Data Security News Headlines 30th December, 2016

3 Critical Zero-Day Flaws Found in PHP 7 — One Remains Unpatched! Security researchers at Check Point's exploit research team have been discovered three critical zero-day vulnerabilities in PHP 7 that could allow an attacker to take complete control over 80 percent of websites which run on the latest version of the popular web programming... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 29th December, 2016

Kerala airports deny websites hacked A website was hacked by anonymous hackers on Tuesday. The home page showed the message that the website was hacked by 'Kashmiri Cheettah' which allegedly belongs to the group Pak Cyber Attackers. The page also displayed a danger symbol. According to the Thiruvananthapuram airport authorities, the website that was... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 27th December, 2016

Critical PHPMailer Flaw leaves Millions of Websites Vulnerable to Remote Exploit Millions of PHP websites and popular open source web applications, including WordPress, Drupal, 1CRM, SugarCRM, Yii, and Joomla comes with PHPMailer library for sending emails using a variety of methods, including SMTP to their users. Polish security researcher Dawid Golunski of Legal Hackers discover... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 24th December, 2016

Steam and Origin Servers Down? Phantom Squad and PoodleCorp Claim Responsibility DDoS attacks are increasing, need to calculate the cost and probability of a DDoS attack on your business. The famous DDoS attackers from Phantom Squad have claimed responsibility for conducting a series of powerful Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) on Steam and online gaming... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 20th December, 2016

Brute Force Attacks on WordPress Websites Soar WordPress security firm Wordfence has warned that the number of brute force attacks aimed at WordPress websites has increased significantly in December compared to the previous period also hackers are targeting vulnerability present in WordPress. Malicious users are often exploit vulnerabilities to hack WordPress websites, brute force attacks,... Continue Reading →

Data Security News Headlines 19th December, 2016

DNSChanger Malware is back! Hijacking Routers to Target Every Connected Device Researchers have discovered that attackers are targeting online users with an exploit kit called DNSChanger. According to research malware is distributed via online advertising that hides malicious code in image. DNSchanger malware that infected millions of computers across the world in 2012. DNSChanger works... Continue Reading →

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