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Attackers use all kinds of attack vectors to steal sensitive information from their targets. Their efforts are not limited to only zero-day vulnerabilities. Malware authors often exploit old vulnerabilities because a large number of organizations still use old vulnerable software. The Trojan Travnet, which steals information, is a classic example of malware that takes advantage […]

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Another fake “contract” spam leading to malware, hosted on chredret.ru . Date:      Tue, 27 Dec 2011 06:06:18 +0700 From:      “Destinee Mills” Subject:      The variant of the contract you’ve offered has been delcined. After our legal department studied this contract carefully, they’ve noticed the following mismatches with our previous arrangements. We’ve composed a […]

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The Anonymous hacktivist group has announced that it will launch its very own social network, to be called AnonPlus, after accounts it held with Google+ were suspended for violating terms and conditions. Google+ has recently been enforcing a policy of shutting down profiles which contain fake names or those that represent organisations rather than individuals, […]

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