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An Indian electronics and communications engineer who describes himself as a “security enthusiast with a passion for ethical hacking” has discovered a Facebook vulnerability that could have allowed for any photo on the site to be deleted without the owner’s knowledge.Arul Kumar, a 21 year old from Tamil Nadu, discovered that he could delete any […]

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Advances in spam detection meant that spam operators had to find ways to circumvent new technologies. For instance, Asprox made significant improvements in their spam and module architecture whereas Pushdo made use of decoy network traffic.Recently, we have discovered a new simple method used by a spam botnet we named StealRat. It consists of 3 […]

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Last week, we talked about the OBAD Android malware, which installed itself as an administrator on the device and used a vulnerability in Android to hide this fact from the user.One effect of this particular behavior was to make removal of this threat very difficult. Apps that have set themselves up as administrators require user […]

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