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Providing users who aren’t overly concerned with privacy an option to forgo certain protections in favor of convenience is a good thing. Enabling those less secure conveniences by default, however, is not a good thing. Several security issues have been discovered that were brought about by the fact that Siri and other iOS conveniences are […]

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In a post last week regarding the new ‘hack’ against Mega, MegaPWN, we talked about the implementation of a GreaseMonkey script to avoid being a victim of a hack on Mega servers. The script would mainly look for changes in the “crypto-magic” performing JavaScripts loaded from Mega. I decided to give it a try and […]

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Typically users archive file to lump several files together into a single file for convenience or to simply save storage space. However, we uncovered a worm that creates copies of itself even on password-protected archived files. We acquired a sample of a worm (detected as WORM_PIZZER.A) that propagates using a particular WINRAR command line (see […]

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