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Security Trends

Traditional security is well past its expiration date.
Learn about the latest trends in AppSec in these posts,
from DevOps to SAST and everything in between.

Justin Bieber Malware Spreading Across The Web

We all have different opinions on the Justin Bieber phenomenon, but there is no denying his star-power and influence over the younger generation. The Canadian star is constantly in the headlines for the wrong reasons, including a DUI arrest last week. Interestingly, this event has deeply affected information security worldwide.

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Botnet Alert: Your Refrigerator May Be Infected

The “smart” home appliances we all are letting into our lives are getting “smarter”. This isn’t a movie plot, nor is it a scientific experiment. Security provider Proofpoint estimates that over 750,000 phishing and spam emails have already been sent out by infected fridges, televisions and other appliances.

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ATMs Robbed With Malicious USB Drives

Lovers of the “Terminator” movie series surely remember how John Connor used his cool “binary code gadget” to hack into his local ATM machine. Technology has changed a lot since the early nineties, but hackers are still milking ATMs using malware-loaded USB drives. It’s estimated that millions of dollars have already been stolen in Europe

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Cloned Minecraft for Android Doing the Rounds

The underground Android application market is booming. More and more pirated games are available for direct download on the net. One such game, the cloned Minecraft PE, is causing extensive damage all across the globe. Users of the Trojanized version are advised to uninstall the game immediately. The temptation is irresistible for any hardcore gamer. When costly games

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Malware Alert: Flashback Trojan Still Alive And Kicking

Apple’s Mac OS is considered to be safer than other leading computing platforms. But this reputation was serious dented back in 2011 when the Flashback Trojan was exposed. More than 500,000 Mac users were affected by the malware within months. The bad news is that the Flashback is still active.

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