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Malware Top10:
Wed, 25 Feb    Low    BKDR_ALINA.SM
Fri, 20 Feb    Low    ADW_SUPERFISH
Mon, 16 Feb    Low    BKDR_CARBANAK.A
Sun, 15 Feb    Low    TROJ_STRPADT.A
Thu, 05 Feb    Low    BKDR_VAWTRAK.DOKR
Mon, 02 Feb    Low    SWF_EXPLOIT.MJST
Fri, 30 Jan    Low    IOS_XAGENT.A
Fri, 30 Jan    Low    TROJ_UPATRE.SMBG
Fri, 30 Jan    Low    WORM_MAILSPAM.XDP
Thu, 22 Jan    Low    HKTL_DOOMWORM
    


Latest 10 Virus Alerts:
03 Mar 2015       Troj/Wonton-OO
03 Mar 2015       Troj/MSIL-BYE
03 Mar 2015       Troj/MSIL-BYD
03 Mar 2015       Troj/JenxLnk-B
03 Mar 2015       Troj/Inject-BKU
03 Mar 2015       Troj/Hupigon-VZ
03 Mar 2015       Troj/Hupigon-VU
03 Mar 2015       Troj/DwnLdr-MHB
03 Mar 2015       Troj/Bancos-CAZ
03 Mar 2015       Troj/Agent-ALUK

Latest Adware and PUA:
03 Mar 2015       Live Soft Action
02 Mar 2015       Android Multi Ads
01 Mar 2015       Strictor
01 Mar 2015       AdGazelle
28 Feb 2015       MultiPlug
28 Feb 2015       Lucky Tab
27 Feb 2015       Ruifeng
27 Feb 2015       PrivDog
27 Feb 2015       Revealer Keylogger Installer
26 Feb 2015       Security Xploded




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Latest 10 Threats:
Mon, 2 Mar       Trojan.Cryptdef!gen8
Mon, 2 Mar       Packed.Generic.482
Sun, 1 Mar       Trojan.Cryptolocker.N
Fri, 27 Feb       Downloader.Busadom!g1
Fri, 27 Feb       Infostealer.Predapan
Fri, 27 Feb       Backdoor.Korplug.C
Fri, 27 Feb       Backdoor.Korplug.C!gm
Thu, 26 Feb       Downloader.Busadom
Thu, 26 Feb       Trojan.Ladocosm
Thu, 26 Feb       Infostealer.Posteal

Latest 10 Risks:
Thu, 26 Feb       Adware.SuperFishRemove
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!ConInput
Tue, 24 Feb       Adware.Privdog
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!AdvSysProt
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!SwUpdater
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!SpdUpMyPC
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!StormAlert
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!SpeedyPCPr
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!SettManage
Tue, 24 Feb       SONAR.PUA!SearchSafe

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Internet Storm Center Infocon Status
Abusing RFC 5227 to DoS Windows hosts (Reddit)
Bad movie: Hackers can raid networks with burnt Blu-Rays (The Register)
Natural Grocers investigating unauthorized access to POS systems (SC Magazine)
Does Your Tablet Have GPS, A-GPS, or aGPS? The Differences Are Big (IT Toolbox Blogs)
Google quietly backs away from encrypting new Lollipop devices by default (ArsTechnica)
$250K: That's what Lenovo earned to RAT YOU OUT with Superfish (The Register)
Now you can easily send (free!) encrypted messages between Android, iOS (ArsTechnica)
LogPOS - New Point of Sale Malware Using Mailslots (Reddit)
Australian lawmakers can't use phones, will vote on data retention (ZDNet)
HP Rides Aruba's Wave Into Contextual Networking (Forbes)
Barracuda Rebrands eSignature Solution SignNow to CudaSign (SecurityWeek)
Exclusive: Huawei plans big push to sell its phones, wearable devices in U.S. (Yahoo Security)
Uber Takes Over 5 Months To Issue Breach Notification (Dark Reading)
Theres Now a Free iPhone App That Encrypts Calls and Texts (WIRED)
Apple Pay: Fraudsters Exploit Authentication (InfoRiskToday)
The Democratization of Cyberattack (Schneier blog)
How to catch integer overflows with template metaprogramming (Cap'n Proto Security Advisory) (Reddit)
50 shades of grey can turn Adobe Reader into a hot mess (The Register)
What You Need To Know About Nation-State Hacked Hard Drives (Dark Reading)
Cool Reception for Obama's Privacy Plan (InfoRiskToday)
Internet Explorer Exploit Added to Angler Kit: FireEye (SecurityWeek)
Proposed Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights Act doesn't go far enough, critics say (SC Magazine)
Data at risk for about 50,000 current and former Uber drivers (SC Magazine)
Google's 'encrypted-by-default' Android is NOT encrypting by default (The Register)
AWS gets the cloud reboot drill down (ZDNet)
Palo Alto Networks' Quarterly Revenue Tops $217 Million (SecurityWeek)
ICANN switches off dot-word admin portal amid security leak scare (The Register)
Silent Circle to buy out Geeksphone, fully own Blackphone (SC Magazine)
Google reverses its promise to enable encryption by default in Android Lollipop (ZDNet)
Hacking vulnerabilities with the Internet of Things: Risks and security loopholes (ZDNet)
Free Encrypted iPhone Comms And 'World First' Private Tablet Unveiled (Forbes)
Johnny Walker Smart Bottle Debuts At Mobile World Congress (Forbes)
Why Security Awareness Alone Wont Stop Hackers (Dark Reading)
Hands-on with the best Android smartwatch that has ever been made (Yahoo Security)
In major goof, Uber stored sensitive database key on public GitHub page (ArsTechnica)
ENISA Workshop on EU Threat Landscape (lots of slides) (Reddit)
Google's Pwnium V: the never-ending* Pwnium ... For those who are interested in what this means for the Pwnium rewards pool, we crunched the numbers and the results are in: it now goes all the way up to $ million*. (Reddit)
Rogers Says Hackers Accessed Small Number of Business Accounts (SecurityWeek)
Risks Growing, But Not InfoSec Budgets (InfoRiskToday)


