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  • Cybercriminals Found Exploiting Microsoft Zero-Day to Target Governments

    It was announced this week that a previously unknown Microsoft zero-day flaw has been allowing hackers to launch malware attacks against multiple high-profile targets. The flaw being exploited impacts all supported versions of Microsoft Windows, except XP, as well as Windows Servers 2008 and 2012.

        in Encryption
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  • Hackers Utilize Malware to Steal Cash From ATMs

    Security researchers have discovered a new form of malware that targets ATM terminals. While it has to be manually loaded onto a machine, the malware dispenses money without an ATM card and shows an usual level of sophistication.

        in Encryption, Malware
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  • New Malware Targets Mac Users To Create Botnet

    Users of Apple's Mac OS X are now vulnerable to threats from a new malware family known as Mac.Backdoor.iWorm. Security experts are particularly worried about the virus because it leverages the search capabilities of the popular site Reddit to find command and control servers to use in attacks.

        in Authentication, Malware
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  • Secure Your Website with HSTS

    This post was originally published on the CA Security Council blog. Is your website secure? One thing to consider is securing your website with HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). Implementation of HSTS is an extension of the Always-On SSL policy. For each website you want to protect with HSTS, you must first deploy an SSL/TLS certificate (if you haven’t already), and

        in SSL
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  • New Malware Targets Mac Users To Create Botnet

    Users of Apple's Mac OS X are now vulnerable to threats from a new malware family known as Mac.Backdoor.iWorm. Security experts are particularly worried about the virus because it leverages the search capabilities of the popular site Reddit to find command and control servers to use in attacks.

        in Authentication, Malware
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  • Secure Your Website with HSTS

    This post was originally published on the CA Security Council blog. Is your website secure? One thing to consider is securing your website with HTTP Strict Transport Security (HSTS). Implementation of HSTS is an extension of the Always-On SSL policy. For each website you want to protect with HSTS, you must first deploy an SSL/TLS certificate (if you haven’t already), and

        in SSL
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