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Hackers Can Steal $999,999.99 from Visa Contactless Payment Cards

Hackers Can Steal $999,999.99 from Visa Contactless Payment Cards

Security researchers from Newcastle University in the UK have found a way to steal larger amount...
Hacker exploits Heartbleed bug to Hijack VPN Sessions

Hacker exploits Heartbleed bug to Hijack VPN Sessions

Cyber criminals have explored one more way to exploit Heartbleed OpenSSL bug against organisatio...
Obama Lets NSA Use Zero-Day Exploits by labeling it as 'National Security Need'

Obama Lets NSA Use Zero-Day Exploits by labeling it as 'National Security Need'

On Saturday, the Senior Administration Officials cast light on the subject of Internet Security and ...
Microsoft Word Zero-Day Vulnerability is being exploited in the Wild

Microsoft Word Zero-Day Vulnerability is being exploited in the Wild

Microsoft warned about a zero-day vulnerability in Microsoft Word that is being actively exploited ...
Adobe releases another Emergency Security Patch for Flash Player

Adobe releases another Emergency Security Patch for Flash Player

Security Firm FireEye has uncovered yet another critical zero-day vulnerability in widely used ...
CVE-2014-0322: Internet Explorer zero-day exploit targets US Military Intelligence

CVE-2014-0322: Internet Explorer zero-day exploit targets US Military Intelligence

Hackers are using a zero day vulnerability in Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE) web browser ...
Google announces $2.7 million Reward for hacking Chrome OS at Pwnium Contest

Google announces $2.7 million Reward for hacking Chrome OS at Pwnium Contest

Pwnium is the annual Hacking competition where Google invites coders from around the world to f...
Converting Google Chrome into a Bugging Device by exploiting Speech Recognition feature

Converting Google Chrome into a Bugging Device by exploiting Speech Recognition feature

How many of you use Google Chrome for surfing the Internet and feel safe while working on it? ...
Exclusive - openSUSE Forum Hacked; 79500 Users Data Compromised

Exclusive - openSUSE Forum Hacked; 79500 Users Data Compromised

After Snapchat hack, this can be another worst data breach of the new year. A Pakistani hacker '...
Windows Error Crash Reports or Treasure of Zero-Day vulnerabilities for NSA?

Windows Error Crash Reports or Treasure of Zero-Day vulnerabilities for NSA?

I am sure that you all have been familiar with the above shown annoying Window Operating System erro...
Microsoft released Security Patch for CVE-2013-5065 TIFF Zero-Day vulnerability

Microsoft released Security Patch for CVE-2013-5065 TIFF Zero-Day vulnerability

Microsoft has  released  11 Security Patch this Tuesday, including one for CVE-2013-5065  zero-day v...
LinkedIn iOS app HTML Message Parsing Vulnerability

LinkedIn iOS app HTML Message Parsing Vulnerability

LinkedIn's iOS application is prone to a vulnerability that may permit remote attackers to exec...
Growing market of zero-day vulnerability exploits pose real threat to Cyber Security

Growing market of zero-day vulnerability exploits pose real threat to Cyber Security

NSS Labs issued the report titled " The Known Unknowns " to explain the dynamics behind th...
CVE-2013-5065: Microsoft Windows XP and Server 2003 Privilege escalation Zero-Day exploit discovered

CVE-2013-5065: Microsoft Windows XP and Server 2003 Privilege escalation Zero-Day exploit discovered

Researchers at FireEye have discovered a new privilege escalation vulnerability  in Windows XP and...
Java based Cross platform malware targeting Apache Tomcat servers in the wild

Java based Cross platform malware targeting Apache Tomcat servers in the wild

Takashi Katsuki, a researcher at Antivirus firm Symantec has discovered a new cyber attack ongoi...
Two-year-old vulnerability in JBoss Application Servers enables Remote Shell for Hackers

Two-year-old vulnerability in JBoss Application Servers enables Remote Shell for Hackers

Cyber security of many organizations being attacked at an extremely high rate this month, well ...
Hacker 'Pinkie Pie' successfully compromised Chrome on Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4

Hacker 'Pinkie Pie' successfully compromised Chrome on Nexus 4 and Samsung Galaxy S4

A Mysterious Hacker who goes by the " Pinkie Pie " handle is rewarded with $50,000 USD ...
Security updates for available for Adobe Flash Player and ColdFusion vulnerabilities

Security updates for available for Adobe Flash Player and ColdFusion vulnerabilities

Adobe released critical security patches for its ColdFusion web application server and  Adobe Fl...
Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability actively being exploited in the wild

Internet Explorer zero-day vulnerability actively being exploited in the wild

Security researchers at FireEye have detected a new series of drive-by attacks based on a new I...