web site as part of “Operation Anti-Security” on Monday. Anonymous made a post on […]

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