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ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper December 5, 2016

Weekly Infosec Snipper
This entry is part 134 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
Carleton University has been breached Carleton University has been breached with ransomware attack and now attackers are demanding 39 bitcoins. The authoritative person of the university advised students to avoid Wi-Fi network and shut their computers off until the malware is not removed. However, Read more

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper November 28, 2016

Weekly infosec snipper
This entry is part 133 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
Kaspersky is bringing own Operating System Soon Kaspersky - a leading online security vendor is in mood to bring its own OS after investing 14 years in OS development. The new OS will allow users customization feature and based on microkernel architecture. Moreover, there will be no GUI base OS and Read more

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper November 21, 2016

Weekly infosec snipper
This entry is part 132 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
3 Mobile UK hacked and suffered from Data Breach 3 (three) mobile has been victim of massive data breach that exposed 6 million customers’ details. Hackers have gained access to phone upgrade database using employee login to enter into database. The stolen data includes customer name, address, phone Read more

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper November 14, 2016

Weekly infosec snipper
This entry is part 131 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
Facebook is involved in buying stolen password Facebook is believed to be involved in buying stolen password from black market. Facebook CSO Alex Stamos said at Web summit 2016 that the company buys passwords from black market to assure that the users are not using the commonly used passwords. The Read more

Key steps for successful Data Recovery

data backup and recovery
In this technology driven age, data is quite possibly one of the biggest assets that your company has, but more than that, has to protect. Data loss is so much more than the physical loss; it can be expensive and time consuming to replace, even with full backup systems. As well, repairing any data Read more

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper November 7, 2016

Weekly infosec snipper
This entry is part 130 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
IMSI catcher is being used to track mobile users Your mobile device can be hijacked anytime with IMSI catcher that is currently being used by law enforcement to track mobile users. IMSI catcher can mimic the cellphone tower and fool the device to connect with this fake tower. This catcher can intercept Read more

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper October 31, 2016

Weekly infosec snipper
This entry is part 129 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
Google and Twitter are used for Malware Distribution According to AV test result, there were 81 million search results scanned in 2016 and found malicious content in 29,632 websites. It was showing a rapid growth compare to previous years. Even Google Safe Browsing API only identified 19794 results Read more

ClickSSL Weekly InfoSec Snipper October 24, 2016

Weekly infosec snipper
This entry is part 128 of 134 in the series Weekly Infosec Snipper
Mozilla Firefox-52 will launch TLS 1.3 Next Year Mozilla is in mood to launch TLS 1.3 version on its upcoming version 52. The latest Firefox version will likely to launch on the next year. The new version will be the first version that will have TLS 1.3. Moreover, it will remove all unsecure cryptographic Read more