The Register - Security

50 shades of grey can turn Adobe Reader into a hot mess (3 March 2015)
$250K: That's what Lenovo earned to RAT YOU OUT with Superfish (3 March 2015)
Google's 'encrypted-by-default' Android is NOT encrypting by default (2 March 2015)
ICANN switches off dot-word admin portal amid security leak scare (2 March 2015)
US court rubber-stamps dragnet metadata surveillance (again) (2 March 2015)
Silent Circle revamps secure smartphone (2 March 2015)
ASML‬ plays down mystery hack attack (2 March 2015)
Would you trust 'spyproof' mobes made in Putin's Russia? (2 March 2015)
The car in front has Kaspersky deep inside (2 March 2015)
Twitter triples abuse team, knocks dox (2 March 2015)
Bad movie: Hackers can raid networks with burnt Blu-Rays (2 March 2015)
Blockheads bork Bitcoin Foundation board election (2 March 2015)
Seagate NAS owners: hide it behind a firewall. Fast. (2 March 2015)
BitDefender bit trip slaps 'valid' on revoked certs (1 March 2015)
FORK ME! Uber hauls GitHub into court to find who hacked database of 50,000 drivers (28 February 2015)
New Xen vuln triggers Amazon, Rackspace reboot panic redux (28 February 2015)
Lenovo: We SWEAR we're done with bloatware, adware and scumware (27 February 2015)
Thousands of UK drivers' details leaked through hole in parking ticket website (27 February 2015)
NTT Com Security to wed UK cyber specialist Nebulas, say sources (27 February 2015)
TalkTalk 'fesses up to MEGA data breach (27 February 2015)


ZDNet
Australian lawmakers can't use phones, will vote on data retention (03 Mar 15)
AWS gets the cloud reboot drill down (02 Mar 15)
Google reverses its promise to enable encryption by default in Android Lollipop (02 Mar 15)
Hacking vulnerabilities with the Internet of Things: Risks and security loopholes (02 Mar 15)
Meet the free encryption app that promises to put your privacy first (02 Mar 15)
Inside the panopticon economy: Privacy, the IoT and you (02 Mar 15)
Is it time to force PC makers to disclose how much they make from crapware? (02 Mar 15)
AVG unveils invisibility glasses to defend against facial recognition (02 Mar 15)
Silent Circle unveils BlackPhone 2, plans BlackPhone+ secure tablet, aims at business (02 Mar 15)
BlackBerry launches cloud edition of BES12 (02 Mar 15)
BlackBerry, Samsung advance security partnership, services deal (01 Mar 15)
Uber admits database breach putting driver data at risk (27 Feb 15)
Breach costs at $162 million, Target reports (27 Feb 15)
Lenovo promises to stop bundling crapware on PCs (27 Feb 15)
Zero Day Weekly: Superfish attacks, FBI GameoverZeus bounty, Komodia in Lavasoft (27 Feb 15)
TalkTalk security breach fuels bogus tech-support scam (27 Feb 15)
Silent Circle targets enterprise users with 'world first' privacy ecosystem (27 Feb 15)
Joint committee recommends changes to data-retention Bill (27 Feb 15)
Backdoor listing costs leave Covata with AU$14.7m first-half loss (27 Feb 15)
Surveillance law prompts shift for Google-sponsored SDN test-bed (27 Feb 15)





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