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Israeli IT Prodigies Visit Checkmarx HQ

Checkmarx is continuing its tradition of hosting the brightest programming and computing minds from Israel’s leading academic institutions. This year it was a group of young kids who are currently honing their skills at the Tel Aviv University (TAU). They are a part of a special program that will enable them to complete their college

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All You Wanted To Know About Online Banking Security

Gone are the days when people frequented their banks to get their errands done. With more and more banking activities being performed online via web and mobile applications, the security risks are rising exponentially. But are banks and financial institutions doing enough to safeguard our privacy and financial assets? What are the risks and what

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ATMs Raided With Ploutus as Windows XP Zero Day Approaches

Windows XP will be officially discontinued on 8 April, but the legend platform is far from becoming extinct. 95% of the world’s ATMs are still powered by the 12-year old operating system, opening the door for Ploutus attacks. More and more hackers are using SMS messages to steal money. As informed in our previous Windows

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Cridex Banking Trojan Still Alive and Kicking

The Cridex Banking Trojan is wreaking havoc in Europe, especially in Germany. Hackers are implementing the traditional phishing methodology to trick victims into compromising their banking information. The Cridex malware has now officially overtaken the ZeuS Trojan and its clones thanks to the recent activity spike. Six different URL schemes are being used to cover-up

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On Tracking the Creator of Bitcoin, a Breach at Sally Beauty and Facebook Clickjacking: Security News Update

It was a crazy week, with the secretive Bitcoin creator supposedly outed, details of 280,000+ payment cards tied to Sally Beauty purchases discovered for sale online and a new Facebook clickjacking campaign that preys on the curious, so let’s get down to it shall we? Here are your weeks biggest security stories: 

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Your Weekly Security Wrap-Up: Yahoo, Sears, YouTube & More

Yahoo’s in the news again with a new vulnerability (now fixed) and a starring role, unknown to them, in the Brit’s surveillance methods. With Sears possibly facing another breach and a cache of 360 million user credentials found for sale on the black market, there’s a lot to know about so take a few minutes

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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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