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Checkmarx Reaching New Heights – Now Second Highest Ranked Security Company In 2013 Deloitte Fast 500

Checkmarx is breaking all barriers. The Israeli IT Security firm has stormed into the Deloitte top-500 fastest growing EMEA companies, taking 69th place overall in the 2013 rankings. Technology Top 500 is a unique ranking research project, conducted annually by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited (DTTL). Technology, telecommunications, software and internet companies are scanned and studied

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Application Security News – December 9 – 15, 2013

In this week’s AppSec digest, NSA agents spy on World of Warcraft Orcs, Facebook acts like a Nosy Nancy, Gmail auto-downloads all your advertise – I mean images, and CryptoLocker copycats emerge. Get informed about the latest news in security and start your week out fresh.

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Balloon Pop 2 Taken Off Android Play Store – WhatsApp Snooping Exposed

Mobile malware has come a long way in recent years. The latest exploit was exposed this week when the popular “Balloon Pop 2”, played and enjoyed by thousands of Android users, was found to contain a malicious code that enabled eavesdropping on WhatsApp conversations. Google has taken the game off its Play Store app market.

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5 Recommendations From Top CISO’s For A More Secure Future

19 of the top CISO’s and security executives from around the world came together to give their advice on what security teams should be focusing on in the New Year. This week, the Security for Business Innovation Council (SBIC) released an in-depth report expounding on the suggestions. The major industry thought leaders included FedEx CISO and VP

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Faux Google SSL Certificates Issued By Finance Ministry in France

Google spoke out this week after security engineers discovered fake SSL certificates linked to a French government agency earlier this month. On December 3rd, security engineers found that a government agency in France was using unauthorized digital certificates on various Google domains, including Gmail, which allowed the agency to act as man-in-the-middle of private domains

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Hacker’s Paradise – New Virus Transfers Stolen Data Using Inaudible Sounds

Air-Gap Jumping Communication. Networkless hacking. Sci-fi movie themes are now turning into reality. German researchers Michael Hanspach and Michael Goetz have created what can potentially become the driving force behind the next-gen malware. Security experts be warned – offline computing is not going to be safe for long. 

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Cache of 2 Million Account Details For Facebook, Google, Yahoo Users Discovered

Some two million accounts on several of the most widely visited social media networks, email providers and websites were just discovered on a server with a bogus IP in the Netherlands. Hackers stole login usernames and passwords for Facebook, LinkedIn, Google, Twitter and various other popular sites.

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