Tag: Syria

Forbes Hacked By SEA; WordPress Vulnerabilities Exploited

As the Syrian Civil War rages on, cybercrime activity emerging from the troubled state is reaching monstrous proportions. Syrian president Bashar al-Assad may be losing hold on his people, but his loyal hacker-team is continuing to wreak havoc worldwide and exploit numerous high-profile websites and social media accounts. Forbes is the latest victim of the

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Crowdfunding Kickstarter Gets Hacked & Other Security Stories This Week

This week, Kickstarter suffered its’ first major breach with minor consequences, Target’s back in the ring with new reports indicating missed warnings from analysts about the payment systems, the Syrian Electronic Army strikes again, this time hitting Forbes, Internet Explorer suffered critical zero-day exploits and more. Before the next week full of security scares rolls

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Facebook Almost Hacked By The SEA: “Happy Birthday, Mark!”

The notorious hacker group Syrian Electronic Army (SEA) is stirring up trouble again, this time with Facebook. Overnight, the group claimed to pwn the Facebook.com domain, posting a screenshot of the WHOIS info on its Twitter. ‘Happy Birthday Mark,’ the tweet taunted, referring to Facebook’s recent 10th birthday. The registrant data indeed reflected that the

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What’s HOT in Application Security Vol #38

Hacking Group ‘Anonymous’ attacks Syrian Government websites In Response To Syrian Internal Internet Blackout In response to a Syrian government move which has closed all fax, phone and Internet lines coming out of the troubled country, the hacking group ‘Anonymous’ started last Friday to attack and shut down government and affiliated pro-Syrian websites.

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