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aclu.org

by Brett Max Kaufman

August 10, 2013

Charlie Savage of The New York Times confirmed this week what we have been warning about for years, including to the Supreme Court last fall: The National Security Agency (NSA) is "searching the contents of vast amounts of Americans' e-mail and text communications into and out of the country, hunting for people who mention information about foreigners under surveillance . . . ." The rub: If you've sent an international email or text since 2008, chances are the government has looked inside of it. In other words, the same NSA surveillance dragnet that government officials have consistently dismissed as speculative and far-fetched is very, very real. The Times's front-page story raises questions akin to those advanced by a report in The Guardian last week revealing that under a program codenamed "XKeyScore," NSA analysts use dropdown menus and filters - just like the ones we all use every single day on the web - to gain instant access to "nearly everything a typical user does on the Internet." Essentially, XKeyScore is the NSA's very own, very powerful surveillance search engine.

WordPress News at WPMU.org

by Craig Grella

June 18, 2012

Before your posts can go viral you need comments - and lots of them. Learn how to use your discussion settings to maximize your blog comments and minimize spam.

Readers like to see comments appear on your post as soon as they hit that little gray submit button, but as an administrator you want control over what is published on your site. Hence the blogger's dilemma - let the comments flow freely or send them to moderation before publishing? Of course, there's no correct answer - only what's right for you and your style of blog. In an effort to help make that decision easier, we've come up the following guide to WordPress discussion settings - the place where you tell your blog how to handle comment submission and publication.

blogs.technet.com

by Mike Reavey

December 13, 2011

Today, we're releasing our December set of security updates. As we do every month, we're providing a heads-up on what's coming in this month's release as well as offering links to more information so you can plan your deployment. However, since this is the last set of regular monthly security updates this year, I thought I'd take a minute to look back at some of the discoveries the MSRC made in the process of issuing the year's bulletins.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

September 7, 2012

Our back end automation began logging "Gameover" related IP addresses back in May. Gameover is the Peer-to-Peer variant of the ZeuS banking trojan. Last week, we took 3,300+ of the IPs and performed a GeoIP lookup on them.

F-Secure Weblog

by Threatinsight

April 3, 2012

Last week Kahu Security blogged about Escalating Java Attacks . Kahu's post dissects two Java exploits.

The first exploit targets CVE-2012-0507, the latest Java vulnerability that's been seen being exploited in the wild. This vulnerability was patched (for Windows) by Oracle in February 2012. I found the second exploit to be more interesting. It clearly appeared to be related to some Java CORBA vulnerability, possibly CVE-2012-0506, a Java vulnerability not yet known to be exploited in the wild. Last Friday I decided to take a closer look at this mysterious exploit.

F-Secure Weblog

by Sean

November 20, 2012

Details of a new Linux rootkit turned up on SecLists.Org's Full Disclosure Mailing List last week: linux rootkit in combination with nginx.

F-Secure Weblog

by Mikko

June 5, 2012

If somebody would have told me five years ago that by 2012 it would be commonplace for countries to launch cyberattacks against each other, I would not have believed it.

If somebody would have told me that a Western government would be using cybersabotage to attack the nuclear program of another government, I would have thought that's a Hollywood movie plot. Yet, that's exactly what's happening, for real. Cyberattacks have several advantages over traditional espionage or sabotage. Cyber attacks are effective, cheap and deniable. This is why governments like them. In fact, if Obama administration officials would not have leaked the confirmation that the U.S. government (together with the Israelis) was behind Stuxnet, we probably would have never known for sure.

WordPress News at WPMU.org

by Aaron

September 28, 2011

Yesterday, our team was alerted to a potentially malicious social engineering scam targeting users of one of our plugins.

First, to be very clear, there is no problem or exploitable issue with any of our plugins. However, we felt the whole situation is important enough to share with as many members of the WordPress and development community as possible, as there's a good chance something similar might be used to target other users of premium plugins and themes. One of our members received the following email from a fraudulent email address that was made to appear like it came from me, Lead Developer at Incsub and WPMU DEV...

F-Secure Weblog

by Mikko

April 25, 2011

Today, leaders in Iran announced that after Stuxnet, they are now fighting a new cyber attack.

They talk about a new unknown malware, codenamed "Stars". We can't tie this case to any particular sample we might already have. We don't know if this is another cyber attack launched by US Government.

Commtouch Cafe

by Patricia Revilla

November 3, 2011

This paper was written to help show the big pictureng: the status of attacks, what is being done about these, and what more could be done in order to better fight the Facebook bad guys.

      

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