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Up to 100,000 sites hosted on WordPress may be vulnerable to new campaign that’s pushing malware and multiple exploit kits to the browser.
Mozilla issued nine security updates for exploitable vulnerabilities in Firefox, Firefox extended support release and its Thunderbird email client.
SP+, a parking facilities management company, reported that it had been breached and hackers used malware to access payment card data.
Computer users will click through browser warnings and security alerts in order to complete a task, but once they’re hacked, their behaviors change, a recent BYU study learned.
The FTC and a Florida federal court issued temporary restraining orders against a number of organizations and individuals involved in a massive telemarketing operating selling bogus software and support.
Retail trade groups are urging Congress to pass a law that would enforce data breach notification rules uniformly across industries without exemption.
Researchers have identified a group that’s been operating in Asia for at least seven years and has been using hotel networks as key infection points to target top executives at companies in manufacturing, defense, investment capital, private equity, automotive and other industries.
Home Depot revealed that hackers used credentials stolen from a third-party vendor to steal 53 million email addresses in addition to 56 million payment card numbers.
Researchers at Palo Alto Networks discovered a new family of Mac OS X malware that was capable of also infecting iOS devices. The command infrastructure supporting WireLurker has been shut down.