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Myspace has revealed in an official announcement that it was the victim of a major data breach. The incident took place a few years ago and is thought to have affected close to 360 million accounts. Myspace’s technical security team confirmed that information that was being offered on an online forum is genuine. The compromised data, which […]

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Beep. Beep beep. Beep beep beep. There is a Myspace user nearby. There is a Myspace user nearby. Wait, Im sorry. It seems the user accidentally visited Myspace when he was actually looking for a site called MyFace which determines what two people’s baby would look like. We will continue to track Myspace and alert […]

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Last night, we received a new version of the #Madi malware, which we previously covered in our blog. Following the shutdown of the Madi command and control servers last week, we thought the operation is now dead. Looks like we were wrong. The new version appears to have been compiled on July 25th as it […]

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