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3Novices:Dangerous Malware Allows Anyone to Empty ATMs—And It’s On Sale!

Hacking ATM is now easier than ever before.

Usually, hackers exploit hardware and software vulnerabilities to hack ATMs and force them to spit out cash, but now anyone can simply buy a malware to steal millions in cash from ATMs.

Hackers are selling ready-made ATM malware on an underground hacking forum that anybody can simply buy for around $5000, researchers at Kaspersky Lab discovered


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3Novices:Learn Ethical Hacking — Get 8 Online Courses (With Sample Videos) For Just $29

With the rise in cyber-crimes, ethical hacking has become a powerful strategy in the fight against online threats.

In general terms, ethical hackers are authorised to break into supposedly ‘secure’ computer systems without malicious intent, but with the aim of discovering vulnerabilities to bring about improved protection.

Ethical Hackers are now kind of becoming the alchemists of the 21st


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3Novices:Microsoft Kept Secret That Its Bug-Tracking Database Was Hacked In 2013

It was not just Yahoo among “Fortune 500” companies who tried to keep a major data breach incident secret.

Reportedly, Microsoft had also suffered a data breach four and a half years ago (in 2013), when a “highly sophisticated hacking group” breached its bug-reporting and patch-tracking database, but the hack was never made public until today.

According to five former employees of the


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3Novices:Serious Crypto-Flaw Lets Hackers Recover Private RSA Keys Used in Billion of Devices

If you think KRACK attack for WiFi is the worst vulnerability of this year, then hold on…

…we have got another one for you which is even worse.

Microsoft, Google, Lenovo, HP and Fujitsu are warning their customers of a potentially serious vulnerability in widely used RSA cryptographic library produced by German semiconductor manufacturer Infineon Technologies.

It’s noteworthy that this


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3Novices:Hackers Use New Flash Zero-Day Exploit to Distribute FinFisher Spyware

FinSpy—the infamous surveillance malware is back and infecting high-profile targets using a new Adobe Flash zero-day exploit delivered through Microsoft Office documents.

Security researchers from Kaspersky Labs have discovered a new zero-day remote code execution vulnerability in Adobe Flash, which was being actively exploited in the wild by a group of advanced persistent threat actors,


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3Novices:Yet Another Linux Kernel Privilege-Escalation Bug Discovered

Security researchers have discovered a new privilege-escalation vulnerability in Linux kernel that could allow a local attacker to execute code on the affected systems with elevated privileges.

Discovered by Venustech ADLab (Active-Defense Lab) researchers, the Linux kernel vulnerability (CVE-2017-15265) is due to a use-after-free memory error in the Advanced Linux Sound Architecture (ALSA)


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3Novices:How A Drive-by Download Attack Locked Down Data of this City for 4 Days

We don’t really know the pain and cost of a downtime event unless we are directly touched.

Be it a flood, electrical failure, ransomware attack or other broad geographic events; we don’t know what it is really like to have to restore IT infrastructure unless we have had to do it ourselves.

We look at other people’s backup and recovery issues and hope we are smarter or clever enough to keep


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