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#yahoo has open-sourced Gryffin, a #scanning platform for #web applications. The developers’ goal was to create a security scanner that will be able to both discover as much of the application footprint as possible (crawl phase), and to test the various parts of it for specific #vulnerabilities (scan phase). What makes Gryffin special is the […]

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Java exploits represent a common attack vector used by the bad guys to infiltrate vulnerable computers via the web browser. We wrote about the rise of Java exploits as early as 2010, and we haven’t seen that trend decline. In fact, in the first quarter of 2013 alone, we’ve seen three Java remote code execution […]

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Ransomware continuously evolves and updates its social engineering tactics to trick users into paying money to the cybercriminals.The samples we’re seeing today not only leverage the Federal Bureau of Investigation (or any police authority for that matter), but on this occasion also use a non-malicious .MP3 file!This audio file repeatedly informs users that their system […]

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