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Security Sense: Have You Ever Practiced Being Breached?

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

I’ve noticed some pretty worrying trends lately in the way organisations handle security incidents. There’s actually two discrete things here and I want to call them out separately then talk about a recent positive experience: Firstly, there’s the coverup of data breaches. There’s really no way to sugar-coat that term…

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Hackers marketing the ‘most sophisticated’ Mac malware ever

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Hackers marketing the ‘most sophisticated’ Mac malware ever

Hackers with their targets set on devices running Apple’s MacOS are selling access to new, sophisticated attacks that can infect machines and hold them for ransom. The attacks, which include a malware-as-a-service (MaaS) known as MacSpy and a ransomware-as-a-service called MacRansom —both of which attackers can purchase use of to…

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Ever re-use your passwords? You’re a hacker’s dream

Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Ever re-use your passwords? You’re a hacker’s dream

With so much of life lived online, it can be hard to remember passwords for every app and platform you’re on, but re-using them is putting people at an ever-increasing risk of being hacked. The recent data breach of food and restaurant search engine Zomato saw hackers steal 17 million…

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Is it ever okay to date your child’s head teacher?

A single mum says she was left feeling “a bit ill” after discovering that her new boyfriend is her son’s head teacher. She said she’d been “texting constantly” with her new man, going on three “amazing dates” and kissing before discovering that he runs the school that her son attends. She told Mumsnet: “Actually imagining my mum was going out with my old head teacher is making me feel a bit ill. I’VE HAD MY TOUNGE IN HIS MOUTH! Read More….

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Will Apple ever answer its iPhone security questions?

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Source: National Cyber Security – Produced By Gregory Evans

Will Apple ever answer its iPhone security questions?

Some people simply have to have the latest phone – teenagers, techno-hipsters, app developers, those utterly devoted to tasting every Apple product. Even some in law enforcement or those intent on keeping secrets (looking at you, Hillary Clinton).
So when

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Gay Children Need Your Love More Than Ever Before

If the Orlando shooting happened when I was still in the closet, I’d be scared to come out because I’d think I could be the victim of a gay hate crime.

My biggest fear of coming out was getting bullied and harassed by peers and other homophobic people.

I was lucky enough to be raised by accepting parents but I know that’s not the case for everyone.

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If you suspect your child is gay, it’s never been more important to nurture and love them more than you’ve ever loved them before.

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In A Lot Of Ways, Schools Are Safer Than Ever

As schools have taken steps to beef up their security measures, violence in schools has taken a dive. 

The latest school safety numbers from the Department of Education, released Wednesday, show that schools have overall become safer places. While the data, which presents the most recent national indicators on school crime and safety, shows a slight uptick in violent deaths at school, it also shows that bullying and nonfatal crimes have greatly decreased.

At the same time, the numbers show a huge increase in terms of school security measures and training over the years. In the 1999-2000 school year, only 19 percent of public schools reported using security cameras.

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Happily Ever After: 10 Steps to Find Yours and Keep It

The “happily ever after”s you find in fairy tales don’t always play as smoothly in real life. But we’ve got 10 ways to work around that. “The girl who reads such fiction, dreaming her troubles will end ere she departs the altar is well advised to seek at once a rational woman to set her straight. Read More….

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Most Sophisticated Android Bootkit Malware ever Detected; Infected Millions of Devices

Hardly two month ago we reported about the first widely spread Android Bootkit malware, dubbed as ‘Oldboot.A‘, which infected more than 500,000 Smartphone users worldwide with Android operating system in last eight months, especially in China.Oldboot is a piece of Android malware that’s designed to re-infect Mobile devices even after a thorough cleanup. It resides in the memory of infected devices;  It modify the devices’ boot partition and booting script file to launch system service and extract malicious application during the early stage of system’s booting.Yet another alarming report about Oldboot malware has been released by the Chinese Security Researchers from ‘360 Mobile Security’. They have discovered a new variant of the Oldboot family, dubbed as ‘Oldboot.B‘, designed exactly as Oldboot.A, but new variant has advance stealth techniques. Especially, the defense against with antivirus software, malware analyzer, and automatic analysis tools. “The Oldboot Trojan family is the most significant demonstration of this trend.” researchers said.Oldboot.B, Android Bootkit malware has following abilities:It can install malicious apps silently in the background.It can inject malicious modules into system process.Prevent malware apps from uninstalling.Oldboot.B can modify the browser’s homepage.It has ability to uninstall or disable installed Mobile Antivirus softwares.

 

INFECTION & INSTALLING MORE MALWARE APPSOnce an Android device is infected by Oldboot.B trojan, it will listen to the socket continuously and receive and execute commands received from the attacker’s command-and-control server.Malware has some hidden ELF binaries, that includes steganographically encrypted strings, executable codes and configuration file downloaded from C&C server, located at az.o65.org (IP is 61.160.248.67).After installation, Oldboot Trojan install lots of other malicious android applications or games in the infected device, which are not manually installed by the user.

Source: http://whogothack.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/most-sophisticated-android-bootkit.html#.VmHrflUrLIU

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15 Subtle Ways to Make a Man Want You More Than Ever

Want to attract the man of your dreams, yet afraid of appearing desperate? Subtlety is key! Here are 15 tactics to make him want you in no time! It’s tough being a girl. Even in modern times, you simply can’t be the one courting the guy. Read More….

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