Bitdefender’s Pick. Father of Linux Turns 45 This Month

Bitdefender’s Pick. Father of Linux Turns 45 This Month

What is Bitdefender's Pick? The enlightened minds of mathematicians, cryptographers, engineers, physicists, inventors and others have shaped the computer and the Internet into what ...

Hackers Grab Yahoo Credentials through Mail Activity Reports Campaign

Hackers Grab Yahoo Credentials through Mail Activity Reports Campaign

Yahoo users are being targeted by a new phishing campaign that helps hackers grab their credentials and hijack accounts. Bitdefender was already blocking the malicious URLs spreadi ...

How Could Hacker Grinch Steal Your Christmas: Five Security Scenarios to Avoid

How Could Hacker Grinch Steal Your Christmas: Five Security Scenarios to Avoid

We hate to sound gloomy before the holidays, but Christmas not only brings joy and presents. It comes with increasing cyber-crime activity as well, as Hacker Grinch prepares new sc ...

Bitdefender’s Pick. Computer Security Day Recalls Infamous Virus to Caution Users

Bitdefender’s Pick. Computer Security Day Recalls Infamous Virus to Caution Users

What is Bitdefender's Pick? We might be a security company, but our interests spin way beyond creating virus signatures and identifying new malware. We also keep our eyes peeled fo ...

Thousands Fall with Each Hour for Free Audi R8 Facebook Scam

Thousands Fall with Each Hour for Free Audi R8 Facebook Scam

Over 200,000 Facebook users have fallen prey to a like-farming scam promising two free Audi R8 cars, and thousands join the victim list with each hour, according to antivirus softw ...

‘Facebook at Work’ Could Increase Security Risks

‘Facebook at Work’ Could Increase Security Risks

The ‘Facebook at Work’ project could raise even more security and privacy issues than the regular social network, according to Bitdefender security experts. The antivirus software ...

Free Bitdefender Adware Removal Tool for PC Goes Online; Reclaim Your Computers Now

Free Bitdefender Adware Removal Tool for PC Goes Online; Reclaim Your Computers Now

The free Adware Removal Tool for PC is now online. Bitdefender officially released today the application that helps users get rid of annoying software, according to a press release ...

Europol Closes 292 Domain Names Selling Counterfeit Goods

Authorities seized 292 domain names for illegally selling counterfeit merchandise online, according to an Europol news release. Europol collaborated with 25 law enforcement agencies and partners from 19 countries to closethe sites in a two-year operation dubbed 'In Our Sites (IOS) Transatlantic V. Most sold counterfeit products including traditional luxury goods as well as sportswear, electronics, pharmaceu...

UGG Fans Targeted with Black Friday Phishing Campaign

Spammers are using the name of popular Australian boot maker UGG to trick thousands of people into giving away personal information on bogus retail sites, Bitdefender warns. The antivirus provider has spotted a seasonal spam campaign luring people to fake retail websites with offers of huge discounts and attractive imagery. Hoping to refresh their e-mail address databases, spammers have crafted email subjec...

Bitdefender’s Pick. Computer Security Day Recalls Infamous Virus to Caution Users

What is Bitdefender's Pick? We might be a security company, but our interests spin way beyond creating virus signatures and identifying new malware. We also keep our eyes peeled for new gadgets, innovative technologies and geeky events. You'll simply love our pick!  [divide] Have you changed your passwords lately? How about creating that backup you’ve been putting off? Computer Security Day on November 30 i...

Weather Channel Web Site Vulnerable to Reflected Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Popular Weather Channel web site (Weather.com) has been found to be vulnerable to a reflected Cross-Site Scripting flaw, according to researcher Wang Jing's research. The Weather Channel is the most common US-based cable and satellite TV channel with close to 100 million subscribers. Its Alexa global rank is 143 and US rank is 35. "If The Weather Channel's users were exploited, their Identity may be stolen,...

PoS Malware Hits Vending Machines and Electronic Kiosks

A new sophisticated backdoor dubbed d4re|dev1| is infecting ticket vending machines used by mass transportation systems and electronic kiosks found in public areas, according to cyber-security researchers. In August, hackers allegedly compromised a machine in Italy through its Virtual Network Computer software. They used brute-force attacks to discover weak admin credentials. “These kiosks and ticket machin...

Google Launches New Security Dashboard

Google launched a “Devices and Activity Dashboard” to offer users more control over which devices connect to their Google accounts and prevent unauthorized access, according to a company blog post. The dashboard provides a snapshot of the devices that connect to the user’s Google account, along with details including the last time their account was accessed, the location and the web browser used. This list...

Facebook Launches Privacy Guide; Media Points Fingers over Lee Rigby Murder Case

Facebook has launched a how-to Privacy Guide, and announced it will update its terms and policies early next year, according to a message on the company website. The update comes soon after the social network was blamed for not taking action on the murder of soldier Lee Rigby, The Independent writes. The social media platform hosted a chat conversation by one of Rigby's killers five months ahead of the atta...

Adobe Fixes Highly Critical Vulnerability in Flash Player

Adobe has issued a fix for critical vulnerability (CVE-2014-8439) found in Adobe Flash Player software, according to Adobe's APSB14-26 security bulletin. The vulnerability affects all Adobe Flash Player and Adobe AIR versions on Windows, Macintosh and Linux. "Adobe Flash Player before 13.0.0.258 and 14.x and 15.x before 15.0.0.239 on Windows and OS X and before 11.2.202.424 on Linux, Adobe AIR before 15.0.0...

Sony Pictures Networks Threatened by Hackers Ultimatum

Sony Pictures Entertainment has fallen victim to a network security breach that defaced staff computers worldwide and allegedly stole internal data as well as company-owned Twitter account credentials, according to the thehackernews.com. The hacking group identifying itself as as #GOP (Guardians of Peace) left a threat that reads: “We've already warned you, and this is just a beginning. We continue till our...

Malware Found in Chinese E-Cigarettes’ Charger; Company Exec Infected

It hasn’t yet been proven that e-cigarettes can cause cancer, but they just might be able to give you malware. A recent report on Reddit posted by one IT employee suggested that e-cigarettes made in China had malware hard coded in their chargers. "One particular executive had a malware infection on his computer from which the source could not be determined,” the Reddit post said. “After all traditional mean...

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