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Last week the security world was abuzz with news of a new attack vector for mobile attacks. The malware was sent to the accounts of Tibetan human rights advocates and activists from the hacked account of one of the activists regarding the the World Uyghur Congress (WUC) Conference that took place in Geneva from 11-13 […]

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Multifunction printers (MFPs) have been common in offices for years. They let employees print, scan, and copy documents. Two separate talks at the 28th Chaos Communications Congress (28c3) show how attackers can infect these trusted office devices. Hacking MFPs In Andrei Costin’s presentation “Hacking MFPs,” he covered the history of printer and copier hacks from […]

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This scam has been around for a while, it’s part of a nasty cluster of scam sites that have an Australian connection. The spam comes from a fake address, delivered from an illegally compromised PC. In this example, the spam appears to come from [email protected] (which is fake) through a well-known spam server in China, […]

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