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FireEye has linked the latest attacks to two other malware campaigns, believed to come from China
A list of compromised FTP credentials is circulating in underground forums.
The certificates could be used to launch man-in-the-middle attacks against desktop and mobile apps with poor certificate validation
Paul joins FreedomWorks in class-action lawsuit against Obama, U.S. officials
Attackers can cause Tomcat processes to use all available CPU resources by sending malformed HTTP requests
The new document should help critical infrastructure operators develop cybersecurity programs, officials say.
Undercover police also received a request to extort and kill someone, the Dutch Public Prosecution Service said.
The company said it will provide security and safety updates to all server users
The flaws could allow attackers to execute malicious code on computers remotely
For this month's Patch Tuesday, Microsoft covers 24 vulnerabilities found in Internet Explorer.
The attack peaked at over 400Gbps according to CloudFlare, the company whose infrastructure was targeted
Dutch authorities declined to say how the site was seized, if anybody was arrested and what was sold on the site.
Since June last year, users with administrative roles had the facility
The attack campaign is highly sophisticated and appears to be a state-sponsored operation.
Two more updates boost the total for tomorrow to seven, including patches for Internet Explorer and Windows XP.