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SpiderLabs Radio: June 26, 2014

In this episode: PayPal 2FA in mobile bypassed Android update for OpenSSL vuln Reuters compromised by SEA through 3rd party TimThumb Webshot RCE vulnerability DDoS used as a distraction NTP patches stem DDoS flood We'd love to hear what you...

SpiderLabs Radio: June 19, 2014

In this episode: Tweetdeck suffers from an XSS worm Even Hackers pick bad passwords MS releases an Emergency Patch SimpLocker Android Ransomware encryption bypassed Researchers find vulnerabilties in both Google Play and thousands of Apps New towelroot root exploit for...

SpiderLabs Radio: June 12, 2014

In this episode: Oleg Pliss has been captured The first real Android ransomware "Red Button" Attack on Smart TVs MS Patch Tuesday round up 2 Teens Responsibly Hack an ATM TW SpiderLab's own Oren Hafif finds a Gmail bug Links...

Microsoft Patch Tuesday, June 2014

June's Microsoft Patch Tuesday contains seven bulletins, including two rated “Critical” and five rated “Important”. One of the two “Critical” bulletins is for Internet Explorer and contains patches for a massive fifty-nine CVEs, almost all of which are marked with...

From a Username to Full Account Takeover

In the past year there have been many major data breach incidents in which usernames, email addresses and sometimes even passwords were compromised. Some of these incidents included big organizations with millions of usernames leaked. According to the 2014 Trustwave...

SpiderLabs Radio: June 5, 2014

In this episode I talk about some odd ransom ware targeting Apple iDevices and I go over the vulnerabilities affecting a popular Wordpress plugin as well as the new vulnerabilities discovered in OpenSSL. We'd love to hear what you think...

Microsoft Advance Notification for June 2014

Microsoft will be releasing the next security patch release on Tuesday, June 10th. This release will include 7 bulletins, which two bulletins are rated "Critical" affecting Internet Explorer, Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Office and Microsoft Lync. The bulletins rated "Important" include...

CVE-2014-0515 Goes to Brazil for World Cup 2014

The FIFA World Cup 2014 begings June 12 and enthusiasm about the event has shown itself in increased traffic to different sport websites around the world. With more people visiting certain websites, you can bet that malicious individuals will look...