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The Windows 8 operating system provides enterprise-grade security features that can protect devices and data from unauthorized access and threats like malware. Windows 8 builds on the strong security foundation in Windows 7 to provide groundbreaking malware resistance that can protect the client, data, and network by making the PC inherently secure and less vulnerable to attacks.

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Wi-Fi Pineapple

This, quite clearly, is a Pineapple. But it’s not just any pineapple, it’s a Wi-Fi Pineapple and it has some very impressive party tricks that will help the naysayers understand the real risk of insufficient transport layer protection in web applications which, hopefully, will ultimately help them build safer sites. Let me demonstrate.

What is this “Pineapple” you speak of?!

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Every single day more and more news are hitting the news. Adobe Acrobat Reader & Flash Player are used for targeted Phishing attacks. And the attackers used a zero day to launch those attacks,,,

If you are using Acrobat Reader version 9.5.3 , 10.1.5 or 11.0.1 then you “might been” effected. Attackers are using “Zero Day” flows and did exploit those versions via a Phishing attack mainly via e-mails or pop ups via browsers. The version of your Operation System is really not that much important as this flow is attacking any platform which has the Adobe product installed, in other words MacOS, Linux, Windows or Android platforms can be affected.

Having Anti-Virus, Anti-Spam won’t help you that much anymore as attackers used an attack against Adobe Reader drop two DLL files designed to both distract and compromise victims.

Upon successful exploitation, it will drop two DLLs. The first DLL shows a fake error message and opens a decoy PDF document, which is usually common in targeted attacks. The second DLL in turn drops the callback component, which talks to a remote domain.

After all this the Adobe Team has been made aware and now you have to wait until they write a “patch” and you might pray to not get attacked.

The best way to get protection against this attacks is usually TRAINING. Yes, making your End User’s aware can help you to stay out of trouble

Very interesting article to read:

A  couple of days ago, I received an e-mail from Iran. It was sent by an analyst from the Iranian Computer Emergency Response Team, and it was informing me about a piece of malware their team had found infecting a variety of Iranian computers. This turned out to be Flame: the malware that has now been front-page news worldwide.

When we went digging through our archive for related samples of malware, we were surprised to find that we already had samples of Flame, dating back to 2010 and 2011, that we were unaware we possessed. They had come through automated reporting mechanisms, but had never been flagged by the system as something we should examine closely. Researchers at other antivirus firms have found evidence that they received samples of the malware even earlier than this, indicating that the malware was older than 2010.

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Vulnerability in TCP/IP Could Allow Elevation of Privilege

Two security holes in Windows, including one affecting the TCP/IP component that could allow an attacker that logs on to a system to upgrade his user access privileges by running a specially crafted application. This hole is considered important for all supported editions of Windows Vista, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2008 R2.

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A friend of mine called me during the night, asking for help.

He was downloading “free stuff” (magazine) from the net and enjoying the FREE reading, next day when he wanted to log in back to his PC , guess what happened , his FREE anti virus did not protect him from not getting infected.

After my investigations I found out that this”free magazine” web site had everything in it, the blog them was exactly same as mine

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Are your PC’s still infected with the trojan, which effected many of the Fortune 500 companies?

Are you still not sure if you are affected or not?

What is this DNSChanger Malware???

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