ILOVEYOU

Type: Keyphrase
Name: ILOVEYOU
First reported Sep 18 2014 - Updated Sep 19 2014 - 1 reports

BARBARIANS at the PASSWORD GATE

Unfortunately, all of these sites have been "cracked" by hackers who exposed passwords and other personal information from thousands of users. If you haven't had your password hijacked, it's really just a matter of time.Today you need to remember or store ... [Published Entrepreneur Country - Sep 18 2014]
First reported Sep 18 2014 - Updated Sep 18 2014 - 1 reports

Did you fake your password?

It’s an evergreen news story in the tech world: the top 25 idiotic passwords we use. Every tech magazine reports it and trumpets our global stupidity in the face of hackers. The articles usually beseech us to think about security, to batten down our ... [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Sep 18 2014]
First reported Sep 16 2014 - Updated Sep 17 2014 - 1 reports

Visual Basic Malware Continues Resurgence

What's old is new again.In a follow-up to a report earlier this year on the reappearance of visual basic code in malicious documents, researchers at Sophos have found that the trend has not only continued - it's increased.According to new research, Sophos' ... [Published Security Week - Sep 16 2014]
First reported Jul 14 2014 - Updated Jul 14 2014 - 1 reports

Common passwords inspire uncommon dress

Lorrie Cranor models her famous Password dress in front of the “Security Blanket” quilt. Weak passwords make for creative design. If you use 123456 or password as your password, you may as well wear it for all to see. It’s THAT easy to crack. To ... [Published avast! blog - Jul 14 2014]
First reported May 23 2014 - Updated May 23 2014 - 1 reports

eBay breach news: Posted data dump not valid, password reset issues

As the 145 million people affected by the security breach at online giant eBay get used to the idea that their personal information may be “out there” and their passwords need to be changed, we wanted to update yesterday’s coverage of the story. Data ... [Published We Live Security - May 23 2014]
Entities: eBay Inc, Breach, PayPal
First reported May 13 2014 - Updated May 13 2014 - 2 reports

Stacy Keibler Celebrates Mother’s Day with Baby Bump Photo

[ Life ]Stacy Keibler is showing off her baby bump again , this time in celebration of what she’s calling her first Mother’s Day.The actress, model, and former professional wrestler posted a photo on Instagram, captioning it “Can’t wait to spend next ... [Published WebProNews - May 13 2014]
First reported May 06 2014 - Updated May 06 2014 - 1 reports

How Computer Viruses Get Their Names

REUTERS/Mal LangsdonHeartbleed, Melissa, Klez, Nimda, and Sasser. All of these innocent sounding words could ruin your computer, steal your information and impact your digital life forever. These computer viruses and system vulnerabilities are the best ... [Published The Atlantic Wire - May 06 2014]
First reported Apr 25 2014 - Updated Apr 25 2014 - 1 reports

Three Things We Have Learned From the Heartbleed Fiasco

The dust has at least begun to settle around the Heartbleed bug . The news cycle has spun forward, passwords have been updated, patches have been created and a million articles and blogs have been written. While we are inevitably doomed to repeat this ... [Published Yahoo! News - Apr 25 2014]

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...Chace Hatcher, Diamond Fortress CEO, says "DFT's highly accurate, easy to use, fingerprint solution, Onyx, utilizes a mobile device's existing hardware, the rear-facing camera, which allows it to be deployed to virtually all mobile devices. By combining Onyx with Swivel Secure's extremely secure tokenless platform solution, users and enterprises can be assured they have the most advanced multi-factor authentication available in one easy to implement and use system."
"Document-based malware is commonly circulated in spam where the attached document is often inconsistent with the email content," he added. "For example an email claiming to be concerned with a court appearance with an attachment claiming to be an invoice. Utilizing encryption means spammers can make use of the same…trick in multiple spam campaigns regardless of context. Masquerading as an AV vendor only serves to make the document appear more genuine and lures the user into a false sense of security that the document is probably not malicious."
...Ossi Herrala, a system administrator at Codenomicon (the company which found the bug) came up with the name. Vocativ reported  that Herrala,  "thought it was fitting to call it Heartbleed because it was bleeding out the important information from the memory.” Because Heartbleed was such a terrible bug — security expert  Bruce Schneier"

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BARBARIANS at the PASSWORD GATE [Published Entrepreneur Country - Sep 18 2014]
Did you fake your password? [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Sep 18 2014]
Visual Basic Malware Continues Resurgence [Published Security Week - Sep 16 2014]
Common passwords inspire uncommon dress [Published avast! blog - Jul 14 2014]
eBay breach news: Posted data dump not valid, p... [Published We Live Security - May 23 2014]
Stacy Keibler Celebrates Mother’s Day with Baby... [Published WebProNews - May 13 2014]
Stacy Keibler Celebrates Mother’s Day with Baby... [Published WebProNews Feed - May 13 2014]
How Computer Viruses Get Their Names [Published The Atlantic Wire - May 06 2014]
Three Things We Have Learned From the Heartblee... [Published Yahoo! News - Apr 25 2014]
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Did you fake your password? [Published Sciencebase Science Blog - Sep 18 2014]
It’s an evergreen news story in the tech world: the top 25 idiotic passwords we use. Every tech magazine reports it and trumpets our global stupidity in the face of hackers. The articles usually beseech us to think about security, to batten down our ...
Common passwords inspire uncommon dress [Published avast! blog - Jul 14 2014]
Lorrie Cranor models her famous Password dress in front of the “Security Blanket” quilt. Weak passwords make for creative design. If you use 123456 or password as your password, you may as well wear it for all to see. It’s THAT easy to crack. To ...
eBay breach news: Posted data dump not valid, p... [Published We Live Security - May 23 2014]
As the 145 million people affected by the security breach at online giant eBay get used to the idea that their personal information may be “out there” and their passwords need to be changed, we wanted to update yesterday’s coverage of the story. Data ...
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