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How to Keep Your E-commerce Site Secure Against Cyber Threats in 2020

Cybercrime is on the rise. A report from Accenture revealed that there has been a 67% increase in security breaches over the past five years. And it is not just the number of attacks that is growing; so, too, is the sophistication of the cybercriminals targeting organizations around the world. Businesses in all industries are …

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Unpatched Linux bug may open devices to serious attacks over Wi-Fi

A potentially serious vulnerability in Linux may make it possible for nearby devices to use Wi-Fi signals to crash or fully compromise vulnerable machines, a security researcher said. The flaw is located in the RTLWIFI driver, which is used to support Realtek Wi-Fi chips in Linux devices. The vulnerability triggers a buffer overflow in the …

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Activists’ phones targeted by one of the world’s most advanced spyware apps

Mobile phones of two prominent human rights activists were repeatedly targeted with Pegasus, the highly advanced spyware made by Israel-based NSO, researchers from Amnesty International reported this week. The Moroccan human rights defenders received SMS text messages containing links to malicious sites. If clicked, the sites would attempt to install Pegasus, which as reported here …

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Attackers exploit an iTunes zeroday to install ransomware

Attackers exploited a zeroday vulnerability in Apple’s iTunes and iCloud programs to infect Windows computers with ransomware without triggering antivirus protections, researchers from Morphisec reported on Thursday. Apple patched the vulnerability earlier this week. The vulnerability resided in the Bonjour component that both iTunes and iCloud for Windows relies on, according to a blog post. …

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Hacker stole details of 250,000 users from Dutch sex worker forum

A hacker has stolen the data of 250,000 users of a Dutch web forum, exposing the email addresses of both clients and workers. A Dutch sex worker forum where clients can rate and review workers, Hookers.nl, has experienced a data breach, according to Dutch broadcaster NOS. NOS reached out to the hacker, who reportedly stole …

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Attackers exploit 0-day vulnerability that gives full control of Android phones

Attackers are exploiting a zero-day vulnerability in Google’s Android mobile operating system that can give them full control of at least 18 different phone models, including four different Pixel models, a member of Google’s Project Zero research group said on Thursday night. There’s evidence the vulnerability is being actively exploited, either by exploit developer NSO …

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