Hackers hiding malware behind Captcha

Hackers are hiding malware inside the Captcha to evade email security gateways. This technique helps attackers in establishing the authencity of the email.  There are various social engineering methods that are used by the hackers in tricking users to believe them.  A new email campaign using an email id @avis.ne.jp, alerts recipients that they received […]

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Radio Pakistan Website hacked

The website of state broadcasters Radio Pakistan was hacked for a brief period of time on Sunday and was restored successfully. The hackers displayed the following message on the website “Hello Admin, you are very secured. Appreciated your security. We got an eye on you. Expect us. Pakistan zindabad.” According to the reports, the group […]

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Facebook Dating Service available in 20 countries

Facebook has launched one of its most awaiting features; Facebook dating service in the United States and other 19 countries for its users who are above 18 years or older. Currently, dating feature would be available in countries including US, Bolivia, Canada, Brazil, Argentina, Singapore, Suriname, Thailand, Laos, Guyana, Ecuador, Chile, Bolivia, Philippines, Mexico, Paraguay, […]

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Attackers demand $2.5 million for Texas Ransomeware

The cybercriminals who attacked multiple Texas local governments with file-encrypting malware via compromising service provider’s network. The attackers demanded a ransom of $2.5 million for decrypting the entire local government files, the mayor of a municipality says. The Department of Information Resources (DIR) has announced that a total of 22 victims has been established, while […]

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Belgian and German MasterCard data breach

European unit of MasterCard Inc.’ has formally informed  Belgian and German’s Data Protection regulators about a data breach from the company’s Priceless Specials loyalty program. Customers data are available on the internet include, names, payment card numbers, email addresses, home addresses, phone numbers, gender, and dates of birth. The card company alerted the watchdog about […]

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