Drupal: Attacks Started Within Hours Of Patch Release

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
If you didn't patch your site quickly, you should assume it was compromised, Drupal says.

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CSAM Month of False Positives: Appropriately Weighting False and True Positives, (Fri, Oct 31st)

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder

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Study: Chip-&-PIN Won’t Cure Retail Breaches

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
Online card payment transactions on the rise, according to Javelin Strategy & Research.

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Why Facebook Just Launched Its Own ‘Dark Web’ Site

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
Why Facebook Just Launched Its Own ‘Dark Web’ Site

Now the world's least anonymous website (Facebook) has just joined the Web's most anonymous network (Tor).

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Financial Breaches Show ‘Trust Model’ Is Broken

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
It's a full-blown crisis when a dozen major financial services firms admit to having their networks probed by the same attackers as those behind the JPMorgan Chase breach.

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The Performance Penalties of Bloatware-Based Next-Gen Firewalls

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
Why some organizations turn off critical security features to maintain network QoS.

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ISC StormCast for Friday, October 31st 2014 http://isc.sans.edu/podcastdetail.html?id=4217, (Fri, Oct 31st)

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
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Shellshock Attacks Stack Up

October 31st, 2014
by The Feeder
Organizations are unable to keep up with patching processes and find incident response practices lag in wake of Bash bug.

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Pirate Bay Founder Convicted on Hacking Charges

October 30th, 2014
by The Feeder
Pirate Bay Founder Convicted on Hacking Charges

The founder of the file-sharing site Pirate Bay was found guilty today in Denmark on hacking charges unrelated to the web site. Swedish national Gottfrid Svartholm was found guilty of hacking into servers belonging to the U.S. technology firm CSC after being partially acquitted of other hacking charges in Sweden. In the Danish case, Svartholm […]

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Retailers Now Actively Sharing Cyberthreat Intelligence

October 30th, 2014
by The Feeder
The retail industry's R-CISC has been up and running for four months now and is looking for more retailers to sign up.

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