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Phone hacking how easy is it

Phone hacking: how easy is it ? Phone hacking in New Zealand isn’t that common but a cyber crime investigator says that doesn’t mean it’s not possible. Freelance cyber investigator Chris Budge hasn’t heard of any incidents of phone-hacking in New Zealand but says it’s relatively easy to tap into someone’s voicemail and listen to their messages. Media mogul Rupert ... Read More »

5 Security Threats Every SysAdmin Should Know

You may have the best website, the most successful business, and the latest, greatest technology, but all of that might be in jeopardy if you do not adequately secure your server. ¬†Anything connected to the Internet must have some level of security, but servers that host websites must be especially careful. ¬†The following are five threats every system administrator should ... Read More »

Swiss Forex Marketplace Compromised

A group of gray hat hackers claim to have identified a critical SQL injection vulnerability in the website of Dukascopy Bank SA, a company that runs a Swiss foreign exchange marketplace. “Dukascopy offers direct access to the Swiss Foreign Exchange Marketplace (SWFX). This market provides the largest pool of ECN spot forex liquidity available for banks, hedge funds, other institutions ... Read More »

Mobile Phishing Attacks Use Fake WAP Pages

Security researchers from Symantec have spotted phishing attacks that target mobile users and make use fake WAP pages for popular services. Mobile phishing is not very widespread at the moment, but the number of attacks continues to grow due to the increased popularity of smartphones. // <![CDATA[// Many companies offer a version of their websites for mobile devices. These can ... Read More »

Cross-Domain WebGL Resources Disabled in Chrome

Google will disable cross-domain WebGL resources in the next version of its Chrome browser because of security issues with the feature. Back in May, a consultancy company called Context Information Security has identified several vulnerabilities in the WebGL technology. // <![CDATA[// One of the issues was the cross-domain theft of images when used as WebGL textures, the company providing a ... Read More »

Hackers Steal Data from Many Italian Universities

A hacker affiliated with Anonymous claims to have broken into the websites of 18 Italian universities from where he extracted sensitive information. The hacker who uses the online handle of LulzStorm, a reference to the defunct LulzSec hacking outfit, has uploaded part of the stolen data in a torrent. “Today is a great day for us all, and a very ... Read More »