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A new spam campaign armed with the Dridex banking malware is making its rounds and targeting company accountants with phony emails. Attached to each spam email is a fake scanned document that, in reality, is a macros-enabled .doc, Heimdal Security wrote in its blog post on the attack. The email tries to pass as legitimate […]

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Emails have lately been arriving in #facebook users’ inboxes asking them to review a list of “pages they may like.” The messages feature pictures of the pages in the email body and a “personalized” #subject line addressing the user by their first name. However, if users click the link, they are redirected to a real, […]

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Indian #researcher #arul Kumar discovered a flaw on #facebook that would have allowed hackers to delete any posted photo they wanted on the site. Through the site’s White Hat program, Kumar has been paid $12,500 for his efforts. The bug worked by exploiting Facebook’s Support #dashboard, and functioned on any browser and with any version […]

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