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I recently tried an amazing browser extension named Datarmine whose goal is to secure social network posts. It works for Facebook, Twitter etc. The idea is that your posts get encrypted, and only people with your secret key can decrypt it. Others see a fake replacement post (that you can choose). This is a post […]

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Just a quick note, it’s only the second week of January, but early 2013 brings with it the first Java 0day mass exploit distribution of the year. There appears to be multiple ad networks redirecting to Blackhole sites, amplifying the mass exploitation problem. We have seen ads from legitimate sites, especially in the UK, Brazil, […]

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Thanks to the Websense® ThreatSeeker™ Network, we have detected that an Iranian website has been compromised to serve a Remote Administration Tool (RAT) called VertexNet. This website does not have a high Alexa rank, but is one of a few cases which has caught our attention. The targeted website (reachable at the URL: hxxp://www.sarifire.ir) seems to be a portal documenting the activities of firefighters in the […]

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