Facebook Tag Scams are Back with Malicious Payload

Facebook Tag Scams are Back with Malicious Payload

Bad week-end for Facebook users: a malicious tagging campaign ended up infecting at least 5 thousand computer users with a backdoor. This three-day campaign has been actively mirro ...

Win a MacBook Air with Bitdefender #hugamac

Win a MacBook Air with Bitdefender #hugamac

Here’s your chance to win a brand new 13” MacBook Air by just posting a selfie with your current Mac, followed by the hashtag #hugamac. You can use Facebook, Twitter, and even Inst ...

Hottest Snapchats – Another Early 2015 Facebook Scam!

Hottest Snapchats – Another Early 2015 Facebook Scam!

A spam campaign revealing the 10 “hottest snapchats” is a new entry to the long list of Facebook scams flooding the social media platform in 2015, according to Bitdefender Online T ...

Bitdefender’s Pick. Celebrating Asimov, the writer who focused on AI and coined the term ‘robotics’

Bitdefender’s Pick. Celebrating Asimov, the writer who focused on AI and coined the term ‘robotics’

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 ...

Top 10 Data Breaches of 2014; Lessons Learned for a Safer 2015

Top 10 Data Breaches of 2014; Lessons Learned for a Safer 2015

2014 was a memorable year for large-scale cybersecurity breaches. Target started the year on the wrong foot, exposing 110 million people’s personal information. Then, Sony Pictures ...

Top 5 Social Media Security Predictions of 2015

Top 5 Social Media Security Predictions of 2015

Mobile ransomware, targeted job fraud, and Trojans lurking behind shocking videos are all expected to make their appearance on social media in 2015, security software solutions pro ...

Stalkers, Nude Photos and Beheadings: Top Facebook Scams and Malware Attacks in 2014

Stalkers, Nude Photos and Beheadings: Top Facebook Scams and Malware Attacks in 2014

Millions of people fell for Facebook scams in 2014. They lost money, reputation and even their jobs after simply clicking on the wrong social media link. Though security experts, c ...

Top 5 Social Media Security Predictions of 2015

Mobile ransomware, targeted job fraud, and Trojans lurking behind shocking videos are all expected to make their appearance on social media in 2015, security software solutions provider Bitdefender warns. Studies in the last year on Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter allowed Bitdefender security researchers to forecast future trends. While the trends seem mainly dangerous for individual social media users, grow...

Stalkers, Nude Photos and Beheadings: Top Facebook Scams and Malware Attacks in 2014

Millions of people fell for Facebook scams in 2014. They lost money, reputation and even their jobs after simply clicking on the wrong social media link. Though security experts, companies and tech-savvy users militate against Facebook cyber-attacks, unwary users fall victims to scams on the social network every day, and veteran users continue to fall for the same old e-threats. Here are the seven most dang...

Nine of the Most Deceiving Malware Threats of 2014

2014’s cybersecurity events – high-level security breaches, large scale vulnerabilities and endless privacy debates - have reshaped the world’s perception of digital safety. No one feels truly safe anymore. Behind every cyber tragedy lies a malicious piece of code designed to cause as much damage as possible - to steal identities, corporate secrets or simply to prove a point. In hopes of a safer 2015, we’re...

Huge privacy flaw uncovered in mobile phone networks

In the last year or so there's been a lot of bad news about how intelligence agencies and hackers can exploit weaknesses in internet communications to snoop upon our conversations and private messages. Indeed, such has been the avalanche of revelations that it's not uncommon at all to hear security researchers advise you to turn off your phone's WiFi, and communicate via regular calls vand SMS messages inst...

Misfortune Cookie Threatens 15 Million SOHO Routers

A critical vulnerability is exposing over 15 million home routers to man-in-middle attacks, according to researchers from Check Point. The flaw, identified as CVE-2014-9222, allows an attacker to remotely take over the device with administrative privileges and intercept all communication going through it. “Any device connected to it – including computers, phones, tablets, printers, security cameras, refrige...

Sweden Hacked by Anonymous. Revenge for Pirate Bay?

The email accounts of Swedish government members have been compromised by hacking group Anonymous, allegedly to avenge the recent Pirate Bay take down by Swedish officials, according to The Hacker News. Anonymous confirmed the hack on its official Twitter account. The tweet, linking to a Pastebin dump containing the leaked data, reads: "BREAKING: Emails from Swedish government were hacked in retaliation for...

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 we know today. Some of them also caught a glimpse of the future and envisioned the technology we are using now or are about to see. Keeping an eye on the visionaries helps us prepare for the future.  [divide] Open source enthusia...

Google Will Mark HTTP Sites As Unsafe Starting in 2015

Google plans to mark all HTTP pages “insecure” to warn users about data security and privacy issues, according to Chromium.org. As part of the open-source Chromium Projects, the initiative will affect Chrome starting in January. It’s meant to encourage all website owners to switch to HTTPS by default. “We all need data communication on the web to be secure (private, authenticated, untampered),” Google’s tea...

Delta Airlines security flaw allows access to strangers’ boarding passes

You would like to think that airlines are taking security seriously. After all, every time you try to board a plane you're asked to take off your belt and shoes, prove that your laptops boot up, discard any liquids that weren't bought in Duty Free, and dispose of your toenail clippers. Which makes it all the more ironic that it appears some airlines make it so darn easy to grab a complete strangers' electro...

New Russian Malware Impacts 100,000 WordPress Sites

Google blacklisted more than 10,000 domains compromised with a piece of malware dubbed SoakSoak, according to virus researchers. Up to 100,000 WordPress sites may be vulnerable to the malicious campaign, Sucuri said. Any version of WordPress that uses a popular slideshow plugin called “Slider Revolution” or RevSlider can fall victim to SoakSoak. In September, researchers discovered a zero-day vulnerability...

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