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Like many companies these days Facebook offers a bug bounty program for security researchers to disclose vulnerabilities in return for a cash payment. As long as the bugs qualify under Facebook’s whitehat terms and conditions, researchers can expect a reward of $500 or more. Khalil Shreateh, an IT graduate from Palestine, recently discovered a vulnerability […]

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Certain German websites were defaced by a group of hackers on April Fools day. However, this act was no ordinary prank.The hackers left messages on the defaced German websites in Arabic, and the message is quite clear:Figure 1. Screenshot of defaced German websiteTranslated, the text reads as: Algeria to the core # With Palestine unjust […]

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ESET – Last week, reports of a new malware named Gauss emerged, a complex threat that has attracted a lot of media attention due to its links to Stuxnet and Flame and its geographical distribution. Since ESET has added detection for this threat, we are seeing geographical distribution of detection reports similar to those detailed by […]

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