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New Ruski hacker clan exposed: They’re called MoneyTaker, and they’re gonna take your money
Lifestyle pin-up site Pinterest: Hack attempts blamed on ‘credential stuffing’
Banking malware on Google Play targets Polish banks
Is Bulgaria sitting on $3.5 BILLION worth of Bitcoin seized from criminals?
Blighty flogs Qatar a bunch of missiles and Typhoon fighter jets
Hackers’ delight: Mobile bank app security flaw could have smacked millions
Happy holidays, scam spotters!
Language bugs infest downstream software, fuzzer finds
Leftover Synaptics debugger puts a keylogger on HP laptops
Dynamics 365 sandbox leaked TLS certificates
SONAR.AM.C!g41
SONAR.AM.C!g43
SONAR.AM.E!g43
SONAR.AM.C!g44
SONAR.SuspBeh!gen615
SONAR.AM.C!g42
SONAR.Ursnif!gen1
SONAR.AM.E!g42
SONAR.AM.E!g44
SONAR.AM.E!g41
Debian: DSA-4062-1: firefox-esr security update
Debian: DSA-4061-1: thunderbird security update
Someone hacked this traffic sign with anti-Trump messages
A Trove of 1.4 Billion Clear Text Credentials File Found on Dark Web
Fedora 27: curl Security Update
Fedora 27: firefox Security Update
Update payment method: Netflix phishing scam steals login credentials
DSA-4059 libxcursor
DSA-4058 optipng
Researcher finds pre-installed keylogger in hundreds of HP laptops
Debian: DSA-4060-1: wireshark security update
openSUSE: 2017:3259-1: important: the OBS toolchain
Security Vulnerabilities in Certificate Pinning
10 useful ncat (nc) Command Examples for Linux Systems
WordPress hit with keylogger, 5,400 sites infected
Fedora 25: ca-certificates Security Update
Fedora 25: collectd Security Update
Fedora 25: xrdp Security Update
Slackware: 2017-342-01: openssl Security Update
DSA-4060 wireshark
Bitcoin investors targeted by Orcus RAT in new phishing campaign
Android Flaw Poisons Signed Apps with Malicious Code
Android flaw lets attack code slip into signed apps
DSA-4056 nova
DSA-4055 heimdal
Man who threw away $121m of Bitcoin wants to dig up landfill site
Apple Fixes Flaw Impacting HomeKit Devices
Phishing embraces HTTPS, hoping you’ll “check for the padlock”
UK.gov law resources now untrustworthy, according to browsers
StrongPity2 spyware replaces FinFisher in MitM campaign – ISP involved?